St. Nicholas Sticker Ornaments
Eight designs—print an assortment or select just one. Easy way to make a St. Nicholas tree!
- Avery Glossy White Print-to-the-Edge Round Labels (#22807), available from amazon.com.
This glossy sticker paper makes professional quality stickers; package of 10 sheets makes 120 stickers.
- You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to print the PDF files.
See printing tips below.
- Cardstock or other crisp craft paper, in desired colors
- Perle cotton or other cord, 10-inch lengths
- Color Ink Jet printer
- Scalloped or plain circle 2½ or 3-inch punch
EK Success Paper Shapers X-Large Nesting Punch, Scalloped, 3-inch - Available from amazon.com.
Uchida Clever Lever Giga Craft Punch, Circle, 3-inch - Available from amazon.com.
Uchida Clever Lever Mega Craft Punch, Scalloped Circle, 2½-inch - Available from amazon.com.
- 1/8-inch punch
Fiskars Hand Punch, 1/8-Inch - Available from amazon.com.
- Choose PDF file, below, to print; open file
- For best results set printer properties to “Best print quality” and “Bright White paper”
- Print PDF file on sticker sheet; stickers will print a scant 1/8-inch beyond sticker edge, making a “print-to-the-edge” sticker
- Punch out craft paper circles, plain or scalloped, one for each ornament
- Center sticker on circle
- Punch hole for loop to hang ornament
- Double cord, forming loop; push loop through punched hole on front of ornament; thread ends through loop; pull into place; make slip knot in ends, trim (ornament will hang facing forward)
Tips for accurate PDF printing:
For Adobe Reader 7.0
In the Adobe Print dialog box, check these boxes:
For Adobe Reader 8.0
If you are having trouble printing, try clicking on “Advanced” then “Print as Image.”
For older versions
In the Adobe Print dialog box, make sure the boxes for Shrink oversized pages to paper size and Expand small pages to paper size are NOT checked. (In some versions the option is Page Scaling: NONE, click to find Fit to pages and Shrink large pages.)
• If you’re having trouble downloading the file, right-click on the image and choose “Save target as…” to save it. Then open the PDF with Acrobat Reader and print it following the above tips.