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Thread: Using Your Created Stickers in the Spray Tool

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    Using Your Created Stickers in the Spray Tool

    I had been asked by Ulla how to use your own created stickers in the spray tool. I thought this was the better area to explain what I do.

    I hope this is helpful.

    1. Click on the spray tool selection. Don't open it

    2. Click on the settings pod.

    3. Click on the group selector.

    4. Select your sticker.
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    Thanks a lot!

    Thanks so much for taking the time to explain how you did it. Yes, it definitely is helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbi View Post
    I had been asked by Ulla how to use your own created stickers in the spray tool. I thought this was the better area to explain what I do.

    I hope this is helpful.

    1. Click on the spray tool selection. Don't open it

    2. Click on the settings pod.

    3. Click on the group selector.

    4. Select your sticker.
    How does one create a new sticker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ButtercupSaiyan View Post
    How does one create a new sticker?
    Here's a written tutorial on it: LINK

    And here's a couple of videos on it: LINK 1 - LINK 2
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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