DIY Stickers!

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Hey Everyone,

So in my last post I mentioned that I had made DIY stickers and a lot of you wanted me to do a post on how to make them. So I’ll be showing you how to make DIY stickers today!

Stickers are super popular right now. You can put them on water bottles, laptops, phone cases, and inside letters. Pretty much everything. But they can be pretty expensive, so these are a great option if you don’t want to spend the money on them!

*this is my first tutorial post so bare with me😂*

 

Supplies

You will need:

. A piece *or more* of paper

. Thick tap *and I mean the one in which you use to tap boxes up*

. Parchment paper or wax paper

. Markers, pens, pencils

. Scissors

 

How To Make Them

Step 1:

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Draw out pictures on pieces of paper and cut a square around them

If you are not very artistic or you just want your images to look clean you can easily just print out pictures from your computer.

 

Step 2:

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Next take your scissors and cut around them. There are 3 ways you can do this. 1) leave a white outline of the image 2) cute a square around it 3) cut right up to the image

I did all 3 so you can see the options

 

Step 3:

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Take your sheet of parchment paper and lay down tap so that they over- lap each other

 

Step 4:

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Next take your images, put them on the tapped part of parchment and place tap over them over lapping again.

*This next part is REALLY important*

Once you have tapped the images down. Take something hard and press down and rub on top of the images and then flip it over to the back of the parchment! This will make sure that they stick to surfaces!

 

Step 5:

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Then just cut around the image with your scissors and then your done! They’re cute and easy!

And just a reminder these aren’t going to be perfect. They won’t stick to surfaces forever like normal stickers but they’re still so fun and worth the time!

I hope you enjoyed this post! Let me know if you want to see more tutorials like this in the future! And hopefully my pictures will be better quality!😂

Have you made DIY stickers before? Let me know in the comments!

Love,

Ainsley

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