How To: Sticker Book

If you’re like me, you’re an adult woman who owns a LOT of stickers. And if you’re like me, you are in a constant churning process of getting rid of “trash”. The problem of these two simultaneous occurring things is that you possess a lot of mostly empty sticker sheets that should go in to the trash, except there is that ONE sticker on it that you want to keep. This is a problem – especially with my current sticker storage set up.

My solution is to get a sticker book. And you can find them on Amazon and that’s just dandy. Or, you can raid your craft supplies and DIY that mofo.

Basically, all you need is contact paper and some sort of blank book or construction paper you want to use for your sticker book. I am using those books you can find in the Target dollar spot. These also work really well. And scissors, unless you can Jedi mind cut your paper.

I filmed a tutorial to show you exactly how I do.

A few things to note:

  • You could use laminated pages, but the won’t bend as much and will make it harder to get the stickers off.
  • Both wet and dry erase markers work on contact paper, which makes it easier to label and relabel as your needs change.
  • Acrylic nails make any kind of fine motor work eleventy-billion times harder.

Give it a go and tag me with your results!







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