DIY Sticker Sheets
Things have been so crazy this summer I feel like I'm never going to get ahead! I've got a backlog of projects to share with you, hopefully before they're outdated. My laptop is slowly crashing so I'm taking a big leap and switching to a Mac; it should be here this week-wish me luck in getting used to it. Um, it is officially July which means we'll be starting up our homeschool in just a couple weeks...go ahead, ask me if I've graded all of last year's work.
I know it's cliche but time is really flying by, the only bright side is that we're that much closer to vacation time! I'm loving everyone's pictures on social media and I absolutely can't wait to hit the beach. This will be the first time our youngest three have been to the ocean, not that I expect the 18 month old to remember it. Still, I'm trying to come up with ways to make it a special trip for our eight and ten year olds.
They both love to draw and journal so I'm planning on bringing them each a blank book to fill with their creative endeavors. To get them started I made these summer fun sticker sheets using PSA Essentials Peel & Stick Stamps.
To make a set of your own stickers all you need are
- a number of colored ink pads
- a PSA Essentials Stamper
- the Anchor's Away and Life's a Beach Peel & Stick Stamp sets
- label paper sheets
- Stamp Centering Block
I cut a sheet of label paper in half and let the kids pick their stamps and colors. If you don't have a lot of ink pads another idea would be to stamp them all in black and use markers to color them in. Things might have gotten messy.
We plan on simply cutting out our stickers but if you want you could always use a paper punch to give them each a unique shape.
It's a simple enough project but it'll be a perfect addition to the pictures and memories that'll *hopefully* fill these pages!