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Make Your Own Sticker Saying Sheets and Tags

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So I’m carrying some new stickers sheets in my shop, solid sheets, and tag sheets. With the solid sheets, my first thought was to make my own sticker phrase sheet, sometimes you want a certain saying or phrase that you just can’t find anywhere else. Or the premade ones come with phrases’ and sayings’ that you will never use. When you make your own, you get to have everything you will use in fonts and sizes that work for your projects.

First I printed coffee dyed paper on the full size sticker sheet so I would have a nice base for my words and sayings. You can use whatever background that fits your word needs. The best part is you can use whatever font you want, to give whatever image you want to your words. I had some fun playing the fonts. Another nice thing about making your own, you can make them any size you want, you are not limited to the sizes on the premade ones. If you don’t fill up the page with words, you can save the rest of the sheet to use with your punches for stickers, or run it through your cricut for stickers.

For the tag sheet, I printed it with a tear sheet from my shop. I’ll admit it, I ran them through the printer upside down. I’m going to own my mistake and still use them, why waste ink. These are super easy to make into a journal insert. You can also give a unique background for Christmas or birthday present tags.

I just stuck them on a blank guest check so there would be lines for journaling on the back of the tag and trimmed around them. They make for a cute, fast, and easy project. Cute, fast, and easy are my 3 favorite words in any project.

I just added one of my words from the sticker sheet and a butterfly I had in my stash. Quick and cute journaling spot!

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