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Make Your Own Stickers

Making your own stickers is quick and easy!

It's easy to make your own stickers using sticker paper - Avery makes a good one - and your computer. Pull up your favorite clip art, download images or use your digital photos to layout a page. Using an ink jet printer, print the images on to your sticker paper and allow them to dry. Cut them apart and pull off the backing when ready to use.

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This is perhaps the easiest way to make stickers, but it also pricey. I make small stickers by using the Xyron 150 sticker maker, and I make larger stickers by putting double-stick tape on the back of the image, mounting it on freezer paper or leftover empty label sheets, and then putting them in a 4x6 photo journal. I make hundreds of stickers this way, and sell sticker books at my church for charity.

We turn our 4 year old's stickers into magnets by using strips of magnets with adhesive backs to them. They are available at Walmart in the Stationary Dept.

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