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Did you have a #sticker collection as a kid? #StickerYou

August 5, 2015

Home Make+Print from StickerYou As a kid I used to have a sticker collection. Most of my stickers were Lisa Frank Stickers, and other girly things, but I always wanted to make my own stickers. I don't collect stickers anymore, but I still use them. I don't  have any use for those cute kid stickers but my business needs bumper stickers, I need promo stickers, and more! Now I don't just want to make my own stickers, I need to, and StickerYou lets me do just that!

The specialized StickerYou glossy sticker templates (8.5" x 11" in size) come ready for printing in your inkjet printer. They are available for purchase at place like Hobby Lobby, Mastermind and Scholar's Choice. 

The specialized StickerYou glossy sticker templates (8.5 x 11 in size) come ready for printing in your inkjet printer. They are available for purchase at place like Hobby Lobby, Mastermind and Scholars Choice.StickerYou has created a platform where you can easily make your own custom stickers using their Make+Print software: name stickers, labels, or create with your favorite licensed character, or upload any photo or image. The StickerYou Sticker Maker provides text, colors and special effects to make incredible personalized stickers for any use.

You can then insert and print the blank removable sticker pages from this package on any inkjet printer and print YOUR creations! I received a package of our new Home Make+Print stickers in exchange for sharing my honest opinion about what I thought about them. I LOVED THEM, but I still like designing them on the SickerYou webpage, ordering them, making them print and mail them to me. I know this is a cheaper alternative, and I'd use it again in a pinch, but their webpage has better quality.

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