These cute diy stickers are so easy to make. You could work with your own drawings or choose a printable from HungryJpeg. I used the Forest Friends clip art for my stickers. Keep you eyes peeled for the freebie of the week, from
These cute diy stickers are so easy to make. You could work with your own drawings or choose a printable from HungryJpeg. I used the Forest Friends clip art for my stickers. Keep you eyes peeled for the freebie of the week, from HungryJpeg to grab some cute printables for free.
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After printing out the images on regular copy paper, I fussy cut around each image. Using some protective paper, packing tape, and glue I easily made them into my own stickers. Watch the video tutorial below to see how easy it really is.
Trying alcohol ink on silver metallic looking stickers from the Dollar Tree.
Alcohol inks are very fun to create with. They interact with each other in interesting ways creating different results each time. They work on most non-porous surfaces so when I saw these metallic-looking stickers at the Dollar Tree, I knew I wanted to try alcohol ink on them.
Metallic stickers come in silver, gold, and bronze colors. I chose the silver thinking it would work best with the inks.
First I tried dropping the ink onto the sticker, the next one I tried applying the ink with a cotton swab, and on the last sticker, I switched to acrylic paint markers. Each process gave a different result. The video tutorial below will take you through each process.
I think the first and last version gave the best results. While the stickers appeared metallic in the package and once removed appeared more like plastic either surface should work. The alcohol ink didn’t work as well as I expected. The acrylic paint markers gave great coverage but lost the metallic quality of the original sticker. In summation, the plastic mailing envelope I used as a protective work surface actually had the best results from the alcohol ink being applied to it. So now I have another project to work on!
This illustrated Bible makes for a beautiful gift for girls.
I am so happy to review this great Bible gift. It is appropriate for girls age 8 – 12. If you know a girl like my daughters, it is easier for them to listen and follow along in church if they are doodling or coloring. Now they can do so with an even more focused purpose.
Beautiful Bible, sticker sheets, and coloring pencil
Included are pencils to color, blend, and shade the detailed line art surrounding hundreds of inspiring verses.
A cherished keepsake, full of personalized creative expressions of faith.
Over 600 verses illustrated in ready-to-color line art
Many thanks to Telling Ministries LLC and HCCP for providing this product/product information for review. Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.
These basic planner stickers are printable and also work with Cricut print and cut. The file is a PNG with a transparent background. Print to sticker paper and then have your personal cutting machine cut around the edges. The shapes are simple enough that you can also cut by hand if you don’t have the ability for a machine to cut them. Download the file here:
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