Stickers are one of those things you either love or hate. Stickers are actually super easy to use and can be a fun and quick way to add interest to a project. I think perhaps stickers got a bad name for themselves at the beginning of scrapbooking when many people added them willy-nilly all over the page. The sticker-sneeze look.
Mondays are product focus day on the Lily Bee Design blog and I’ve created a layout for today’s Focus on Stickers post.
One thing I really like to do with stickers is to sand their edges. Distressing them in this way just seems to make them work better on my designs.
For this layout, I’ve clustered quite a few of the stickers together as embellishments. Some are stapled and others are adhered to punched circles to add dimension to my page.
To accent my journaling, I’ve used a few of the stamps from the Picket Fence line stamp set.
Supplies: kraft cardstock by Bazzill, Oatmeal Patterned Paper from Stationary Line by Lily Bee Design, Al Frescho & Fresh Air patterned papers from Picket Fence line by Lily Bee Design, Picket Fence stamps by Lily Bee Design, Thickers by American Crafts, circle punches, sanding block by Advantus, White Doily Transparency by Maya Road, rick rack, Tiny Attacher by Tim Holtz, rhinestones by MME, Tumbled Glass Distress Ink by Ranger, Edge Punch by Martha Stewart, Kraft Ticket by Maya Road
Looking for a few more sticker ideas? Why not stop by the Lily Bee Blog today and check them out?