Thursday, September 29, 2011

Print Your Own Stickers at Home (Review)

 I can remember having a huge sticker collection as a kid, now my kids are doing the same.  Especially my daughter. They have stickers on their toy box, on their bedroom walls, notebooks and even sticker books filled from front to back! I can't even begin to name what types or how many stickers they have all together.

Imagine how fun it would be to make you own stickers at home!  Well, now you can...

StickerYou stickers are waterproof and removable. Use them indoors and outdoors, over and over again! From stickers to address labels to bumper stickers!

StickerYou offers the ultimate freedom for anyone looking to create stickers with our free form die-cut sticker printing. Whether you're using our art and brands, or uploading your own images, each sticker looks awesome!

Perfect party favors or gift tags and are a great way to advertise an event, business or blog!

I love the fact that they are durable, not that those thin stickers that rip in half at the slightest touch.  You can choose to have one sheet full of the same sticker or a sheet with a variety of stickers. The choice is yours. The only issue will be making the decision of which stickers to create, which proved to be difficult for me!

You can purchase Home Make+Print products at Hobby Lobby in the USA and Mastermind and Scholar's Choice in Canada.

Product Description

You can now Make+Print your own stickers! By going to you can easily use the 'Sticker Maker' (no software required) to make your stickers. Make your own name stickers, labels, or create with your favorite licensed character, or upload any photo or image. The 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. Each package comes with glossy sticker page templates (8.5" x 11" in size) for printing.

**I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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