Everything gets very hectic this time of year, so this blog post is designed to give you a little inspiration (and at the same time save you time and money!) Melinda, our resident creative genius, rose to the challenge to discover ways that our holiday sticker collection could be used around the home and under the tree. As you can see from the photos below, she did a fabulous job! The holiday stickers come on and off so there’s no right or wrong way – AND it’s something your kids can create without glue, tape or scissors! Remember, we are offering a free holiday sticker pack with every on-line order OR you can also purchase just the stickers for $5.00 each by following this link (not recommended for children under the age of 3).
Turn any object into a fun Persona face! For snowman lovers, we took a simple white ornament and dressed it up with the Snowman Stan stickers. A smooth surface works best, but we opted for the glitter ornament so Melinda added a little glue to make it stay (ornament from Garden Ridge Pottery).
To compliment the many ways to use the stickers for gift wrapping, we created a matching gift card and hang tag with a fun, festive design. See below to download the free printable. Turn your everyday pitcher into a holiday favorite! We used our Northpole Nick stickers on a white pitcher from Bed, Bath & Beyond for a very merry look. Then after Christmas, just peel the stickers back off. For that very special Girlfriend Gift, just add the Mistletoe Molly stickers and a bow to a simple white gift bag to really jazz things up.
LOVE this idea - forget the gift wrap and opt for this easy and stylish option. Take any white shirt box or gift box, peel and stick the Snowladie Sadie stickers and then tie on a simple felt or fabric strip for a scarf. Cut the ends to add a little fringe for a stand-out gift presentation.
Here’s the entire ensemble – we would love to hear your ideas about ways to use the stickers – just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to download our free gift tag printables, click here. Wishing you a fun-filled holiday!
Also linked up with BLUE CRICKET Design’s Blog ~ http://www.bluecricketdesign.net/2011/12/4868.html .