How do you make a sticker collection book?

How do you make a sticker collection book?

Steps to Make your Sticker Book

  1. Step 1: Make the Cover. Choose a pretty piece of scrapbook paper and cut it in half so that it’s 6 X 12.
  2. Step 2: Make the inside wax paper pages.
  3. Step 3: Cut the pages.
  4. Step 4: Bind the Book.
  5. Step 5: Fill in those sticker books and decorate the covers.

How do you store sticker sheets?

Page protectors keep sticker sheets safe and flat. Dividers make organizing by category or shop easy. Decent size to carry around – any bag that fits your planner, can fit a mini binder….

  1. Easy to store.
  2. Travel friendly.
  3. Customizable covers.
  4. Relatively cheap and easy to find.
  5. Protects sticker sheets and keeps them flat.

How do I organize my scrapbook stickers?

Scrapbook Sticker storage: Organize Your Stickers In 6 Easy Steps

  1. Organize Scrapbook Stickers by Theme or Occasion.
  2. Keep Sticker Binders Organized.
  3. Use File Folders.
  4. Have Racks for Sticker Rolls.
  5. Keep Mason Jars with Loose Stickers.
  6. Organize Scrapbook Stickers with Matching Paper and/or Embellishments.

How do you keep your stickers flat?

Make sure the surface is clean and dry before applying stickers. You can use a hairdryer to easily remove stickers from bricks. Another option may to be store them inbetween the pages of a heavy book. This would have the advantage of keeping them flat, as well as cool and dry.

What can I use as a sticker book?

Some options are release paper, silicone-coated paper, or wax-coated paper. You can, of course, buy these types of specific paper for your sticker book, but you can also get creative and use any waxy paper you can find around the house. For example, you can use the waxy back sheets from office labels.

Can you make stickers reusable?

Instructions: Turn your images upside down and spread just a little glue on the back of each of them, then-and here’s the trick!- let that glue dry completely, generally for about a day. After the glue on the backs of the stickers has dried completely, they’re ready to use!