Mom in Training: - Make Stickers at Home

October 12, 2011 - Make Stickers at Home

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. 
These are awesome! Now I have a way to make custom name badges for church events, stickers to label tubs for storage, and stickers of my kids favorite characters. If you're kids are like mine they think just because they see something, like a picture online of their favorite character or toy it should be available in any way they want it to be. Well, if they are wanting it to be a sticker than you are in luck.  With the Make+Print kit you can make your own stickers at home, and you don't even have to install any software.  This to me is a big plus in itself. I hate installing software that takes up my precious hard drive space. You simply log onto, use the sticker maker to layout your stickers, then insert a blank sticker page and print! 3 simple and easy to follow steps.

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Buy it: Currently available in Hobby Lobby in the USA; Mastermind and Scholar's Choice in Canada.

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1 comment:

  1. ah neat! i love stickers! i wonder what the image quality would be as an outcome of these. definitely something i'll be looking into!


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