Thursday, September 8, 2011
0 StickerYou Review
You might remember my review of StickerYou, where they sent me a sheet of custom made stickers. They make it so easy to create and have so many designs to choose from. Now they've went one step further. StickerYou has an at-home kit where you can make your own stickers and print them out yourself.
The sticker kit contains 40 rectangle glossy stickers that will work with your home printer.
Go online and make your own sticker designs at StickerYou.com. (no special software required. It is all done from their site) The package contains a code that you enter on the site for access. You can use their images, create your own, upload your own, or take one of theirs and modify it. You can change the font, size, coloring, etc. There really is so many options.
Once you've created your works of art, you just put the sticker sheet into the printer and print it out.
This is a huge hit with the kids! My 8 year old and my 12 year old can't wait to try theirs out.
School is back in session, which means folders, binders, pencil cases, and other school supplies that are naked and in need of stickering. While my kids were making theirs, that is exactly what they had in mind.
My first thought when these came in the mail was that the kids would have so much fun with them. Now that I've been playing with them, I'm having so many more ideas. If you wanted some custom stickers for invitations, or have a business logo and wanted to make a custom sticker with it, here's your way to do it. You have complete control over what you are making and the end result. You can also make labels to use in the kitchen, couponing, for school items, storage bins, etc.
Have I stressed that there is so much you can do with them?! I'm just as excited as the kids are about them. Now I just have to watch out that the kids aren't putting stickers on things they shouldn't.
Get Social! Check them out:
Main URL: www.stickeryou.com
Twitter page: @stickeryou
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/stickeryou
You can purchase Home Make+Print products at Hobby Lobby in the USA
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Posted by Tiffany Christie at 12:48 PM