We have lots of half-used sticker sheets (ahem...Martha Stewart Crafts sticker sheets) around the office. I still love playing with stickers as much as I did as a kid. Today I used some of our stash to make a couple of tiny wreaths. Because they’re self-adhesive, it was a super easy and fast craft.
A flower wreath...trying to feel Springy on a grey New York day!
To make a little wreathform, I took a bowl and traced it onto chipboard. Mine is about 3/8" wide and 4 3/4" in diameter. I eyeballed the inner cut--it's getting covered up anyway--but you can trace a slightly smaller bowl for the inner circle if you prefer.
I cut the sticker sheets up but left the stickers on their clear plastic backing so I could arrange them before I stuck them down.
After I adhered the stickers, I covered the exposed sticky parts with a little tape.
Because it was well taped together, I could snip away at some of the chipboard that was showing through.
These are the butterfly stickers that I used. After I finished, I made a ribbon loop to hang them, sliding it between the stickers to hide the ribbon in the front. (see above pic's)
I used a stickers from four different sheets: red-pink dahlias, pink cosmos, daisy wreath and hydrangeas...but I had lots leftover!
What do you do with all the fun stickers that you have?