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Make Your Own Lick-and-Stick Stickers

11 August 2013 3,549 views 3 Comments

by carissa

how to make stickers

While I may not see them on store shelves anymore, I do have some fond memories of lick-and-stick stickers from childhood - especially the flavored ones! I didn't know it was possible to make your own until I saw this great tutorial from our own Heather over on Home Made Simple. Using this technique, you can transform any paper - from old maps to scrapbook paper - into a sticker. You could even use this technique to make lickable edges on homemade envelopes. [how to make your own stickers]

Project estimate:

  • Gelatin, $1 and up
  • Bowl, on hand
  • Water, on hand
  • Paper, on hand
  • Scissors, on hand
  • Paintbrush, on hand
  • Spoon, on hand

Total: $1 and up

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3 Comments »

  • juy ann bishop said:

    I GUESS STICKERS AREN’T AROUND MUCH ANYMORE, BECAUSE PEOPLE WERE PUTTING LSD, ETC. ON THEM, AND WERE SELLING THEM TO SCHOOL CHILDREN YEARS AGO. THEY LICKED THE STICKERS, AND TOOK IN THE DRUG, AND IT WOULD GET THEM SICK, OR HOOKED, OR OTHERWISE.

  • Joy said:

    Unfortunately that link no longer works. :( I got “Page Not Found”, with the following message on the page:

    “A Message From Home Made Simple

    Thank you for your interest in Home Made Simple. We’re sorry for the inconvenience, but the article you are looking for is no longer available. To continue searching the newly redesigned website for simple solutions, special offers, and helpful tips, please click here. We’re sure you’ll find something to help you create the home you love to live in!”

  • carissa (author) said:

    Oh no! I just tried it and it is working now. Trying going directly through this link: http://mvb.me/s/eb97ee

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