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How to Make Stickers with Only Two Ingredients!

If you are wondering how to make stickers, you can do it with just two ingredients. You probably have the supplies in your house already!

Skills Required: None. This is one of those easy crafts for kids you’re going to enjoy as an adult, too. These stickers aren’t extremely sticky but they are extremely fun!

How to Make Stickers with Only Two Ingredients!

It’s Cheryl from a pretty cool life with a simple tutorial that you’re going to enjoy – how to make stickers with some simple household items.

Did you know you can easily make stickers with just two ingredients, including Mod Podge?

You probably have the supplies in your house already! Kids are going to love this craft, so grab some origami paper and try this one today. It’s a perfect summer craft for kids.

Bottle of Mod Podge and origami paper

Homemade Stickers

You’ll need:

  • Mod Podge Satin
  • white vinegar
  • origami or thin {single sided} scrapbook paper
  • paint brush {the wider, the better}
  • craft punches or sharp detail scissors

Start by mixing equal parts vinegar and Mod Podge in a small bowl. I used about a quarter cup of each and had plenty.

If you are wondering how to make stickers, you can do it with just two ingredients. You probably have the supplies in your house already!

Using a brush, apply the mixture sparingly to the back of the paper. Let dry completely and repeat a second time.

If you are wondering how to make stickers, you can do it with just two ingredients. You probably have the supplies in your house already!

After the paper has dried a second time, use a craft punch or scissors to cut the designs of your choice.

If you are wondering how to make stickers, you can do it with just two ingredients. You probably have the supplies in your house already!

Using a damp paper towel or small sponge, wet the backs of the stickers and apply to whatever needs a little special touch . . . envelopes, lunch bags, scrapbooks, love notes . . . use your imagination and have fun!

Yield: 20 stickers

How to Make Stickers

How to Make Stickers with Only Two Ingredients!

Learn how to make stickers at home with origami paper and Mod Podge! It's really easy to do and fun for kids or adults.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $2

Materials

  • Mod Podge Satin
  • White vinegar
  • Origami or thin {single sided} scrapbook paper

Tools

  • Paintbrush
  • Craft punches
  • Detail scissors

Instructions

  1. Start by mixing equal parts vinegar and Mod Podge in a small bowl. I used about a quarter cup of each.
  2. Using a brush, apply the mixture sparingly to the back of the paper. Let dry completely and repeat a second time.
  3. After the paper has dried a second time, use a craft punch or scissors to cut the designs of your choice.
  4. Using a damp paper towel or small sponge, wet the backs of the stickers and apply to whatever needs a little special touch . . . envelopes, lunch bags, scrapbooks, love notes . . . use your imagination and have fun!

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Peggy

Friday 14th of August 2015

THank you so much for this!!! I was thinking about ways to decorate my childrens notebooks and school things! This is perfect!! Thank you!

Taiha Thiel

Tuesday 23rd of June 2015

I was wondering if it has to be the Satin Mod Podge , has anyone tried it with gloss or matte?

Amy

Tuesday 23rd of June 2015

It doesn't have to be Satin! You can try it with those others :D

Katie

Wednesday 17th of June 2015

Ah this is so cool! I just bought some Satin Mod Podge so I'm super stoked to try this. I think I'll be linking to this post on my blog in a future post of my own :)

Paige

Wednesday 17th of June 2015

This is such a fun way t o make unique stickers! I love it!

Paige http://thehappyflammily.com

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