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Unity Stickers

Happy Friday, Unies! Boy, do I have a fun idea for all of you. Today, let's make Unity stickers!

The other day, Angela had asked about planners. Instagram and Pinterest have some amazing ideas for planners, but I would never be able to keep up. However, I had an idea. What if you turned your planner into a journal... a journal you can decorate. Now you could just stamp on the sheets, but sometimes the ink will run through, especially with markers. So, I had an idea!💡

I got some regular sticker paper and stamped a bunch of different Unity stamps on using my Memory Misti (check out their Clearance section for amazing deals). I used Copics to color them, but you can also use colored pencils. I didn't try watercolors, but feel free to try it on a small piece. Once they were colored, I fussy cut them each out... and BOOM, we've got Unity stickers! So now what...

I have a planner that will probably never have dates in it so I'm repurposing it to kind of a things to do (or a journal or just something fun when feeling inspired). So added a few stickers, washi tape and stenciling... oh and a sentiment stamped at the end.

On the next page, I used similar colored images and some of the same pieces from the previous page to create a balanced layout. Once I added the stickers, I then journaled some things to do each day for the week.

Just love how this all came together. And you can used these same kinds of stickers on your envelopes, scrapbook layouts and anywhere you'd like to add a little Unity!

List of stamps used, but you can use ANY Unity stamp:

  • Unity's 2021 Advent Calendar (Limited Supply during Christmas)

  • Kitten Encouragement Stamp Set

  • Tricia Girl Stamp Set

  • Feeling Off Stamp Set

  • Not Be Perfect Stamp Set

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you found some inspiration.

Until next time...

Happy Crafting!

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They are each on wonderful! I was so hopping you used a machine to cut these out! 😂 Admire your dedication to fussy cutting. Haha. Love them.

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