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2021-12-10; What you can do with dollar store stickers


I’m still working from my iris box of Christmas scrap papers. In the box I have a gallon size baggie filled with stickers and what I think were intended to be gift cards. The gift cards were so pretty I thought they could be used to make a card instead. However; today I’m showing a couple of the small stickers I put to use.

A Close look at those great dollar store stickers. They are thick layered chipboard and even had 3-d mounting tape on the back. I actually pulled that off as it made the card to thick and unwieldy for mailing.

And one more look at the card before you go on about your day….

Today’s card just happens to fit the challenge over at the Tic-Tac-Toe blog this week, #143. I picked the bottom horizontal row of gold-star-banner. My gold and star are very small but there. The banner’s are the 3 strips across the mat of the card in three shades of green. Or if you don’t consider that quite a banner I can go with the tiny gold banner (2 for the price of one!) at the top left of the card.

Thanks for stopping by.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Silke Ledlow permalink
    2021/12/10 1:53 pm

    Bonnie, this is a beautiful Christmas card! I had no idea that the Dollar Store has such beautiful stickers! Thank you so much for joining us at the TTTC 🙂 !!! Merry Christmas!

  2. 2021/12/12 1:49 pm

    I love all the details on this card! The little gold banner, the chipboard embellishments, the sticker banner at the top… and all of your patterned papers! Great take on that bottom row of the board.Thanks for sharing with us at Tic Tac Toe this week!

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