Last updated on June 4th, 2022 at 01:00 am
Collecting stickers is always loads of fun, but what if your little ones could play with them again and again without the stickers losing their “stick?” This DIY sticker book is the perfect summer activity for those rainy days, and it uses wax paper to allow you to peel stickers off the pages and use them multiple times.
Check out this tutorial to see how to make your own sticker book, and don’t forget to include all of the entertaining activity pages!
DIY Sticker Book
What You Need:
- Wax paper
- Hole puncher
- Twine or binder rings
- Double-sided tape
- Pencil and markers
Step-by-Step Sticker Book Tutorial
Step one: Create the cover by decorating a piece of cardstock and personalizing it with your child’s name.
Step two: Lay out several pieces of cardstock to serve as your inside pages. Cover each page in clear wax paper. Do this by placing double-sided tape in each corner of a page, smoothing down a sheet of wax paper over it, and then trimming off the edges of the wax paper so that it fits nicely over the cardstock.
Step three: Line up your cover and inside pages, and bind them all together using a hole puncher and twine. Thread the twine through the holes using a four-hole binding method or, for a simpler approach, use binder rings instead.
Step four: Decorate the inside with stickers! Since you can peel stickers off the wax paper, kids can move them around within the book with ease.
DIY Sticker Book Activities (Printables)
If you want to include activities in your book, there are three exciting pages to download below. To use them, print each activity page out on a piece of white cardstock and use them as your inside pages. Don’t forget to cover them in wax paper so you can move your stickers around and complete the activities multiple times!
Get super creative with this fill-in-the-blank story game. Your child can tell a funny or exciting story with stickers! Simply place your chosen stickers in the blank squares to complete each sentence. Then, peel off the stickers to tell a new story.
Your child’s imagination will run wild with this sticker scene page. This page serves as a backdrop to set creative scenes and make up imaginative tales. Your kids will be able to add to the scene each time they get new stickers!
This adjective sticker book page lets your little ones practice their adjectives by matching stickers to descriptive words, like “colorful” and “fancy.” This is great for some practice with word-picture associations.
This DIY sticker book is such a fun project for the kids, and the best part is that they can use it over and over again!