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Although some might think it's a little early (this is being posted in March), in my opinion it's never too early for Christmas scrapbook stickers. And who knows, you might still be working on your scrapbooks from last Christmas, so this post could be right on time.
This scrapbook sticker template was created by cutting apart the individual components of a vintage card. The template sheet can be printed in virtually any size you want, and then you can cut out the pieces and layer them on top of each other. For a wonderful 3D effect, be sure to print the sheet on the heaviest card stock your printer will allow and then use a product similar to the foam adhesive tape shown at the bottom of this post. If you really want these to look great, apply just a little Elmer's glitter glue. I have a reasons for recommending Elmer's. I've tried virtually every kind of glitter glue I could get my hands on -- from the kind you buy at the dollar store to expensive brands available online or at craft stores, and I've never found any brand better than Elmer's.
And if you're interested in more Christmas scrapbooking and craft freebies, check out my Free Clip Art Sourcebook e-book. It's free to download and is filled with vintage and contemporary clip art, cards, scrapbooking supplies, coloring pages and other fun stuff. It's all free, so help yourself to this great resource that's updated frequently with new freebies!
I recommend the following scrapbooking supplies to embellish these 3D stickers:
Also, make sure to look in the sidebar for the latest freebies from Free Scrapbooking Supplies!