Monday, June 30, 2014

ECD June Design Team Challenge- Cling Stickers!

Hi Everyone!
Did you know that you can make repositionable cling stickers from Peel-offs and Transfer sheets? Add a little glitter and copics and you have a cling sticker that can be used to decorate any slick surface- windows, laptops, tablets, phones, mirrors- the possibilities are endless!

Today I created a unique gift card- Everything you see on the front that is glittered is a repositionable cling sticker! They are stuck to the card front but will easily peel off to be placed anywhere the recipient would like.  It's a card and the clings are the gift!

You can view a video by Els that explains how to make the repositionable stickers HERE. Basically all you have to do is adhere double sided adhesive to a piece of transfer sheet the same size as your Peel-Off. Cover with Warm or Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter and color as usual with your Copic Markers. Once colored trim out closely and lift it off the transfer sheet release sheet and you have a repositionable sticker great for gifting! I left the backing on my butterfly so that when I attached it to the card front I could fold the wings out a bit. You can see it on the picture below of the stickers added to the back of a Kindle. So fun!
I hope you give it a try- its fun and easy and sure to bring a smile to whomever the lucky recipient is.
Be sure to stop by the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog to check out the post with all the other DT members challenge creations. They are all amazing and sure to inspire!

Thanks for stopping by!

Elizabeth Craft Designs Products used:
300 Happy Birthday Peel-Off
0412 Big Butterflies Peel- Off
600 Transfer Sheet 
1016 Lines Peel-Off
642 Cool Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter
Double Sided Adhesive

Copics Used: V17, V20, V22, V28, G94, G99

4 comments: said...

Love the colors in your project. So wonderful that the recipient can choose where to use the sticker.

Karen Aicken said...

Beautiful card and I love that you chose to leave your re-positional sticker on the card for the recipient to choose where to use it.
Karen A

Jacqueline Smith said...

Really love the colors you used in your projects! Great Job!

Rita Edwards said...

Such a beautiful project! And now your Kindle is decorated beautifully! Xxx