Thursday, July 20, 2006

Stickerbook Revisited

Last month I posted about sticker books and how I wanted to get one for each of my kids. My mother send them stickers in all of their holiday cards and my grandmother always gives them cool stickers, but I wanted some place to put them all, instead of all of our clothes.

I loved my sicker book as a kid, I had an awesome three ring binder filled with all of my "theme" pages. The Scratch and sniff page, the all hello kitty page, the puffy page and at the end all my doubles are stinky ones for trading.
So. Much. Fun.
But, maybe they were simpler times.

You guys had some good suggestions, I was going to make my own, but I think they would tear the pages, they are still rough page turners.
I tried to find cheap photo albums the ones with the vellum overlays, but I can't find them, I don't think they make them anymore.
I am not into scrapbooking but could someone tell me where to find cheap scrapbooks? They might be my last hope for a stickerbook.


  1. A sticker book is a great idea! Do they have Ben Franklin or a craft store near you? They have scrapbooking stuff. Also, believe it or not, Big Lots and The Dollar Tree. Really.


  2. I had to comment because I totally had stickerbooks as a kid. My mom actually just found them in the attic. Too funny. Maybe try A.C. Moore. I'm surprised they don't have them anymore.

  3. Look into office supply stores, too. There are all sorts of fun binding options!

  4. If you have a Michaels near you, they have everything for crafts...scrapbooking included. And they're fairly priced. Or the Hallmark store, but they might be too expensive.


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