Peeling and placing is a lot of fun, but it’s time to think outside the sticker book! Save those special pieces of art for bigger projects that’ll motivate and make memories for your family. Check out the 3 creative ways you can start using stickers now!

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Motivational Charts
Keep your kiddo’s favorite stickers for special moments. Use easy to remove stickers as a growth chart (instead of marking your wall permanently) or create a chore chart as give your little one stickers are rewards.

Create Your Own Book
Got a packet of Elsa or BB-8 stickers? Let your little one create their own story! Build a simple four page book by folding white paper and stapling the center. Then let your little novelist create their own bed time story.

Sticker Resist Art
We love Artful Parent‘s sticker resist art. The concept is simple, you put stickers over water color paper and let your kids paint freely over everything. Then peel away the sticker and watch your kids marvel at the new scene created by the white space the stickers have left behind. Visit the Artful Parent for step by step instructions.

What’s your creative tip for using stickers? Share in the comments below!