Remember the fun days of childhood and friends? Well into adulthood, we always remember those that were our closest friends as kids. I’m blessed to have to daughter who has met very few people that she did not claim to be her “best friend.” She likes everyone! It’s always nice to teach children to bestow a special token of their appreciation to friends. And it doesn’t have to be pricey. A kind word or sharing a snack is a great way to show a friend that you can. An item as inexpensive as stickers can make a friend smile. Today I’m sharing these free Friends Stick Together Printables. You may even find them useful with the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday. I’ve designed the printables in three choices: A non-themed printable, a Valentine’s Day themed printable, and a Bible verse printable. A special thanks to Family Christian for supplying the stickers for this project!
- Stickers- I’m using the God’s Little Princess Stickers and sports stickers
- Glue Dots (1/2″ size)
- Optional: Fiskars 12″ Paper Trimmer (not 100% necessary, but it makes this project much simpler)
Begin by downloading and printing your choice of the below printables. All three of these are designed to look like a child’s handwriting. Simply right click on the image to save it to your computer, then print it how you would normally print a saved photo. You will need to download them each individually. Downloading one will not automatically download the others.
The Non-Themed Printable
Valentine’s Themed Printable
Bible Verse Printable
Using scissors or the paper trimmer, cut out the printable.
The stickers that I purchased from Family Christian came in long strips of repeated stickers. Since I am making so many (I am actually using these for my son’s preschool class), I decided to cut the stickers in groups of two or three. This step is optional for you. Feel free to use the entire sheet of stickers if you like.
Using the Glue Dots, apply one glue dot to a portion of the sticker sheet that is not a direct sticker. The outer margin worked for me. Apply the sticker sheet to the back of the printable. I applied mine at an angle.
And that is it! Simple, right?
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