by Rachel Harding of Harding Happenings for See Vanessa Craft
If your kiddos are anything like mine stickers are a sure fire way to ensure some entertainment. Sometimes they even peel the stickers off wear them for a bit and then put them back on the stickers sheet for double the fun. So stickers are alright with our family!
This 4th of July rather than doing your typical printable to frame I decided to design something that the kiddos can be entertained by for a bit. Stickers of course came to mind. Little sayings like Baby You’re a Firework & Little Firecracker seemed to pop in my head right away!
All you have to do for this project is print the template provided, using Avery Round labels ( 22087 or similar.) And that’s it! Peel and stick! I hope that you enjoy these fun designs and have a safe and happy holiday!
Download and print the free printable here: 4th of July Printable Stickers
Rachel has lived in Arizona most of her life and calls it home despite her California roots. She has loved design as far back as she can remember coloring, painting, crafting, and more as a child. Due to her job as a Marketing Coordinator, Rachel learned how to work in many design programs and it quickly took her graphic design skills to another level. Shortly after having her first child she began to blog about motherhood. She started a shop called Just Us Three Design to provide friends and family with baby accessories, and card designs soon followed. Rachel is blessed to marry her high school sweetheart and be a family of five. She is passionate about God, her family, design, party planning, blogging, social media, local AZ family happenings and more! Connect with Rachel on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Bio photo credit: Dream Photography Studio
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