Turn small doodles and pictures celebrating the one hundredth day of school into stickers that you can lick and stick with the 100 Day Celebration Lick and Stick Stickers. This fun craft requires only glue, vinegar, paper, and markers, yet will provide hours of entertainment for children of all ages! Ready for more sticker fun? You can even turn your child’s artwork, homework, old magazines, or a piece of wrapping paper into fun lick and stick stickers!
What you'll need:
How to make your 100 Day Celebration Lick and Stick Stickers
- Small pieces of brightly colored cardstock
- ¼ cup white glue
- 2 tbs. vinegar
- Small bowl
- Measuring spoons
- Wooden spoon
- Markers or crayons
- Small Ziploc bag
- Create different designs on the small pieces of cardstock. You may want to write "Happy 100th Day of School", draw one hundred of something, write the number 100, or make a crazy creature or face out of the number one hundred. Be creative and have fun coming up with different ways to incorporate 100 into your stickers! (see photos)
- Once your designs are complete, trim away any excess cardstock. (see photos)
- Using the small bowl, measuring spoons, and wooden spoon, combine the white glue and vinegar. (see photos)
- Using a paintbrush, carefully spread a thin layer of the white glue mixture to the back of the pieces of cardstock. Allow the glue to dry for one hour. (see photos)
- Your stickers are now ready to use. To use them, simply lick the back and stick them on a desired surface. If you are not using them right away, store them in a small Ziploc bag.