MAKE IT CUTE
7 adorable ways to decorate with stickers
So, it's March. There are only a few months left in the school year and your supplies are starting too look, well, less than cute. Enter: stickers. You can cover up rips in your notebooks, old doodles on your binder and more all with the aid of a few sheets of cute decorative. Here's how to cute up everything in your backpack—and beyond—with stickers.
Stick to your binder. While you should label the subjects and keep the inside organized, the outside of your binder is meant to be shown off. Get excited for class by collaging the outside. And you want to change up the look? Just peel them off and start again.
Give your laptop a lift. Switch up the laptop case and slap on some stickers. Each time you open up your laptop to work on an English paper, you’ll get to show off the outer shell to the world. (Helpful hint: Make sure you put the stickers on upside down so that when you lift the lid, they’re right-side up to the rest of the world.)
Customize your water bottle. Is your water bottle all scratched up? Instead of buying a new one (reusable is the way to go), cover the outside in bumper stickers. Bonus: If you ever misplace it, it'll be easy to identify.
Let your phone do the talking. With a basic case, the back is a clean slate. Get creative and post a few small stickers on the outside. You’ll be able to spot your phone in your purse in no time.
Line your mirror. Line the contour of your mirror in fun bumper stickers. They’ll stick to the glass just like on a car window. Every time you look in the mirror, you’ll be framed by a colorful border. The amaze part: All your mirror selfies will look totally unique.
Create a collage. Posting stickers directly onto your wall can ruin the paint. Instead, stick them on poster board or paper and hang the collage on your bedroom wall. Instant DIY art!
Decorate your desk. Coat your desk in a collage of glossy stickers for a laminated, smooth exterior with attitude. Goodbye, boring surfaces! Pssst: Just be sure to get your parents' permission before you stick 'em.
Where will you stick your favorite bumper stickers? We want to know how you’re crafting.
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