Reusable felt stickers

My two year old loves stickers, he especially loves taking them off and sticking them down again, which is not very practical so I made these reusable felt stickers   … They are a great busy bag addition 

You need:

  • Felt
  • Cardboard, I just used board from packaging
  • Stickers
  • Washi tape
  • Glue (I used glue gun)

 

You do:

  1. Cut  two pieces of felt one the size of the cardboard, the other a little smaller
  2. Stick the smaller piece down to create a pocket – this will store your stickers
  3. Stick the bigger piece down on the other side, this will act as the sticky surface
  4. Use washi tape as a boarder
  5. Glue stickers onto leftover felt
  6. Cut out the individual stickers
  7. Now your little one can stick and re-stick 

This is also a great way to make a tic-tac-toe board for older kids. Just make lines with a tape and use two different kinds of stickers

For another creative idea, check out the Felt Crayon Caddy

Ella from "Just Ella Bella" is a mother,wife,sister, blogger (the list goes on:)... and you can find her and more of her creative posts at justellabella.co.za or on pinteresttwitterinstagram, and facebook

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