Stamping & Die Cutting With Sticker Paper

Hi friends! Today I'm sharing a new to me Exclusive Sticker Paper. I'll admit when I first learned about it, I wasn't sure how I was going to use it. All I knew was that you could print on it with your inkjet printer and make your own stickers. Well, you might find this hard to believe, but I don't own an inkjet printer. Not having the ability to print, got my mind to wondering how else I could use this sticker paper. My first thoughts was to try it with one of my favorite products...stamps and coordinating dies. To my surprise it worked wonderfully!

Thank You Card by Juliana Michaels. Created using stamps and dies with's Exclusive Sticker Paper

For this card, I stamped the beautiful floral image onto the Sticker Paper using Premium Hybrid Black Ink. I then colored the image using Sponge Daubers and Distress Oxide Inks. Of course, I had to test to see how it would hold up to a little distressing, so I lightly spritzed the inked image with my Distress Sprayer and then dabbed it dry with a paper towel. The sticker paper held up great with this technique so I then added a few ink splatters as well to give the image a little more distress.

After I finished all the inking and distressing, I die cut the image using the coordinating die. I now had a ginormous sticker to adhere to the front of my card! I peeled off the adhesive liner, but instead of just sticking it down onto the background, I decided to make it a little less sticky. I'm sure you're wondering why I would want to make it less sticky. The reason is simple. I like having a little depth and dimension on my cards and to place the sticker flat onto the card just didn't fit my style.  To reduce the stickiness, I rubbed over the back side of the sticker on the outer edge. By removing the stickiness the sticker no longer lays completely flat and I now have a little dimension without adding any bulk to my card.

Thank You Card by Juliana Michaels. Created using stamps and dies with's Exclusive Sticker Paper

Some final details on this card: The background was created using the Confetti Stencil. I inked through it using an Ink Blending Tool. The sentiment was created using the Thank You Sentiments Decorative Die Set.

I hope you enjoyed learning more about's Exclusive Sticker Paper. For more fabulous ideas check out the project ideas for Sticker Paper. You will find ideas from using it to create labels to organize your ink pads to using it in your planner.


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