Simple Sticker Scene For Kids


My daughter, CG, loves stickers!  This is evident from her collection of stickers on everything from the mini-van windows to her bedposts!  And yes, even on the bottom of my shoes…well…flip-flops!  In order to “tame” some of her sticker-ism, I created an area dedicated to her stickers.  She is free to leave it up as long as she would like (or until she wants to create other scenes that don’t involve Dusty from Planes, Palace Pets, and My Little Pony!).

You will need: scissors, tape, paper roll, and of course, lots of stickers.


1.  Cut a large piece of paper from the paper roll to cover your area of choice (I used the front of a refrigerator).

2.  Tape the paper length-wise on your desired area for the sticker scene.

3.  Lay out an an assortment of stickers and encourage your child to create a scene using stickers (I also had markers and crayons out for my daughter so she could draw on her sticker scene if she wanted to).

4.  Leave up (if it doesn’t bother you!) and give your little sticker scene artist the freedom to add to his/her creation whenever they would like to.

Hopefully your walls, windows, and bedposts (and shoes!) will now be sticker-free!

Are you looking for some fun sticker books to create with?  Check these out:

Melissa & Doug Habitats Reusable Sticker Pad

National Geographic Kids Cool Animals Sticker Activity Book: Over 1,000 stickers!

Melissa & Doug Make-a-Face Crazy Animals Sticker Pad

National Geographic Kids Super Space Sticker Activity Book: Over 1,000 Stickers!

Sticker Activity ABC


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