Hey everyone! Today I'm doing a tutorial on how to easily make your own monogram stickers and adorable Lilly Pulitzer whale stickers. For both projects you'll need something called sticker paper. I use the Avery brand, the exact name is sticker project paper. The size you'll need is 8.5 x 11 (the size of a standard sheet of paper).
Here's an amazon Link to the sticker paper. You can also find it at stores like Target, Walmart, OfficeMax, Staples, and there is many more. Yes, it is a little pricy, but I've had this same pack and it has lasted forever and you can use it in so many ways!
Getting the paper is the most difficult part of this project! Yes, it's that easy!
1. Google search or Pinterest search "Lilly Pulitzer Whales, Lilly Whales, VV Lilly Whales, etc." and a bunch should come up! ( it might take a little while to find some , but just keep looking they are there) .
I added a couple pictures below of my favorites!
Some of the photos have text in them such as this one...
Just crop the picture and your all set!
The final step is to re-size your photos ( try to fit as many as you can on a page to not waste your sticker paper).Load the sticker paper into your printer, print and cut out your stickers , and your all set for a school year with Lilly Pulitzer and Vineyard Vines!
First go to this link and create a monogram and after you have entered your email you will be able to copy and paste it to Microsoft word.
After you copy and paste all the monograms you want, re-size the images to make them the size you want. Also don't be afraid to play around with borders, color changes, and any other effects!
Same as the whales, try to fit as many as you can on one sheet of the paper the paper. Load your sticker paper into the printer , print , cut out the monograms, and your ready to face #monogrammonday ;) .
There's so many adorable ways to use these stickers! they are perfect for binders, folders, notebooks and anything you can think of!
Please comment if there is anything I left out, or anything you need help with!
Thanks for reading!