In a video some time ago, Kara from Boho Berry used the phrase “oops sticker” and it stuck with me. The idea is simple, but brilliant: Use a large sticker to cover a mistake you made. This is especially helpful for those spreads-gone-awry.
I started printing things like my KonMari checklist onto sticker paper to fill pages in my journal, but I craved more. Writing and sticking is easy, but I wanted something that I could still engage with the way I do my journal. Enter, a DIY coloring sticker.
If you haven’t already read my post on how to make your own stickers, I suggest you start there because it will give you an overview of the basics.
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I decided to go with a Mandala because I was all heart-eye-emoji’d looking at all of the beautiful ones you guys create on Instagram. Seriously, you guys are talented.
But I wasn’t born with that level of skill. So I took a different approach.
Once it printed, I just cut it out, stuck it on, and started to color.
So incredibly relaxing, and it adds such a pretty splash of color when I open my bullet journal.
Best of all – this can work with ANY coloring book. Just don’t try to sell any stickers you create if you use a photocopied page. 🙂
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