Thursday, June 01, 2017

Stick it TO 'Em: Playful Stickers Review & GIVEAWAY

Stick it TO 'EM: Playful Stickers to Color & Create: 275+ stickers with sass for family, friends, and frenemies by Bailey Fleming. This 104 page Paperback released May 8, 2017 by Walter Foster Publishing is an amusing sticker adventure with something for everyone. It is divided into 3 sections by sticker type. The first is fully designed, ready-to-use stickers with a high-gloss finish. Designs range from edgy and funny to cute and silly. Just peel and stick. The second is color-your-own stickers. These are uncolored designs ready for you to personalize. Embellish with felt tip pens, colored pencils, watercolors and brush pens. Or use your favorite craft medium. The third is blank sticker templates. These are for creating your own unique, customized stickers. The author shares her creative process in 10 tutorials on sticker making, including supplies, drawing and lettering. All stickers are on high quality paper, adhere well and come in a variety of  sizes and shapes. A book of  FUN. Use any way you like.  Get your copy below!


Table of Contents

Introduction
Tools & Techniques

Bailey's Favorites
So Many Emotions
Cupcake Currency
Spirit Animal
Pinata
Peace & Love
WTF (Where's the Food?)
99 Problems
YOLO
Unicorn Queen
Unicorn Ride

About the Author

Glossy Stickers
Color-Your-Own Stickers
Sticker Templates

Stick it TO 'EM: Playful Stickers to Color & Create is available worldwide at Walter Foster Publishing, a division of the Quarto Publishing Group USA. Walter Foster is one of the most recognized names in art instruction. Check out their unique catalog at Walter Foster Publications. Quarto has generously offered to giveaway a copy of Stick it TO 'EM: Playful Stickers to Color & Create! One winner will be selected at random. Open until June 15, 2017. Canadian and USA addresses only. Good luck!

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33 comments:

  1. Would also love to have the Dot-to-Dot Create Amazing Images by David Woodroffe and Chris Bell (Judy Cowan)

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  2. I like the Fabulous Fairies coloring book. It looks fun!!

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  3. They have lots of fun books. I'd like to give or receive this one: Weekendtivity.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. My grandson would go gaga for the Monster Truck Mountain Rescue book!

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  5. I love the book: Gardener's Companion to Medicinal Plants. I am a gardener and interested in growing plants that will help deal with illnesses naturally.

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  6. One of the many neat books that I found is "Creative Sprint: Six 30-Day Challenges to Jumpstart Your Creativity" by Noah Scalin and Mica Scalin. This is one that I would love to have for myself. :)
    --Ann

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  7. I would like to receive, "The World is Your Oracle".

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  8. I would love to get "The Story Orchestra: Four Seasons in One Day" for my daughter!

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  9. Another book I would love to receive is "The Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales."

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  10. Another fun book would be Happy Birthday to You! and I also would like The Cat and the Fiddle by Jackie Morris

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  11. This is so cute, Im a big kid

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  12. I also would love the Cats in Sweaters by Jonah Stern book. Looks fun!
    Marlene V.

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  13. It's always hard to pick just one book there! Today I stopped on the book Ghost Towns of Route 66 which looks interesting.

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  14. I've always loved stickers! I remember the album's we'd create when I was kid, lol!

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  15. Animal Friends - color by number :)

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  16. Another one I'd like is The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.

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  17. I love perusing the origami books they have and the Origami Finger Puppets by Muneji Fuchimoto looks like a fun book to get.

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  18. clean skin from within is interesting

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  19. The garden jernoul looks like a good book

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  20. My kids (and I) would love Destination Space:
    https://www.quartoknows.com/books/9781847808400/Destination-Space.html?direct=1
    We are avid learners :-)

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  21. Drawing Cute Birds looks very fascinating.

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  22. I'd like their Kebabs book!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  23. Another book from QuartoKids that i would like is
    51 Things to Make with Paper Plates

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  24. I'd like to receive: Thirty Days Grain-Free.

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  25. I like the book Anywhere, Anytime Art: Watercolor. I like to draw outside and this books looks like it would have a lot to teach me!

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  26. Drawing Cute Birds for my daughter, she would love this

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  27. Zentangle for Kids by Beate Winkler would be fun for my kiddo!

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  28. Foods that Fight Fibromyalgia, I need that book.

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  29. Quarto: "The Ancient Egyptian Book Of the Dead" has always appealed to me!

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  30. I would love to receive Meditation Made Simple by Paula Watson. I would love to learn how to do it properly

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  31. I like Le Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory

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  32. My Grandson really enjoys drawing, and the Draw 500 Everyday Things by Lisa Solomon book would be perfect for him :)

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