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    What does your child stick stickers to? Dd1 has heaps and I want ideas so she's not really wasting them!

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    my grandsons have put stickers on their beds, door frame, windows, onto papers to make pictures, inside books, school bags, and on the 'spacer' for the asthma medication. I dont think there is much you can do with stickers besides 'waste' them,. unless you want to make up some sort of award chart,?? marie.

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    As a child I had loads of sticker albums I'm not sure if you can buy them anymore but they were made of the same paper stickers are on when you get them so you can put them in the album and reuse them later or make pictures in the album

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    I tend to think stickers are for 'wasting" as my girls have so many of them! The inside of their wardrobe doors are covered with stickers - I won't let them stick them on their beds or windows as often they are really hard to clean off. If they get given a bigger sticker from a business or the pumpkin patch stickers etc then they go inside the wardrobe.

    DD3 loves sitting down with a piece of paper and covering it with stickers. Keeps her busy for 20 -30 minutes! Sometimes she'll have a couple of stickers on her tshirt or the back of her hands.

    For birthday cards we usually make one for friends and family and stickers often come in handy for that.

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    As kids we use to make sticker books ( just a scrap book or old exercise book) and put our collections in there.

    My kids tend to stick them where ever. Ds2 has a collection in his lunch box.

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