Stickers

Do you know what I could use to store stickers on? I don't want to
stick them on regular paper because I'd like to be able to peel them
off. I tried waxed paper, but they won't peel off.
Where can I buy some of the smooth paper that stickers come with?
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jeffrey
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On 29 Aug 2006 13:15:38 -0700, "jeffrey" wrote:
If you don't have a huge number to store, they sell 'sticker books' for kids to keep their collections in... I bought one and when my sticker sheets get down to the last one or two I peel them off and put them into the little book for safekeeping.
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Karen AKA Kajikit
i keep mine on the paper package it comes on and keep it in an accordion file from staples. i have some on wax paper, i have noticed though that the cheap wax paper (store brand) doesn't work as well as say name brand paper. also, when i use my xyron machine for something i save the paper that comes out of the machine. Anji in Idaho > Do you know what I could use to store stickers on? I don't want to > stick them on regular paper because I'd like to be able to peel them > off. I tried waxed paper, but they won't peel off. > > Where can I buy some of the smooth paper that stickers come with?
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anji
I tool one of the kids note books and bought some paper sleaves and file dividers. I slip the the whole package into the sleves. I divide them ou by the type...Birthday, flower, Christmas and so on. You can put more than one package to the sleve too .
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JRTowner
I usually keep them on the sheet they came in when I bought them.I have a sticker binder with clear sleeves to slide them in to and I group them by subject, flowers, christmas, words, borders, etc.. I have also used a coupon holder for the smaller pkgs of stickers to sort them in. You could always save the backs of the larger sticker sheets to put miscellaneous stickers on, when the package gets used up and there are only a couple left.
Linda > Do you know what I could use to store stickers on? I don't want to > stick them on regular paper because I'd like to be able to peel them > off. I tried waxed paper, but they won't peel off. > > Where can I buy some of the smooth paper that stickers come with?
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Linda C

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