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Sticker Shop Opening!

My blog has been quiet as I have worked six months like crazy to open up my little sticker shop, which is now open in You are warmly welcome to visit.

Also, follow the shop Instagram account to hear shop news:

I discovered bullet journaling in April 2016, and it became so important for me as a life organization skill. Soon I discovered the world of planner decoration too, which spoke to me as I used to scrapbook in the past and about 10 years ago was a dedicated Filofax user. Today I manage my life using a bullet journal in my black A5 Leuchtturm1917, and feed my needs to decorate and craft by doing memory planning in my Nuuna Voyager XL.

I like a creative approach, so I include a lot of different stickers in my collections. I use Adobe Photoshop to design my stickers, which in my opinion makes them a little different, as I don’t use Silhouette Studio for design. I have really built my skills from scratch, since about 7 months ago I had never used Photoshop before. It helps to like to learn things and to be really stubborn!

I use a Silhouette Portrait to cut my stickers. The paper I use is Premium Matte quality, super smooth surface, light without adding bulk in thin bullet journal pages. Recently I started experimenting with foiling too.

I started with an inkjet printer, but it was causing me grey hair with the better paper qualities, so I invested in a super nice laser printer. I love it! The print quality is amazing.

My brand new HP laserjet!

My first collection in the shop is called Falling Leaves, and more collections are coming soon. The collection has 10 matching large sheets with all sorts of stickers to mix and match, all available separately. Also, there are add-ons and decorative stickers.

Falling Leaves Collection – the collection theme

I’d love to hear your thoughts on my stickers and of course about your sticker needs! Leave a comment below.

Happy journalling!


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