If you're like us and you find you have stickers all over your house, clothes, and car, this simple idea that's a throwback from our own "tween" years- before they called it that- might be fun.
Did you have a sticker book when you were growing up? Basically, it's a binder with covered pages- like a photo album really- and you stick unused, not used, stickers in there with their backing still on. So, rather than a place to stick the stickers, it's a place to collect them, and then of course, feel free to do what you want with them.
We thought it was a great idea when a mother in our play group suggested this the other day. Even though our daughter is only a toddler right now, she gets so many stickers- from Trader Joe's to birthday parties...so why not swipe a few here or there and stick them in an album? By the time your child's a bit older, you'll have a really solid collection to hand over to them that will also be a record of their toddler years. You could even write the dates or where they were received on the back or beside the sticker.
(Image: Baby Animal Sticker for sale on Modern Scrapyard)