A couple are pretty popular, and you've probably heard of them. The others may not be familiar to you - but I think you'll like them. I'm not affiliated with any of these shops other than being a satisfied customer - and I did not receive any compensation from any of them for mentioning them in this post. Anything I have from the shops, I purchased myself.
One of my most recent discoveries (and new loves) is Miscellany Boulevard. Shelby has some of the brightest, most fun stickers ever. I just love them! I love them so much that I placed my second order before receiving my first, and then placed my third order before receiving my second! She's trying to grow her shop, and has been cranking out new sticker sheets just about daily. Right now, she usually ships the orders within a day of receiving them, but I have a feeling that may change soon simply because I predict this shop is going to take off like wildfire! There's a group on Facebook where you can see previews of new sticker sheets, and get in on some pretty crazy and fun conversations. You can follow on Instagram to see previews, too - and for coupon codes: @miscellany.boulevard
In this first picture, you can see the original style samplers (Shelby is currently redesigning them). The top row, left to right is Autumn Affair ($3.50) and Summer Jubilee ($3.50). The bottom row is Winter Gala ($3.50), the freebie sheet that is included with each order, and a business card:
In this next picture, the top row shows a sampler of Gypsy Caravan ($3.50), and a sheet of the Kawaii Kitten stickers ($3.50 - they look like Patrick, so I bought them for Lulu). The bottom row is a set of school stickers in the Summer Jubilee colors ($3.50) that I had made for Lulu. So cute!
And because the kitty stickers are so darned cute, you need to see a close-up:
And in this last photo, you can see the Sunset Serenade theme, which I also love, love, love! In the top row on the left, is the Flags & Checklist Flags ($3.50), and on the right is the Sampler ($3.50). On the bottom are 8 Full Boxes for the ECLP ($3.50 - also available for Limelife).
Another favorite shop is The Planner Junkie Inc. I had to buy her kitty sticker sheet right meow. Especially when I saw the speech bubble that said "I barfed". So appropriate for my Psycho Jungle Cat. And I love the summer sheet, the florals, the numbered list... Summer just has so many cute things from which to choose! There's a Facebook page, but not a group (as far as I know), and you can also follow on Instagram: @theplannerjunkie
The second photo shows three adorable sticker sets. The top horizontal sheet is Funny Cat ($3.75), the bottom horizontal sheet is the Hello Sticker Set ($3.75), and the vertical sheet on the far right is Berry Flowers ($3.75):
Get ready to swoon over The Reset Girl Shop! I love these stickers so much that I have a really difficult time limiting myself to just a few. Cori is such a fun person! I signed up for The Creative Planner Workshop that she and Christy from Christy Tomlinson Designs & The Planner Society taught and it was awesome! You can find The Reset Girl on Facebook, and on Instagram: @theresetgirl; and Christy Tomlinson on Instagram: @theplannersociety
In the first picture, everything on the left side was a freebie - and so was the large card that says "Planning is my Love Language"! Awesome, right? The sticker sheet at the top right is one of the "Mixed Messages - Planner Girl" sheets ($3.75), and I believe I got it in the Free Spirit Palette. In the middle are two of the Itty Bitties: Appointment Edition ($1.00 each) - the top one is in the Silly Girl Palette, and the bottom one is in the Blushing Bride Palette. Along the bottom are more of the Itty Bitties ($1.00 each): Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook:
In this second picture, you can see my layering stickers! On the left, at the top, there is a sheet of Colorblock Circles in the Blushing Bride Palette ($3.75), and below that there is a sheet of Polka Dot Circles ($3.75). In the center is another freebie card at the top - below that are two mini sheets, on the left are hearts in Honey Girl ($2.00), and on the right are hexies in Smarty Pants ($2.00). Below that is another freebie - and I love this freebie because not only is it useful in that it's little dots, but you can also see all of the color combos of the stickers! On the far right, at the top, there are layering stickers in the Honey Girl Palette ($3.75), and below that is a variety sheet of gumballs, banners, and flags "Chit Chat Edition" in the Honey Girl Palette (3.75):
If you like cutesy heroes, princesses, TV shows stickers - you'll love One Orange Snowflake. I got the Cutest. Doctor Who. Stickers. Ever. Who doesn't love Ten and Eleven as kids? And kid-sized Cybermen, Weeping Angels, & Daleks?? I just can't. Even. Taylor has a ton of other stuff, but I'm slightly fixated on the Doctor Who stickers, in case you hadn't noticed. There's a Facebook group, and she's on Instagram: @oneorangesnowflake
Of course, this is a picture of my Doctor Who stickers ($5.00)!!
I also like Scribble Prints Co. The stickers are great. But I don't like having to fight the mad rush to get them. And this is no fault of the shop, so please don't think that I'm saying bad things about them, because I'm not. But people buy several hundreds of dollars of stickers at a time and buy out all of the stock so that no one else has a chance to get anything. These few people make it no fun for everyone else. I guess they feel like they need to have all of their weekly spreads in their planner done with Scribble Prints stickers, and that is certainly their prerogative. But it would be nice to be able to purchase a few of the monthly stickers without having to stalk the shop. I admit, I finally gave up because I just don't have time for that. But I'm mentioning them here because they do have really nice stickers, and if you're lucky enough to get them, they're awesome. They have a Facebook page, and you can follow on Instagram: @scribbleprintsco
I apologize, but I couldn't find my original photo, so in this photo, some of the stickers are missing, LOL! The two top photos are the monthly charity samplers for July and August (even though they both say July!), and those are priced at $6.95 each. On the bottom left is a sheet of the August Heart Checklists, which are half box size ($5.95), and on the right is a sheet of the 32 Half Heart Checklist Stickers ($4.95):
And there you have my latest list of favorite sticker shops!
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What are some of your favorite sticker shops? Share in the comments!
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Erin Condren Life Planner Series: Getting Started
Erin Condren Life Planner Series: Favorite Accessory Shops Erin Condren Life Planner Series: Where to Find the Best Free Printables
Erin Condren Life Planner Series: New Products + Save $10 (& 25% off sale!!)
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