Step by Step: Creating Removable, Reusable Stickers with Stamps

I love my craft space but the one thing I could improve on is marking my organizational bins, buckets, baskets and drawers.  After recently purchasing a bottle of Aleene’s Tack it Over and Over to turn my wood mounted stamps into cling stamps [post coming soon], I was of course trying to think of multiple ways to use it.  One of the ideas I came up with was to create removable, reusable stickers for some of my storage containers.

Of course my idea coincided with the arrival of a mini craft haul that included the Merci stamp set by Julie Nutting  which of course meant I needed to somehow use it in my project.  I settled on creating a set of stickers for the tin pail I currently store my paintbrushes in.

To see exactly how I made them you can go step by step with me in my video below:


Newsprint paper from the Stationer’s Desk paper pad by Prima Marketing

Canson 140lb Cold Press Watercolor Paper

Memento Ink Dew Drop in Rich Cocoa

Archival Ink by Ranger in Jet Black

Blush Cardstock from the Wedding Neutrals paper pad by Craft Smith

Tim Holtz Postale tissue paper

Peerless watercolors

Tim Holtz Worn Text large alphabet stamps

Liquitex Matte Medium

Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive

Fineline applicator bottles

Sakura Glaze Pens

Carta Bella Stripes from the Spring paper pad

MAMBI Happy Planner


Creating removable stickers is super easy and just another way to make your craft supplies multi-task.  You can even use them for your planner!  And if you’re a Julie Nutting Doll fan like I am, finding another way to use them is just an added bonus.

Questions or comments about this post or video?  Share in the comment section below.  Got something you’d love to see a step by step on?  Let me know that too.

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