Printable Stickers: ‘Many Ways To Say I Love You’

. . . I don’t know about you, but I never get tired of hearing “I love you”. Also, I really like letting people I care about know that I care — especially if I can do it in an unexpected way.

The attached PDF prints out a lovely set of stickers that can be strategically placed for “love bombing.” Yes, I just invented that phrase, please do bask in its greatness.


‘Many-Ways-To-Say-I-Love-You’ Sticker Sheet PDF – Download Link


Places I like to hide a sticker:

- On an orange in the fruit bowl, a wallet, a steering well . . . socks in the drawer — Anywhere its discovery will be a surprise:

(I also threw in some moustaches & shades because hell, that never gets old. Again, I recommend moustaches and sunglasses on:

  1. Toothbrushes,
  2. Photographs,
  3. Lunchboxes,
  4. Glasses etc. . . )

. . . Trust me: it’s fun.

Also, if your already in the “stickers-where-you-least-expect-them” club, let me know your favorite places to hide some love.

– Em.


Printable Stickers: ‘Many Ways To Say I Love You’ — 10 Comments

  1. This is marvellous, both the stickers and the idea of ‘hiding’ them. Now all I have to do is find some sticky-backed paper to print them on. Any suggestions?

    • I have a pack of Avery Sticker Project paper. The pack cost around $12 I think. I don’t use it often because my son is always getting sheets of stickers from one thing or another. I would bet that there are store brand sheets available.

      • Yes, thats what I used. Im sure there are a million other things to do with sticker paper but making stickers is so much fun.

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  3. looking for love sayings that I can put on used bottles for a wedding decorations, would these be able to work for this?

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