Stick it to Em’ & Lettering!

Kids aren’t the only ones who get to enjoy things such as stickers, coloring and creativity. Life as a mom is busy, but sometimes I remember those days when I had time to sit down, color, do stickers and just enjoy the chance to be creative. 🙂 I recently received a few books that give me the perfect chance to spend some of my time in these ways.

The first book I opened was one that I could enjoy with my daughters. There’s nothing better than getting to be creative than getting to be creative with my girls. Stick it to ‘Em. This book has more than 275 stickers to color and create with. Some of the stickers have a little bit of sass to them. Personally, I didn’t enjoy all of the sass, but there were plenty of great stickers to choose from apart from the few that we chose not to use. 🙂 There are also lots of blank stickers for you to really let the creative juice flow and come up with your own personal ideas and touches. Stick it to ‘Em is a great book that is a lot of fun and makes for a great way to spend some time relaxing after a busy day.

Now what about creating your own hand lettering? I used to LOVE doing this as a teen and spent lots of time making intricate and detailed letters. I also loved my lettering books that gave me my inspiration. Now with my own daughters, it’s time to pass on the love of creative lettering! The Hand Lettering A to Z gives you a world of creative ideas for Drawing and Designing Alphabets. This book is put together by Abbey Sy who is both an artist and calligrapher. After each alphabet idea is displayed, there are a few pages of phrases that show you how you could use the lettering and have fun with it both in English as well as in some other languages from around the globe! The great thing about hand-lettering is that it’s something that can be made personal and unique right from the start. It is something that both an ‘expert’ or a ‘beginner’ can do and enjoy.

There you have it….two fun ways to be ‘let your hair down’ and be creative this fall! 🙂

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  1. kathy downey says:

    My granddaughter would love this book !

  2. kristen visser says:

    oh my ! it has been sooo long since I sat down and played around with my lettering. I used to have so much fun with that. And who doesn’t love stickers? i dont care how old you are..they are always fun and puts me in a playful happy mood

  3. I really like the sounds of Stick it to ‘Em. The ones on the cover look fantastic.

  4. Cool! The perfect combo of colouring and stickering!

  5. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Kids love stickers, me I’m not so keen after having scrapped them off every surface under the sun over the years!
    I do love decorative writing. We learnt Old English and Italics in primary school (aged about 9yrs old), I still have the pen I used over 55 yrs ago and still use it on occasion. Old English I use seldom these days.

  6. These look like awesome and fun books for adults and kids alike – even better together!

  7. These two books would be great to have around to share with my kiddo! Would definitely keep her busy!

  8. Lynda Cook says:

    These are awesome books to have, lots of fun!!

  9. These looks like fun, creative books for family

  10. My little man would be happy to have these books!

  11. I love colouring and stickers would be so much fun to create.

  12. my kids are crazy about stickers. and the lettering book looks interesting.

  13. I like books that encourage creativity.

  14. Hand Lettering A to Z looks like a great way for the creativity to flow. Looks like a great book.

  15. My family always enjoys stickers and its good to have creative ways to use them.

  16. I love books that encourage creativity.

  17. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Stick it to ‘Em is a fun book that my grandkids would love. 🙂

  18. kathy downey says:

    This sure sounds like a fun activity for children

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