Posts Tagged ‘stickers’
If you or someone you know really loves their Instagram photo collection, check out Printstagram’s Mini Stickers: they’re a great, cheap gift idea that’s sure to make you/them smile. The whole point of Instagram is sharing your cool creations, so why not stick them to every surface imaginable? And at $10 per book of 252 stickers, you really can afford to stick them to everything.
P.S. If you’re into stickers, be sure to check out PetaPixel’s camera stickers as well: 546 stickers for $10!
Our camera stickers are fun, but for something more personal you can make your own 35mm film stickers. All you need is a sticker making machine that usually costs between $10-$20 online or in your local craft store. You can use any film you’d like, though slide film is recommended because it’ll give you positive image stickers. With film manufacturers struggling, any reason to buy more film is a good reason!
DIY: Make Easy & Fun 35mm Film Stickers! [Photojojo]
Update: This giveaway is now over. The winner was randomly selected and announced below.
Our new Camera Stickers have been quite a hit since we introduced them yesterday, so we thought we’d do a fun sticker giveaway this weekend. One lucky, randomly selected reader will receive 60 sheets of Camera Stickers, worth $100! With 91 stickers on each sheet, that’s a whopping 5,460 stickers — enough to quit your sticker-earning job and retire comfortably.
To enter this giveaway, all you need to do is:
Tell us what you’ll do with the camera stickers
There are two ways to enter, and doing both methods will give you 2 entries in the contest, and thus double the chance the win!
- Leave your response as a comment on this PetaPixel.com post
- Tweet your response, and include the following text anywhere in the tweet:
As long as that text appears in the tweet, you’ll be automatically entered in the contest.
This contest will end Monday, September 5th, 2011, and is open to international readers as well. We’ll randomly pick a winner using random.org and update this post. Good luck!
Update: This giveaway is now over. We received 224 comment entries and 136 Tweet entries for 360 entries overall. The randomly selected winner is…
#275: Olga Bēma (@oldziniex)
i will stick them on my workplace.. everywhere xD
Congratulations! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize (we’re contacting you as well).
Thanks to everyone who entered! If you didn’t win, don’t despair — you can pick up 3 sheets of stickers (273 stickers total) for just $5 over in our store. If you’ve bought some already, thanks a lot for supporting this blog! :)
Today, we’re excited to introduce our new Camera Stickers: cute little stickers based on the awesome pixel illustrations of designer Billy Brown. The stickers are printed on durable and tear-proof PVC plastic. 91 stickers per sheet, and 3 sheets — 273 stickers total — cost just $5 with free shipping within the US! You can buy them over in our store.
You’ve probably seen the special keyboard covers for Mac keyboards that show you the Photoshop shortcut each key is used for, but what if you’re looking for something more old school (or don’t have a Mac)? These Photoshop Keyboard Stickers should do the trick. They’re individual vinyl stickers that you individually stick onto each key, allowing you to stay old school and giving your keyboard a very childish look. You can pick up a set for about $8 on Amazon.
A Texas-based photographer named David Langford received quite a surprise earlier this year when his friend tipped him off about a photo of his being used on vehicle
registration inspection stickers in Texas. Turns out an estimated 4.5+ million stickers used a silhouette created from a photo of his from 1984 titled “Days End 2″. Langford is now suing the state to stop further use of his photo on the stickers — designed by prison inmates as part of a contract between the Department of Criminal Justice and the Department of Public Safety — and to collect damages and attorney fees.