Use your extra stickers to make a creative masterpiece.
It's time to put that drawer full of extra stickers to use! Gather your stickers and draw a simple picture on a piece of thick craft paper (paper size: 6"x6" or smaller). I chose a boat because it is one of the few things I can draw. Other ideas: an animal, stripes, the letter of your first name, a flower, a tree, or your hand print. For younger children, try a simple design with just two areas (like the handprint) so that one color of stickers goes inside the hand shape and a different color goes outside the hand shape.
Assign a number to each section of your drawing. (#1 is blue, #2 is green, and so on.) We talked about which colors of stickers went in which area, but I also put one of each sticker with its number next to it on a piece of paper so she could refer to it.
The rest is easy. Just fill the different areas with stickers! Your stickers don't have to be a solid color. You can use small reward stickers that have different pictures on them and just put all of a certain type in an area. The results will be the same.