Sticker Mosaic Art
Use your extra stickers to make a creative masterpiece.
How We Did It
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.
She didn't sit down and get this done all at one time. She'd take breaks and come back to it. We love how it turned out!