Do it yourself: stickers and flags

Do it yourself: stickers and flags

In the book Por Uma Vida Mais Doce, a finalist in the “gastronomy” category of the Jabuti Award in 2015, you must have seen two pages full of molds for making colorful flags, those perfect for decorating cakes and other cute sweets. In addition, two sheets of stickers came to stick in pots and write with chalk (on the black sheet) or pens (on the white sheet). If you are like me, who is sorry to use everyone for fear that they will end, our problems are over!
Here you can see two links that take you to the infinite paradise of adhesive molds (http://bit.ly/ickfd-stickers) and colored flags (http: //bit.ly/ickfd-bandeirinhas).
ickfd-decorating-flagsAnd of course I have separated some pictures for you to get inspired and go out decorating everything by the kitchen!
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photos: Lia Griffith, Etsy, Bowtiesandbliss, Style me Pretty
Ah, a tip for when you are going to print the blackboard type stickers. I was taking a look at Pinterest and saw that there is a contact paper ESPECIALLY FOR CHALK! Guys, I almost died of happiness! Has this existed for a long time and I am on the outside or is it new? Hehehe Anyway, I found one for sale on this site here, but if you have another tip (cheaper, please) where to buy it, write in the comments for us to make a little club of chalkboard stickers 😛
To print the white sticker, I read that the best option is to use glossy paper, as it gives that shiny effect of labels and such. Just take care not to get too wet and wrinkle the paper.
Kisses!

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