Add a little shimmer or sparkle to your planner spreads or bullet journal layouts with this fun abstract foiled overlay art deco sticker sheet! These stickers are perfect for layering and create added dimension to any planner!
View our bullet journal sticker collection here.
Check out our full collection of layering stickers here.
For more spring and summer stickers, please view our collection here.
WHAT YOU GET
- The polka dot header overlay is approximately 1.55" w by 0.16" h
- The top left mini dot cluster is approximately 0.19" w by 0.18" h
- The bow clip stickers are approximately 0.316" w by 0.49" h
- The bottom left torn paper script sticker is approximately
- Kiss-cut and ready to use
- Premium transparent matte sticker paper
All products are shipped via Canada Post standard letter mail and will not be tracked unless you select the tracked shipping upgrade option. Please remember to review my processing times and shipping policies
prior to placing an order to ensure your order arrives when you need it. If you require your order processed on a rush basis, please contact me prior to placing your order, and I'll let you know whether I can fulfill that request. I always try to process orders as quickly as possible; however, once your order reaches the postal system, it is no longer under my control or responsibility.
My goal is to provide quality handmade planner supplies like stickers, paper clips, die cuts, and dashboards, so I take great pride in designing every little detail of these products. This means that the end product takes several hours of love to finalize from the initial design I draw in Illustrator, or on paper, through to the very last element, including photography. As my products are handmade, please remember that some minor variations may be present in each product. For foiled products, there may be the occasional black spot on the sheet as these stickers are handmade. If you have any questions regarding these variations, please contact me prior to placing your order.
Final sticker colours may vary slightly depending on how your monitor/screen is calibrated and the type of printer I use.