This is such a fun product, Stkr.it is a sticker that allows the user to upload an image, short video, or audio mesage. The image is attached to that particular code on the sticker. This allows the user to attach it to a blog post, a card, an invitation, scrapbook page and other media. This is a wonderful way to capture a baby's first steps or words in video or audio formats. Another fun idea is to attach a special message to a card from a loved one. So if I entered the information from the sticker below correctly, you should be able to scan it with your smart phone (you need the app for this) and you will see a picture and message. If scanning it does not work or you do not have a smart phone, just go the website and enter the number on this sticker to see the image.
The receiver of the specific code can then view the image, short video or audio message just by using their computer, ipad, or smart phone to read the individualized code on the sticker. This links them to the website, where they can download the free app and then they can enjoy the attached media file.
|Stkr.it Story Stickers Packs of 2|
If you haven't had the chance to read one of Margot Potters' books, you are really missing out. Margot is best known for her "Impatient Beader" series of books which are straight forward fun beading books. One of my favorites is "The Impatient Beader Gets Inspired!: A Crafty Chick's Guide to Instant Inspiration" where she gives some great tutorials that really inspire the reader to create beyond the original design and create something that reflects their own personality and lifestyle.
In her many beading books, she takes on the role of teacher and mentor to the new beader and this ability to inspire could really be experienced in her live class sessions.
|As usual, Margot had a full house in attendance for this class.|
valentine's card project.
|Stkr.it Valentine Card designed by Margot Potter|
The President, Mike Newman, of Stkr.it gave a quick tutorial on how easy it is to upload data to the website and link it to the sticker.
such as cupcake liners in mini and regular size.
To make it look really good, Margot had us fluff them up a bit to make them fuller and more festive looking. You can tell from Rebecca's smile that she really enjoyed this project too!
|Rebecca Hernandez holding her cool adhesive machine.|
I have to give a big thank you to Margot Potter and the fun folks at Stkr.it for such a fun and informative class. We all had such a good time that it was hard to leave at the end of the class session. I really loved the stkr.it product line and checked the Stkr.it website where I found out that they are currently sold out of some of the sticker packs. So I guess I will have to check back and wait for them to get more in.