Updated May 08, 2020 by Samuel Moyle

The 10 Best Stickers

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This wiki has been updated 3 times since it was first published in April of 2020. From corgis and watermelons to all colors, shapes, and sizes, if you can see something, you can probably make a sticker out of it. Whether you’re a teacher searching for rewards for good behavior and performance, throwing together bags of party favors, or you’re just a sticker fanatic yourself, something from the options we combed through is sure to fulfill your needs. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best sticker on Amazon.

10. Youngever Teacher Stickers

9. Meet Holiday Various

8. Korlon Random Patterns

7. Savita Puffy Variety Pack

6. Melissa & Doug Pink

5. Peter Pauper Press Inc. Essentials

4. Fashion Angels Ridiculously Cute

3. Purple Ladybug Novelty Pack

2. Carecreation Big Trendy

1. QTL Vinyl

Special Honors

Pintrest Whether you've already found the stickers you want and you're thinking of new ways to use them, or nothing you've seen has quite caught your attention and you still need to pore over your options, Pintrest is a great place to continue your search. With tons of pages curated by creative individuals such as yourself, you're likely to find what you're looking for and maybe something more. pinterest.jp

Sticker Mule There comes a time in a person's life when they finally ask that pivotal question at the heart of all human mystery: Where do stickers come from? If you're inspired by what you've seen and want to make your own stickers, or, conversely, disgusted with the marketplace's inability to supply your demand, you might consider heading over to this printer of high-quality stickers with your own designs. Who knows? Maybe you'll fill a niche and find your way on to a top ten list someday. stickermule.com

Editor's Notes

May 05, 2020:

There aren’t many health concerns regarding stickers, other than the obvious stuff like don’t eat them, make sure children are supervised when using them so they don’t put them in their nose or ear, and so on in that vein of common sense. However, stickers do run the risk of ruining the exterior of things like furniture, cars, and pretty much any surface you can stick them on due to their adhesive properties and the residues they leave behind. That being the case, we suggest you make sure you’re 100% positive you want a sticker to go wherever you’re going to apply it before doing so.

Of course, time passes, things change, and accidents happen, so the other important thing you’re going to want to be careful about is using the right methods and cleaning products when removing unwanted stickers. Useful inventions like adhesive removers are made specifically for this task, but depending on what surface you’re dealing with and whatever professional advice you’re taking, certain cooking oils, nail polish removers, white vinegar, peanut butter, rubbing alcohol, and more can be used to remove stickers and their residue. However, please don’t go grabbing whatever potential remover sounds preferable to you all willy-nilly. We advise you to look for some form of authoritative professional advice that won’t lead you to destroy your belongings.

You can’t please everyone, but you can still try, and that’s what we’ve attempted with this selection of stickers. Research suggests kids are more invested in stickers than most people, so you won’t be surprised to find options like Fashion Angels Ridiculously Cute, Melissa & Doug Pink, and Savita Puffy Variety Pack dominating the list in conjunction with sets made for adults to give to kids such as Youngever Teacher Stickers and Purple Ladybug Novelty Pack. At the end of the day, you don’t have to be a kid to enjoy and purchase stickers, and many options are suitable for people of all ages who need them in a range of scenarios. No matter where you turn, the best and most popular options are usually more cute than not.


Samuel Moyle
Last updated on May 08, 2020 by Samuel Moyle

Samuel Johnson Moyle is a writer residing in Portland, Oregon, with his artist wife and two jobless cats. In addition to researching for Ezvid Wiki, he assists students in Portland State University’s writing center, teaches college courses such as 222 Research Writing and 323 Writing as a Critical Inquiry, and does every front-of-house job imaginable at Portland’s most popular restaurant, where he has worked for over ten years. He earned his bachelor and TESOL certification at Portland State before heading to Tokyo to teach ESL and later returned to his alma mater to earn his master’s in English as a fully funded graduate assistant. His range of job and life experiences grant him expertise in categories including camping, outdoors, pets, furniture, and more.


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