Faith that Sticks – Stickers from Tyndale

Give your kids tools to express their faith in creative ways with Faith that Sticks!

This post is written by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom, and is part of a sponsored campaign with Tyndale. As always, our opinions are always 100% our own.

Faith That Sticks

Our month of projects with Faith that Sticks stickers from Tyndale is almost over…

We made an arts and crafts project with painted photo mats, we created a DIY reward chart, and we made fun and inspiring notes for our children’s school lunches.

But first, we have a Faith that Sticks giveaway for you…

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One winner will receive 14 packs of Faith that Sticks stickers and 6 Happy Day Books!

My daughter and I have both loved the Faith that Sticks samples we received — and we are sure you will love them too.

Tyndale offers such a great variety of stickers that appeal to the full range of kids’ different ages and stages — from cute bunnies, to faith building Bible verses.

If you are looking for stickers for your Sunday School class, sweet stickers for craft projects with your kids, or inspiring stickers for your older children, Faith that Sticks has got you covered.

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More Fun with Faith that Sticks…

In case you missed my previous posts with Faith that Sticks stickers…

Want a great arts and crafts idea that is inexpensive but creates a wonderful keepsake? My daughter and I painted and decorated pre-cut photo mats to create framed collages. These super easy decorated photo mats work for framing your child’s artwork or photos.

If you have been thinking about making a reward chart for your kids, I created an easy DIY reward chart kids can help make themselves.

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I included downloadable templates, in pink and blue versions, so within minutes you and your kids can start working on your own customized reward charts. It is a fun, easy craft — with rewards!

If you are looking for a quick idea to add some sweet fun into your kids lunches and you haven’t had time to print and cut out downloadables, just reach for a pack of stickers instead. I made these simple lunch box notes for my daughter Olivia using Faith that Sticks stickers — and it took only seconds to do.

And for more Faith that Sticks ideas, visit the Faith that Sticks website or find them on Facebook.

Enter to Win…

If you want to win this bucket-load of Faith that Sticks products of 14 packs of Faith that Sticks stickers and 6 Happy Day Books…

Written and photographed by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom and owner of Janice Croze Photography


Comments

  1. says

    I would use them on my children’s lunch bags, love notes that I like to write to them, the school work that they do at home on weekends, summer, and school holidays.

  2. Brittany Locke says

    I am a camp counselor for a children’s camp for a week during the summer and I believe these stickers would help encourage the younger kids and help us share the gospel. These kids are underprivileged and usually come from a rough home life. They need a lot of love so little gifts such as these stickers would be a blessing to them. We want to show these kids they are special and are loved by God and by us. It’s amazing to see the difference some small encouragement sticker and little treat does to a child.

  3. says

    My girls would probably make cards for their cousins or grandparents with these stickers… they love doing cards and pictures!!! Or maybe we’d try some of the crafts Janice has suggested here. :) Thanks!

  4. Robin Hoopes says

    I would give each child a sticker when we are talking about Jesus and God. This way it reinforces how much they are loved by God, when they look at the stickers and remember the conversation we had before they got the sticker.

  5. Terra Heck says

    I’d give them to the Sunday school classes at church to pass out to the kids when they memorize their Bible verses. Thanks.

  6. Jen says

    I would have loved to been able to put them in Easter baskets but I think I would use them for crafts, lunch box notes, church and to share with friends.

  7. says

    I would use these stickers as prizes for my son when he accomplish something great! Like when he properly sits down for a meal and finishes his plate.

  8. Courtney R. says

    I’m only 22 and I don’t have any babies and I’m still in Bible college, but I get bit by the baby fever bug to the point of buying children’s clothes, books, and toys (only up to age 6) that have been on sale or clearanced that I just love. As strange as that sounds, I’d love these stickers to continue adding to my future hope box for my someday children :)

  9. Jenny Q says

    I would use them as reward stickers for my son. My son loves stickers and these are really cute.

  10. Jenny Q says

    I would use them as reward stickers for my son. My son loves stickers and these are really cute! I also use these for craft ideas or Sunday school lessons.

  11. Connie Tillman says

    For bible story telling – trying to teach my almost 3 year old about Jesus and his love for everyone.

  12. Jessica Ruggiero says

    I volunteer at the catholic school where my daughters go to school. These stickers would be great to use as rewards at our school! I think they would also be great for yearbook club to use to decorate our book for this year!

  13. Jane H says

    As a teacher’s aide, I would use them as part of a reward system. Thanks for the chance to win.

  14. Cynthia Sizemore says

    I would use these to send cards to my neighbors kids to try to interest them in church.

  15. Leslie L Stanziani says

    I would take them to church my husband works at.Vacation bible school is coming up.

  16. Ssgirl4now says

    I would give these stickers to my friend’s children since theyre religious and very crafty.

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