Do your kids like stickers? They do? And all their friends like stickers, too? That sounds about right. Stickers seem to be one of the few items that have stood the test of time with children of all ages. My 3-year-old recently became a sticker enthusiast. When I found out about Pipsticks, a sticker subscription for kids, I knew I needed to try them out.

Pipsticks was kind enough to send my son a Kids Pack plus additional stickers including an I Love Paris pack. I decided to hide them from my son when the arrived because we were heading to Paris. Of course, I had grand ideas of surprising him on the train to Paris with the sticker pack. I thought he would spend the train ride crafting presents for family.

However, I realized on the train that he hadn’t seen Paris yet. This put a wrinkle in my plan. I wanted him to be extra excited about the Paris stickers. So, I decided to hold off until after our trip. This was best for us because he really just wanted to watch Moana on repeat for the whole train ride.

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My oldest is showing my youngest his first package from Pipsticks. Photo credit: Darren Cheung

Paris was amazing and my preschooler created a lot of good memories there. When we got back home, I surprised him with the Pipsticks package. He was so excited that he got mail! He ripped it open and wanted to check out all the stickers. When he came to the Paris stickers, he shouted out “the Eiffel Tower!”

He immediately told me he wanted to make something for Grandma. Since Pipsticks provided pre-stamped postcards, this was an easy activity. He looked through the stickers and placed them on the postcard. When he was finished, we wrote a short message and sent it on its way.

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My son carefully selected which stickers he wanted to include on his postcard for his grandma. Photo credit: Darren Cheung

I really like how this sticker subscription had everything my son needed to create a present. He loves making presents. It came in a handy envelope so we can keep them together. They barely took up any room in my suitcase. I also can stash it easily in my diaper bag. It’s a great activity for my son to work on while waiting at restaurants.

Now that he has created the postcard, our next project will be decorating matte boards to frame travel photos. These will make great presents for grandparents. And I’m guessing he may also want to decorate the photos themselves!

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Even after completing his postcard project, my son has lots of stickers left for future projects. Photo credit: Darren Cheung

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Pipsticks sent me product for review purposes. All opinions are my own.