printable: apple sticky notes
A few years ago, I made some Valentine's Day sticky notes, and I've wanted to make more ever since then. Guess what? I finally did! I thought that back-to-school time was perfect for this, because they're perfect for notes in school lunches, notes to (or from!) the teacher, or just for remembering school things that need remembering.
They feature the same apples from Monday's printable paper, but this time you can print them out to be yellow, green, or even red if you have red sticky notes. (Technically, you could also make these pink or purple apples, but that might be confusing...)
To print on sticky notes, you need regular paper and an inkjet printer, plus some 3x3 inch sticky notes in apple-ish colors.
Print the PDF at 100% onto plain paper. Then, place the sticky notes in the squares. Run the page with the notes on it through the printer again (the top of the page should go into the printer first) to print over the sticky notes.
I've printed lots of these for school and church projects, and never had any big print issues. But it's important that the sides of the notes with the sticky stuff are all going in the same direction and that the stuck-down side goes into the printer, otherwise they could get jammed.
You can use the same page over and over to print more notes! You can stack up your printed notes, or leave them stuck to the page until you use them, and then print more!
Another way to customize your sticky notes is with a rubber stamp, something I've always had on my list of things to make for gifts. But the nice thing about printing is that you can put anything you want to on these!