Hello Kitty And Friends x Pipsticks Sticker Keeper

Item#: 028258

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Pipsticks + Hello Kitty And Friends Sticker Keeper. Organizing, coordinating, and displaying your sticker stash is so satisfying, and our Pipsticks + Hello Kitty And Friends Sticker Keeper is the ultimate home for your fave stickers. With the flexibility to grow along with your collection, this Sticker Keeper is perfect for any sticker lover!

It's small enough to carry around, and designed to help you store, display, and swap Pipstickers of every size and shape! The Pipsticks + Hello Kitty And Friends Sticker Keeper comes with a sampling of each type of insert and brings the flexibility to move them around as your collection grows...

Pipsticks was founded in 2014 by Mo Vazquez, a designer and sticker lover. What started as a sticker club side hustle to motherhood has grown into a magical world of creativity, whimsy, and design - with new collections of gorgeous stickers and stationery created each month! Channeling our inner 80’s child, and fueled by the obsessive passion of our own sticker love, our team is hopelessly devoted to setting hearts on fire with every product we design!

♡ Includes:

  • 1 - Adjustable D-ring binder with magnetic flap closure 11" x 9" x 2" (closed)
  • 4 - Classic Sticker Pockets - built for our 4"x4" and fuzzy sticker sheets 
  • 1 - Premium Sticker Pocket - built for our Big Puffies, Scratch n Sniff, Confetti, and Vinyls! 
  • 2 - Petite Sticker Pockets - built for our 2"x8", 3"x7", and Mini Sticker Sheets 
  • 6 - Laminated Pages** - unique to this sticker keeper!
  • 2 - Simply Magnetic Sticker Pages 
  • 1 - XL Holographic Storage Pouch (White paper pocket inserts not included)

*NOTE: These pages have a gloss coating designed to make it easier to peel stickers off, however, Pipsticks does not guarantee that any sticker will peel off these pages. There are several factors that affect whether stickers will peel off (ranging from temperature, adhesive type, material, etc) and Pipsticks cannot control or be responsible for all of these factors.