BE YOU with these fun and colorful stickers! Adapted from the official IBC 2018 wrap design, featured on each of the circular stickers is a parenting, community, or family unit symbols to go along with the “Be you” theme.
Stickers are a great way to add a little personality to your planner! Or stick them wherever you like. You're never too old for stickers!
This sticker sheet features our own design art. This is a kiss-cut sticker sheet with stickers of various sizes that peel off the backing. Our stickers are printed on your choice of waterproof sticker paper and cut by an electronic cutting machine. Glossy sticker paper is best for doodling on. If you're a fan of that soft and buttery unicorn sticker paper, look no further than our matte option! All of these decorative sticker sets come in half sheets which measure approximately 4 x 7 inches.
Please note that due to differences in monitor brands and settings, the colors of your printed stickers may vary from what you view on your screen.
Stickers are shipped with tracking via USPS First Class mail in a cello bag within a 6 x 8 rigid mailer. Once a package has been accepted by the USPS, we are no longer responsible for loss or damage.
Stickers for All! Happy Planner/Passion Planner/Eric Condren/Hobonichi/Bullet Journal/Traveler's Notebook/Calendar
BE You, the official wrap design of the 2018 International Babywearing Convention, is a 100% cotton wrap featuring a repeating pattern of 29 inclusive circled icons along with the words “Be...” and “Be You.”
- Nine representations of types of family units
- Man + Woman + Child
- Woman + Woman + Child
- Man + Man + Child
- Woman + Child
- Man + Child
- Gender Neutral + Gender Neutral + Child
- Gender Neutral + Woman + Child
- Gender Neutral + Man + Child
- Gender Neutral + Child
- Four community symbols
- Adoption symbol
- Transgender symbol
- Polyamorous symbol
- Accessibility symbol
- Sixteen parenting choices
- Chestfeeding symbol
- Baby bottle
- Milk pump
- Caregiver nursing with an SNS
- Briefcase to represent caregivers who work outside of the home
- House with a caregiver and a child to represent at-home caregivers
- House with a briefcase inside to represent work-at-home caregivers
- Disposable diaper
- Cloth diaper
- Big bed with tiny bed next to it (to represent cosleeping)
- Two beds with a vertical line (to represent a multi-room sleep arrangement)
- A large bed with three pillows (to represent bed sharing)
- Babywearing icon
- Babywearing ring sling
- Babywearing carrier with straps (to represent both a buckle carrier and a carrier with straps that tie instead of buckle)