Assorted 1″ Nine-Pointed Star Stickers


21 Nine-Pointed Star Stickers in assorted colors. Gold vinyl, holographic sparkle vinyl, and colorable white paper stickers add a splash of Baha’i flavor to everything they touch. They are perfect for sealing envelopes, crafts and decorating projects.



Add a little Baha’i flavor to anything. Twenty-one 1″ stickers in assorted colors are perfect for sealing letters, decorating your personal stuff, or adding a little pizzazz to any craft project.  It includes seven gold foil, seven holographic sparkle and seven colorable white paper star stickers.

3 Sheets equals 21 stars.
15 Sheets equals 105 stars.

The gold and holographic sparkle stickers are vinyl, while the white is paper for coloring your own patterns and designs using crayon or markers. Or leave them white for sealing colored envelopes. They are a great way to make your celebration invitations (Holy Days, weddings, birthdays, showers) stand out. Put one on the invitation and one to seal the envelope.

The trick to quickly lifting the stars off the backing paper and placing them exactly where you want them is to use a small piece of Magic Transparent Tape* to lift the star. Then the star lifts off easily and won’t be stuck to your finger (see picture). Then you can place the bottom points exactly where you want the star to go without your finger in the way. This only really matters if you are doing dozens at a time.

Children’s classes and celebration planners will want to order the 15-sheet pack with 105 stars.

Please note that these are stickers. They stick to things, and will be more stuck the longer you leave them. Only let kids put them on things that are appropriate. They are not designed for use on cars.

* Other clear tape may have stronger adhesive and tear the star.

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15 Sheets, 3 Sheets

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  1. Charlotte

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  2. Bruce

    I thought a “sheet” of 9-point stars was going to be as pictured, like the sheet containing 21 stars, rather than each sheet being a strip of 7 stars with the 3 strips making the 21 stars shown in the illustration. I didn’t realize that a “strip” is a “sheet”. However, I am pleased with the stars which I am using on envelopes and postcards.

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  3. Mary Washburn

    These are beautiful and so much fun!

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