There’s one thing you”ll see everywhere you go on most college campuses (and I mean everywhere) — laptop stickers! Stickers have become a fun and easy way to express yourself, and most of them are low-priced or free. Here are a few easy places to turn to for fun, cute and personal stickers.
This is a biggie. Redbubble is a site where independent artists make stickers (and things like notebooks and t-shirts) of anything you could possibly dream of! Try your city, your favorite band, your favorite animal or food, your school, your favorite quote — the list goes on. I have stickers of the Minneapolis skyline, red hands in the W shape and a Dunder Mifflin paper company logo, and they’re all from this site. Plus, each sticker usually costs under $3; if you order 10 or more, you get half off the entire purchase!
Patagonia has quite a variety of cute stickers: there’s the classic, navy and purple one, and there are ones that feature fish, bikes and surfboards. They all add nice, cute touches to your laptop or water bottle. Go to their website and fill out a sticker request, and they’ll send you two random, free stickers.
All our laptops could use this cute lizard! Just like Patagonia, Chaco will send you stickers when you fill out the request form on their website — viola!
Who doesn’t want Vineyard Vine’s cute, classic whale on their laptop? There’s a chance, though, that you get whales in different colors and designs. You can either email email@example.com for two free stickers, or buy seasonal, patterned ones on their accessories page.
You’ve got a whale — now all you need is another cute fish to go with it! You already know the drill, so fill out the request form.
These are just a few of the many stickers you can request through email or online — but they’re our favorites. Make sure you keep an eye out for some potential free stickers next time you shop online — you never know! Happy sticker-ing!