I love getting my Hike it Baby 30 sticker in the mail each challenge. The small token of the sticker is a great reminder of all of the great memories the challenge provides. Most stickers in my house end up on my son’s shirt for a few minutes or hours. I then find the remainders are found on toys, the floor, or in the dryer (usually stuck to some article of clothing). I don’t mind when these doctor visit stickers or activity book stickers don’t stand the test of time. However, the HiB 30 stickers have meaning and memories behind them.

So how can you display your stickers? I like to put magnetic backing on mine, write down the month, year and mileage on the back, and then display them on my refrigerator. This way I’m reminded of each challenge, and I can easily flip over the magnet to see our mileage and try to set goals for new challenges. I’ll admit I’m a bit behind, and some of my stickers are just hung by a magnet to the refrigerator or playing lost and found (I just found my January sticker the first week in May). I was comforted in knowing others have the same problem of finding creative ways to display stickers or playing hide-and-seek with them.

Creative Ways to Display Your HiB 30 Sticker

Alysia Segoria: I got this nature journal for my little guy. I include trail maps from places we’ve been. I also write stories about what we did during the challenge and what our ending totals were. 

The Challenge of the HiB 30 Sticker: Creative Ways to Display by Jessica Nave for Hike it Baby

Stephanie Gehman: I purchase a outdoors focused book for my kids each challenge. Then, I write an inscription to my kids in the book and incorporate the sticker into the inscription.

The Challenge of the HiB 30 Sticker: Creative Ways to Display by Jessica Nave for Hike it Baby

Susanne Wolf: On my laptop!

The Challenge of the HiB 30 Sticker: Creative Ways to Display by Jessica Nave for Hike it Baby

Melissa Freeman: I save space for them in my Shutterfly books.

The Challenge of the HiB 30 Sticker: Creative Ways to Display by Jessica Nave for Hike it Baby

Amanda Gilbert: I write our month/year/total miles, laminate them. Then, they are attached to my stroller.

The Challenge of the HiB 30 Sticker: Creative Ways to Display by Jessica Nave for Hike it Baby

Meghan Phillips: I stick ours to  our water bottles. Then, people see and ask about it. It also helps our bottles stand out among many.

 

Jennifer Bradwin:  I magnetized them and stuck them on my car…. only problem is I’m almost out of space that magnets will stick to!

The Challenge of the HiB 30 Sticker: Creative Ways to Display by Jessica Nave for Hike it Baby

Natalie Jo Kendrach:  I put it in their First Year Calendar with the total number of miles/minutes written at the bottom of the page.

The Challenge of the HiB 30 Sticker: Creative Ways to Display by Jessica Nave for Hike it Baby

How do you display your stickers? Share with us in the comments below.

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