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Kurashiki Hole Reinforcement Stickers - for tags & labels

Another great Japanese-made product I am happy to stock... These cool hole reinforcement stickers are from a collaboration between Kurashiki (Classiky) and 'drop around'. This listing is for one pack of stickers, which has approximately 180 stickers.

These funky hole reinforcement stickers will take your original tags and labels to a whole new level! The pack contains a variety of designs with vintage postage stamps and international paper themes.

Of course these can be used to strengthen the holes you punch in your hang tags and labels, but they also make a gorgeous feature on scrapbooking pages, collage, card making, photo album decoration, gift wrapping etc etc.

Each sticker measures approximately 15mm across.

These also come in a plain circle pack in case you're interested (see the last image for details).

If you would like to purchase extra packs or a different combination, feel free to message me. I'm always happy to set up Reserved Listings specifically to your needs.


~Payment & Postage~

* International Customers - Paypal
* Australian Customers - Paypal or Bank Deposit

The default shipping price is for Airmail (untrackable & uninsured). Please contact me for a quote on Registered Airmail or EMS. I happily combine postage on all orders :)

Kurashiki Hole Reinforcement Stickers - for tags & labels

Overview

  • Materials: adhesive, paper, stickers
  • Ships worldwide from Gold Coast, Australia
  • Feedback: 5135 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people