Step 4: peel and stick

Don't hoard your stickers, use 'em! After all you can always print some more. They go great on laptops, filing cabinets, or just out and about.

Have fun!
<p>Awesome! Now to do the same with 8-track street art. :)</p>
I loved this idea and had some labels already, so I picked my favorite ones and printed them out. Thanks for the awesome idea!
As a nod to the era, I like to include mix-tape art in zip file of music that I share.<br>http://www.says-it.com/cassette/cassette.php<br>
love it
Thanks for the great link! I can think of a lot of fun uses.
These are awesome!<br> <br> <sub>(and I love Dr. Who!)</sub>
Excuse me, but i think i might steal your idea as street art. Well done.
Go for it. I stole it from <a href="http://www.behance.net/gallery/Mixtape-Sticker/52359">someone else</a>&nbsp;who was using it for street art.
Okay, then definitely. You might see some up in San Francisco!
My dad has like 500. <br>&gt;.&gt;'
Great idea. Thanks for sharing!
Oh goodness, I still have some of these floating around the house.
This is really cool. Like awesome. That website is great. The whole thing is.
Great idea! I found TapeDeck.org a while ago myself, and was surprised and amazed that it existed at all. Mixtapes are truly a lost art - When I make a mix CD for someone, my album art always has a picture of a cassette on it, and I call it a mixtape.
This is sweet!
These are awesome!
awesome!<br /> I miss mixtapes.
Thanks for sharing! This gives me an idea with something else.

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