About Me, Us, and Textured Stickers
Hi, I'm Amber :)
Three years ago I invented Fidget Stickers™ - textured stickers designed for those with anxiety and sensory needs. It was born from spending hundreds of hours in autism/sensory related therapies with my two daughters on the spectrum.
It took me nearly two years to create the perfect textured sticker using processes to ensure durability and sourcing materials that provide the right amount of sensory input.
People LOVED my Fidget Stickers! In just one year, I sold over 110,000 Fidget Stickers!!
I am happy and delighted to expand this dream of mine and help you bring your designs into the world as textured stickers, too. Whether they are for your organization, your friends and family, or for your small business, I am so glad you are helping those with sensory and anxiety needs around you!
All my love,
Why Textured Stickers?
Textured stickers provide a moment of grounding during stressful times. They are also a fun and discreet way to fidget with something to help with increased focus.
Who makes them?
Our family owned special print shop is located in St George, UT. It is ran by Amber and her grown son Canon, who also has autism. We make every every sticker ourselves and repsond to every message. It is truly a blessing to serve our customers in this way.
What do they feel like?
Our Textured Stickers have hundreds of small raised bumps that provide sensory input without scratching or irritating your skin. You can scratch them, rub them, and peel them over and over. They are also 100% latex free!
What kind of adhesive?
We use a reusable adhesive that does not leave any residue behind. This means you can stick them over and over! While they will stick to water bottles, please handwash-they may come off in the dishwasher depending on the water pressure.
What image file do I need?
Please upload a .jpg or .png with a high resolution. We will email you a digital proof with the cut outline for your approval. It is highly reccomended that any text in your design is not thin and small, as it will be morfe difficult to read on the texture versus a traditional piece of printed paper.