Free Stickers (+ postage)

Help share Shake & Fold by posting stickers!

Where do you live?


The stickers are free. You just need to help with the postage. If you live in the United States, there are two ways you can cover it.

1. Complete the form and submit. Then locate the PayPal button at the bottom of the page and send $2 to cover postage and handling. You'll send it to (If you live in the European Union, click the tab, “Free Stickers/EU”).


2. Send a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE) to:
Shake & Fold
PO Box 572
Forest Grove OR 97116-0572

Using an SASE means you don’t have to send money through PayPal. However donations are welcome!

Never used a SASE? Here are step-by-step instructions:

All sticker requests will be verified. Please check your Spam folder because Shake & Fold will reply from

Donations are welcome and are tax-deductible. Contact for a receipt.


If you live in the European Union, send for free stickers in either English or German:

• Complete the form below.

• To find Shake & Fold stickers in other languages, click on the “Downloads” tab. Contact us at for camera-ready art you can take to a commercial printer.

• Don’t see your language? Email us at with a translation of the Shake & Fold sticker in your language. We’ll put it on the web page for others to download for free.

All sticker requests will be verified. Please check your Spam folder because Shake & Fold will reply from

Please consider sending a donation to Shake&Fold via Paypal using the button below.

Please read this first:

Teaching your family or roommates to Shake & Fold is fantastic but it’s not the purpose of these stickers. They don’t belong in a dorm room or private residence because the message should be seen by the widest audience as possible. So please put them only in public places near a sink that offers paper towels for hand drying. As well-intentioned as it may be, the stickers don’t go on bumpers or windows of automobiles, on boats, motorcycles, bicycles, skateboards, helmets, notebooks, laptops/computers, water bottles, phones, musical instruments (including their cases), tool boxes, walls, doors, furniture, bulletin boards, sticker collections or art installations.