Make customized stickers that you can use to personalize your gear during a program at The HUB's makerspace on Tuesday, April 16.

Make customized stickers that you can use to personalize your gear during a program at The HUB’s makerspace on Tuesday, April 16.

Don’t just decorate, personalize.

Teens can use the vinyl cutter in our makerspace to create their own custom stickers during a program at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16, at The HUB at Mentor High School.

Brand your notebook, tablet, or whatever you like as only you can.

The program’s free to attend and open to everyone in sixth through twelfth grade We only ask that you register beforehand. You can sign up online or call The HUB at 440-205-6011.

By the way, the vinyl cutter can be used to make more than stickers. It can be paired with the makerspace’s heat press to make trendy totes and custom clothes.

The equipment in the makerspace can be used to make everything from earrings to personalized wine glasses to music videos. For more information – including policies, procedures, and how to make a reservation – visit our MakerSpace page.