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How to Create Your Own Bitmoji Stickers for Your Classroom

Ok so I’m officially obsessed with Bitmojis.  I’ve always been a fan for personal use, but now I’m excited to use them in my classroom this year as well.  I think that my students will really get a kick out of them.  They’re the perfect way to subtly engage students and continue to build positive relationships.

Wait, what is a Bitmoji?

If you’re not familiar with them, you are missing out!! A Bitmoji is an avatar that you can create to look like just like you. There are tons of customization options available.

How do I create my own Bitmoji?

You can make your Bitmoji right on your mobile device using the app, or you can download the Chrome Bitmjoi Extension and create your Bitmoji on your laptop or desktop computer.

Now once you have your Bitmoji created, it’s time to make some stickers!

Materials Needed to Make Bitmoji Stickers:

I created a template so you can easily insert your Bitmojis into PowerPoint to make your stickers.  You can download your template here ➞ Bitmoji Sticker Template

Chrome Bitmoji Extension Instructions:

  1. Click on the Bitmoji shortcut in the right hand corner of your browser.
  2. Search for the Bitmoji you want to use.  Example – Search “great” or “yay” for a sample of motivational Bitmojis.
  3. Right click the Bitmoji you want to use and select “copy image” and then paste it into the sticker template document.
  4. After you paste a Bitmoji into your sticker templet, resize it so that it fits within each box. Once the initial image is resized, you can copy and paste that to fill up the entire page, or rather paste in a bunch of different Bitmojis so that you have a variety of stickers on each sheet.

App Instructions:

  1. Open your app and scroll through the different categories or search to find the Bitmoji you want to use.
  2. Hold it down to save it to your camera roll.
  3. Send the Bitmoji picture you just saved to your computer via email, text, air drop, etc. Whatever is most convenient for you.
  4. Insert the Bitmoji image into the sticker templet document.
  5. After you paste a Bitmoji into your sticker templet, resize it so that it fits within each box. Once the initial image is resized, you can copy and paste that to fill up the entire page, or rather paste in a bunch of different Bitmojis so that you have a variety of stickers on each sheet.

Please Note:

If you would like to make more than one page of stickers to have different sticker options, you can duplicate the power point slide with the blank template.

Also, you can be creative an add text boxes to your stickers as well, like I did here for when I find a paper with a missing name.

Once your done filling your templet with your hilarious bitmojis, insert your sticker paper into your printer, print, and start placing your stickers on all your students’ work!

Good luck and leave a comment if you have any questions and want to share how you used your stickers 🙂

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15 comments
Laura Kinder says March 19, 2019

I downloaded your template, but it was blank. Could you send me one that has the boxes? Thanks for the great post! I can’t wait to use these!

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    mlgiannattasio says May 8, 2019

    Hello! I just updated the file. I think I used an older version of powerpoint and it wasn’t coming up for anyone! Let me know if this new one works 🙂 Sorry for the inconvenience!
    -Michele

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Deb says April 8, 2019

Hi,
When I downloaded, there are no separate grids/squares to insert my bitmoji. just a blank page. Any info appreciated

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    mlgiannattasio says May 8, 2019

    Hello! I just updated the file. I think I used an older version of powerpoint and it wasn’t coming up for anyone! Let me know if this new one works 🙂 Sorry for the inconvenience!
    -Michele

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Chris McKee says April 19, 2019

Hello…I am so excited to do this, as I too, am bitten by the bitmoji bug. I do have a question for you. Would it be possible for you to create the template into a Google Slide? My iMac does not have PPT, and I cannot open in on Keynote. If not…I will figure something else out. Thanks

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    mlgiannattasio says May 8, 2019

    Hmmm… I would recommend seeing if Avery has a template available for download that you can use instead. If not, let me know and I’ll see if I can create one 🙂

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Randi M. says April 22, 2019

Thank you so much for this information and providing a template!!! So helpful! Cannot wait to use these with my students next school year. Yay!!!

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    mlgiannattasio says May 8, 2019

    Yay!! Let me know what you think! I hope you love them.

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mt says April 25, 2019

This is amazing! Is there a way I can edit the size of the template? I have sticker sheets that have 4 columns and 5 rows, each square being 45x45mm

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    mlgiannattasio says May 8, 2019

    Thank you! Umm you could try to look up the company that you purchased the stickers from and see if they have a template available for download and plug the bitmojis in on that 🙂

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Jen says May 8, 2019

I downloaded the PowerPoint, but I don’t see little boxes. Am I doing something wrong?

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    mlgiannattasio says May 8, 2019

    Hello! I just updated the file. I think I used an older version of powerpoint and it wasn’t coming up for anyone! Let me know if this new one works 🙂 Sorry for the inconvenience!
    -Michele

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Ashli says May 29, 2019

When I copy and paste the bitmoji the background is black. But its not when I copy it. Any suggestions?

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    mlgiannattasio says May 29, 2019

    Hmm.. I haven’t had that happen before.. if you paste it somewhere else, does the same thing happen?

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Jaclyn says June 10, 2019

I am so excited to use this template! Thank you! I was looking online to purchase from a store, but this is more convenient and less expensive. Can’t wait to put them on students paper next school year!

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