Sticker sheets and sizes

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I have several different sizes of sticker sheets I’d like to send my sponsored child. I was wondering: some of the sheets are 8x14 and others are only 4x6. Are the bigger sizes too big to send? Can they be folded as long as they fit into the correct size envelope? Or do they have to be same size as the envelope and unfolded? Also, do the smaller sized 4x6 sticker sheets count towards our 6 pages limit? I have heard others mentioned taping the smaller sheets to a bigger sheet of plain paper so it counts as one sheet. Is this acceptable/ recommended?
Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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Hi Sara, 

Thank you so much for checking with us on this! It is truly appreciated so that we can ensure your sweet kiddos get these wonderful stickers! Our kiddos love receiving stickers! :)

Please know that everything you send must be 8 1/2 by 11 or smaller. The smallest item you can send cannot be smaller than a business card. If you have larger pages, you cannot fold them, but if possible, you could trim them down. If you have smaller ones, each one will count as a "page" unless you choose to tape them to a regular sheet of paper. If it were me, I would personally tape them to a sheet of paper so that they are more organized and less easy to drop or lose for the sweet kiddo, but that is totally up to you! 

Thank you again for all your continued blessings! Your love, encouragement and blessings you send your kiddos makes a huge impact on their little lives! :)

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