Stickers and decorations are collectable items within LittleBigPlanet that do not have any physical properties. They are accessable to the player in both Play and Create mode, and may even be placed in a player's Pod.
How to use
To use stickers and decorations, press to select an item, then use the left analog stick to move it around the environment. Move the left analog stick to move the sticker/decoration and move the right analog stick up or down to change its size and left or right to turn it. You can also press R3 to flip the sticker/decoration. Once you are content with the size and location of the sticker/decoration, press to stamp the chosen embellishment into place. Press to return to the Popit Menu.
How to remove
To remove a sticker or decoration, open the Popit Menu, Choose the Stickers & Decorations icon and select the Stickers & Decorations Edit Tool. Use the left anaglon stick to move the Edit Tool over the undesired item, which will emit a glow. Press button to lift the item into the air and press to delete it and exit the Popit Menu. Another method of removing stickers and decorations is quite similar. Like the last one, you use the edit tool and move it to the undesired object(s), but press . This simply removes the sticker from wherever it was placed. It is better for removing large amounts of stickers and/or decorations quickly, like when one of your friends starts spamming stickers and decorations everywhere.
Using the PlayStation Eye
If a PlayStation Eye is connected to the PlayStation 3 and the player has collected a PlayStation Eye sticker, they can create personalised pictures by pointing the PlayStation Eye at the desired subject, opening the Popit Menu, choosing the Stickers & Decorations icon and selecting the PlayStation Eye Camera page. They may then select a sticker shape and move it around the scenery: when it's in the right place, they must simply press to capture the image and 'stick' it to the level.
There are 14 categories of stickers, titled: Animals, Architecture, Body, Colours, Concepts, Decorative, Doodles, Face, Foliage, Objects, Realistic, Scenic, Signs and Text.