I’m a child of the 80’s. Does anyone else remember sticker books?
Oh my, the amount of my hard earned money I spent on stickers from the local Hallmark store in the mall. That store called to me when I stepped into the mall . . . . . “Julie, I’m over here . . . . I have a whole sticker section just waiting for you”. They had puffy stickers! Yeah, imagine that. And sparkly ones too. Ooh, ooh, and there were scratch and sniff ones. Ahhh. The occasional teddy bear with soft fuzzy parts on it, like a real teddy bear. All on rolls and I swear they were like a buck a piece. I don’t recall how much they were for sure, but I recall them being expensive by a 10 year old’s standards. I didn’t give up my for just any ole sticker either. I’d ponder, hem haw and ponder some more over which sticker was going to be worthy of my 50cents that day.
Here I am, 40’ish with 2 little boys. They love stickers too. And we have tons of them on sheets that we pick up from the prize department at any array of kids games and birthday parties.
They love to “stick” them. But where to? To the fridge – yeah try scrapping those off of a stainless steel fridge – good times I tell ya, good times.
Yeah, the problem is, they don’t have this fancy shmancy “sticker book” (aka a photo album with a puppy on the cover) that I once had. So, I got to thinking, “I need to find them a place to stick it”. Call me cheap, but I wasn’t about to go out and buy them a puppy photo album for their stickers, however I am a creative kind of gal so I drummed up an idea.
I would design and publish them their very own personalized sticker book!
What a genius idea! Damn I’m good.
So, while they were napping the other day, I snuck into my office, grabbed a piece of artwork they had created, scanned it into the puter (my nickname for my computer – not to be confused with seldom seen body parts), added some text to the front, some Mommy words of widsom to the bottom of each page and whallah!
This shows the cover (left) and back cover (right) It is 8.5 x 11, with about 6 pages inside to fill up with stickers. And each page at the bottom has a little note such as: I love you, be kind to others, etc.
Yeah, too cute eh?
And then I wondered if other parents are looking for something like this. And if so, I would be more than happy to personalize and publish one for their little sticker monsters too.
My stainless fridge thanks me, my end tables are thanking me, my kids bedroom furniture is thanking me.
Would you like to get this sticker book for your kids?
Just $14.99, includes personalized cover, and shipping. Yeah – what a deal! And your furniture will be thanking you too!
Order by contacting me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 563-568-5352
OR, take this cute idea and make and print your own.
Ahhh, I can hear your fridge sighing with relief already.