My grandmother put stickers on everything that she mailed or wrapped. They came on envelopes, postcards and packages. She bought them everywhere. Do you remember the little sticker books that were about 3 x 5" and had pages of punch out stickers? They came in all sorts of varieties and subjects. Most of these are from the late 1960s and early 1970s.I don't know why, but one day my grandmother seems to have gone through all her little books and punched out all the little stickers and I found them all neat and tidy in an old case for a deck of cards. Fittingly it had a rose on it.... I am keeping some of the stickers for sentimental reasons but am letting the rest go. I have listed a few in my shop but I have tons more ;-)
What would you do with these stickers if you had them to use in a project or two or three?
Muna (munna) was my grandmother and probably one of my favorite things to do as a child, a teenager and an adult was to listen to her stories. I hope to share some of that joy and humor through retelling some of her stories here...
I am presently selling items in my new Etsy shop that I have kept in boxes and am not using and probably will never use. Many were my grandmother's or my mother's or from my own collections but all are ready and willing to have new homes.