Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Oh Snap! Lisa Frank!

Oh Snap!  Lisa Frank!

Oh Snap!  Lisa Frank!

Look at what I found in an old box today!  Lisa Frank stationery from when I was a kid!  I looooooved Lisa Frank- especially her stickers.  Wish I still had some of those left too!  Did you guys ever have "sticker clubs" where you traded stickers or was that just me and my nerdy friends?  Man, that brings me back!  I remember looking at artists like Lisa Frank and Mary Engelbreit when I was younger and knowing that I just had to be an artist when I "grew up"

7 comments:

Delaney Gates said...

I credit Lisa Frank for planting the seed for my love of all things paper. What a fun post. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

~e (that's me!) said...

that is awesome! I have a slew of packs in a box too..I was the kid that never wanted to use them bc they were too pretty! and yes..sticker books were all the rage in the 80's..still have those too. :)

Kaye Prince said...

Oh yes! I remember loving this stuff too and I bet if I dug around back home I could probably find some. And yes, I did participate in sticker club too! I think I had a Sandy Lion sticker book, and I bet I could find it too!

Hey Genevieve? Are you going to Market in May? I am, and I thought it would be fun to say hi!

Genevieve Gail said...

Hey Kaye! Not going to Market in May, but should be there in the Fall! Market is a lot of fun- you will have a great time!!!

angela | the painted house said...

HECK YEAH, I traded stickers. And Lisa Frank was totally the most prized. I still have my book and un-stuck stickers (some were too precious to peel the backing) somewhere packed away. That is a real nerd. Thanks for the memories. :)

And could anyone do unicorns better than Lisa Frank? Really?

The Dreaming Bear said...

Oh my, yes! I was the QUEEN of stickers in my little neighborhood! I still have several of my albums, which makes my kids giggle. I once made a lame attempt to have a sticker club, with a newsletter and everything, but wasn't organized enough to pull it off! Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

Stefanie Scarborough said...

If you didn't have a Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper or pencil case, then you didn't have a clue! Hahaha! I love it! What a delightful slice of dostalgia...