These would look so Cool on some of my Vintage Suitcases! I'm an incurable Collector of so many things it would be hard to narrow it down to a single Collection. *Winks*
I think you need one from Toronto! I'll keep my eyes open for you : ) Suzannehttp://www.suzannecarillo.com
Yes, I do!
What a great collection, and I'm sure you'll be thinking of the places you've visited every time you open the armoire. I always bring mementos home. They can be anything, really, including stickers, once in a while. xxx
I often collect an item of clothing or jewellery to remind me of my travels. Inside a wardrobe is a great spot for stickers.Xo Jazzy Jack
I am an avid collector of many things, not of travel stickers but I quite love all collections. Your set of stickers is adorable and also a great way to remember your travels!Fashion and Cookies - fashion and beauty blog
Oh, I love these! L collects some stickers for his big metal lunchbox, but I don't really do travel souvenirs anymore. I used to do a Christmas ornament from each place, but since we got Vizzini, we can't put the tree up anymore.
How cool! Definitely a great idea to bring the vacation back with you. My mother in law used to get fridge magnets or patches for her jacket
ohh, what a nice collection. I also collect show pieces and jewelries from the places I visit and often they remind me the happiness of that time.Love <3Have a great day <3http://www.rakhshanda-chamberofbeauty.com/
Amazing collection !!
Your stickers are cool but I am strangely adverse to stickers as an adult- I just find that I don't like labels or stickers of any sort, even though I loved them as a kid!
Very cool. This is one thing that I don’t collect! I would love to see a feature wall of these! Great reminders of happy times,❤️❤️❤️Elle https://theellediaries.com/
When I was younger I would collect postcards from trips, in fact I still have a box full of them. Nowadays I buy antiques or vintage clothing in my trips. I make sure whatever I am buying is / was made locally. For example from Argentina I bought a 1950s Phillips radio that was locally made.