Here is a fun idea for all of us Universal Monsters fans for this October. We need to scour the internet and purchase all of these 1982 Reusable foil stickers featuring our favorite monsters and wherever we happen to visit post one…in a legal spot and without vandalizing anything…to let other Retroist fans know we’ve been there!
Say like if you were going to visit the Monster-Mania Con this weekend?
You can hop on over to Embrace123’s Etsy shop to pick up this particular sticker pack.
When I was a kid, you did not rate your teacher on how well they taught. You wanted them to be permissive and have a great set of stickers. I was lucky enough to go through most of my grammar school years with some amazing educators who carried a vast array of stickers with them to school every day. From famous cartoons o scratch and sniff, they had it all. The best teachers would even have holiday themed stickers to pull out when the autumn and winter months crept up. These stickers were so great they would make you WANT to do good on a test. Hey wait a minute!! The Peanut Halloween stickers are some of my favorites from above were some of my favorite.
I especially loved getting a sticker with Snoopy on it since at the time I was a Snoopy collector. Peanuts Halloween Sticker Snoopy was just about the best thing I could get on my tests. They were probably more of a treat because I rarely earned one.
Peanuts (the comic, not the nut) are an important part of Halloween for me. I want them to be an important part of Halloween for my daughter as well. So when I found this mini Peanuts coloring book at Target for $1, I snapped it up.
The book has all kinds of great images. None of them are really Great Pumpkin-oriented, but they all are Halloweeny.
And it also came with these great stickers.
I don’t know if this coloring book will make Peanuts a treasured part of my daughter’s Halloween, but it is just one more way in which they are a treasured part of mine.
In the 1970s ecology was all the rage and almost every spokes-creature, monarch and clown was trying to pass the message along. I was never a Litterbird of course, but I do remember seeing people toss huge wads of trash out the windows of moving cars. So much freedom in those days you could almost choke on it.