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Retro Roadmap Oval Stickers Now Available!

Posted on: June 22, 2012


Are you Retro?

Then you need a Retro Roadmap sticker to let the world know!

Retro Roadmap Oval Stickers

These are 3×5 oval vinyl stickers perfect for your car bumper, vintage camper, guitar case, cooler, toolbox or what have you.

If you want one, just send a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope to me at:

Retro Roadmap
P.O. Box 896
Phoenixville PA 19460

any quantity more than 1, please include $1 for each additional sticker – thanks!

(And PS, if you look at this sticker closely you might see that the sticker in front looks a little stroobly at the top and bottom – that’s because it was the first one on the stack – I was just so excited to share them with you that I didn’t properly “stage” the photo! No worries, tho – the rest of the stickers look positively fabulous!)

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  • jeannette

    I can’t wait to get mine, I hope you don’t run out!!!

    • I’ll make sure to set one aside for you Jeannette – promise! 🙂

  • Rob

    Where did you get that “vonderful goot” pa dutch fabric? My wife sews and is always on the lookout for the dutchie fabric. (we are in lower Lebanon county, not too far from Phoenixville)
    Thoroughly enjoy your website/blog….

    • Rob- thanks for the kind words, and glad you like my tablecloth! I have totally fallen in love with the graphic lines and cheery colors of the Penna Dutch hex signs ever since I moved to PA. While one of my cloths I actually found thrifting, I actually found one at a Not To Be Missed Retro Roadmap Fave PA Attraction “Roadside America” in Shartlesville- they’ve got a great gift shop next door: http://retroroadmap.com/2010/05/11/roadside-america-shartlesville-pa-my-favorite-vintage-attraction/

      If I remember correctly, the nice ladies there – or it might have been at the (sigh, now closed) Jacob Zooks store, that they’re no longer making the fabric. You might get in touch with Cindy Zook on the Zook Family Hex Signs website: http://www.hexsigns.com/pages/frontpage to see if they have any cloths, as I bought one for my sister there a few years ago, before I got bit by the hex bug! (and on a tangent, I should probably drive past the Jacob Zooks building, but I’m afraid I won’t find it there anymore!

      Good luck to you and your crafty wife – hope you find some! And if I see any in my travels I’ll let you know!

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