Souvenir windshield decals are a part of America's summer vacation history. Their heyday was the Golden Age of highway travel, 1945-1970. Once the most common roadside souvenir, they're now gone.
We’ve been obsessively collecting (honestly, hoarding) them for years:
Camp’s canned ham, Airstream, travel trunks, suitcases, every vehicle - from the firetruck to the golf cart sport them. We’ve been dreaming & failing for over a decade to find a vendor to reproduce them in their exact water transfer technology form, with little luck - but we finally got pretty close.
* Managed to find the old-school glassine sleeves.
* Found the old school instructions that we'll include.
* Located manufacturer for the souvenir sticker. (Remember how every souvenir stand tchotchke from the 30s-70s had that tiny little round metallic ’Souvenir of' sticker on the bottom?)
*From deadstock images, we created five different designs for this collection.
Sold as a set of 5.
➕ stickers range in size, general measurement 3" x 5"
➕ on UV Laminated clear sticker
➕ glassine sleeve measures 3.75" x 5"