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The Great Escape

A trend rising in popularity, escape rooms require participants to use team up and use their wits to solve larger-than-life puzzles. The ultimate goal, of course, being to escape a locked room, escapees thrive on the challenge an elaborately designed escape room poses, solving puzzle after puzzle until freedom is finally within reach. The first […]

Real Odd Jobs

America is reopening at a dizzying rate, and rebounding businesses all across the country are hanging “help wanted” signs in their windows. With so many opportunities for employment rapidly becoming available, prospective employees are enjoying a broad selection of potential occupations. While many individuals will find their niche in restaurants or department stores, more adventurous […]

Offbeat Attractions

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As summer approaches, one question looms in the minds of every burned-out student and weary worker: where am I going on vacation? Popular destinations like DisneyWorld and Yellowstone draw millions of visitors each year, but a few hidden gems scattered along the highways and byways of America offer guests a surprising array of entertaining experiences. […]

Hip Hip Hooray for National Corn Dog Day!

On the third Saturday of March, American foodies celebrate what could be the most underrated holiday of the year: National Corn Dog Day. This scrumptious celebration was established in 1992 when a handful of food-savvy basketball fans realized that corn dogs were the perfect snack to savor while watching March Madness match-ups, making it appropriate […]

Dig Up Some Roots!

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When you think of genealogy, your mind may automatically produce memories of countless family reunions where your elderly relatives would pass around tattered documents and worn-out scrapbooks and reminisce on the lives of familial ancestors. Now, with the popularization of technology, genealogical discoveries could be only a click away. New inventions such as mail order […]

Meet the Mammoth of Kentucky

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Deep under the soil of Edmonson County, Kentucky, a behemoth sprawls. Covering an area of approximately 52,800 acres and with passageways spanning a length of 400 miles, Mammoth Cave is the largest know cave in the world. Anthropologists believe that humans began utilizing the cave for shelter and natural resources 4,000 years ago. Scientists have […]

When Life Gives You Scraps

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An unknown author once mused, “Birth certificates show that you were born, death certificates show that you died, scrapbooks show that you really lived.” This philosophy has been adopted by the 25 million Americans who claim scrapbooking as one of their hobbies. Although the majority of established scrapbookers are senior women, this pastime invites both […]

Christmas Mysteries

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Christmas is widely regarded as a season of wonder, but have you ever wondered why we employ some curious customs to celebrate the season? Join The StickerTalk as we delve into the stories behind a few of Christmas’s greatest mysteries. It is common knowledge that good children receive presents in their stockings while naughty kids […]

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

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The Rockefeller Christmas Tree is traditionally a Norway Spruce that is donated for display at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan, New York. The tree is cut and delivered in mid-November and the lighting ceremony occurs the Wednesday after Thanksgiving. Interestingly enough, the tree cannot be more than 100 ft. tall because of the narrow streets around […]

We Need a Little Christmas

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Fall foliage, Thanksgiving gatherings, and… Christmas trees? Maybe you have seen this odd combination of seasonal hallmarks recently! Although holiday décor and music are typically confined to the month of December, many festive folks have adopted the habit of celebrating Christmas much earlier than is typically socially acceptable, and with current events casting a bleak […]

Fall’s Spooky Arrival

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With the arrival of fall, come pumpkins, scarecrows, bats and other spooky Halloween decorations. How did America incorporate this holiday into its seasonal celebrations? Scarecrows actually were used 3,000 years ago to ward off crows who were consuming the farmers’ corn. During medieval times, children would run through the fields throwing stones at the crows […]

“Udder”-ly Adorable!

Have you hugged a cow today? A new health trend suggests you should! An activity originating in the Netherlands, koe knuffelen, or cow-hugging for non-Dutch-speakers, really beefs up the field of therapy animals. Like its name implies, cow-hugging invites stressed individuals to escape their urban anxieties by cuddling with a bovine buddy for a few […]

Balls of Fried Dough?

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In 1998, Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation donated to the Smithsonian Institution a 5-foot contraption which was once America’s most advanced donut maker, “Ring King Jr”. It was Krispy Kreme’s 60th anniversary. However, the Dutch are credited with bringing the now popular breakfast treat to New York under the name of “oylykoeks,” or “oily cakes”. These […]

The Peerless Pug

Possibly the most distinct breed of dog, the pug is easily recognized by its seemingly squished muzzle and curly tail. While the pug has become a beloved companion in households around the world, this playful breed was first bred in ancient China. Buddhist monks of the fifth century were known to keep pugs as pets. […]

A Look at StickerTalk’s 2nd Annual School Supply Giveaway

After an exciting couple of weeks, StickerTalk’s 2nd Annual School Supply Giveaway has come to an end. We would like to thank everyone who participated; you all truly made our giveaway a memorable opportunity for us to become even more involved in our community! This year, we were excited to announce a total of fifteen […]


Student Driver and Nervous Parent Bumper Sticker

Summertime is when many eager teenagers turn sixteen and are exhilarated to begin driving on their own. Although the newly sixteen year old driver may be totally thrilled, the parents are probably a nervous wreck. Today there are many safety features installed in cars to slightly help ease the parents nerves, but this was not […]


Id Rather Be Fishing Magnet

Fishing has been around for a very long time. Some people fish for food while others compete in competitive fishing championships. There are all different varieties of fish in the world, some weighing thousands of pounds and then there are others weighing a few measly grams. There is believed to be about 33,600 different species […]

A Sweet Piece of History

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Chewing gum, considered by many to be the quintessential candy, boasts a particularly storied history. Long before spearmint and cinnamon were staple flavors, Ancient Scandinavians chewed on birch-bark tar. Some experts believe that the tar not only offered some savory satisfaction, but it also helped relieve toothaches. Residents of Ancient Greece also transformed tree resin […]

Lavish Lettering

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Although handwritten letters are slightly making a comeback recently they are mostly a thing of the past. Nowadays most people text, virtually meet, or e-mail, but a long time ago people actually wrote on paper and sent it through the mail. Strange, right? Well, with the ancient ways of communication also came ancient ways of […]


Ballooning Lifts You Up Magnet

We see balloons almost every day whether for birthdays, carnivals, outside stores, or even soaring high in the sky. The first rubber balloon was invented in 1824 for uses in a laboratory by Michael Faraday. However, this is not where balloons got their start. Originally people would fill animal bladders with air to create balloons. […]

Fourth of July

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This year America will be celebrating the 79th Independence day celebration as a national holiday. However, Independence Day, also called the Fourth of July, has been celebrated since the 17th century which makes this coming holiday the 244th Fourth of July. The Fourth of July is an American holiday celebrating America’s independence from British rule. […]

Marching Bands

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Marching band season is right around the corner with football season coming up and you might be thinking what is so special about a marching band? Well, first of all a marching band is a group of musicians who play musical instruments while marching most often led by a drum major who conducts the band […]


When Life Gives You Scraps Make Quilts Vinyl Sticker

There is a plethora of different types of art forms such as, painting, drawing, sculpting, and even gardening, but what about the old timey art of quilting? Not many people today have ever even thought about creating a quilt, nevertheless actually attempting it. However, a long time ago they were practically an essential item. Quilts […]

Bird Watching

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Is that a plane, a cloud, no wait that is a bird! Bird watching is a popular hobby for many bird enthusiasts. The title of bird watching originated as a title of a book by Edmond Selous in 1901. Observing birds was originally only accomplished by shooting down the birds and then examining them. However, […]

Backyard Chickens

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Backyard chickens are becoming more and more popular each day especially during these times with many people being stuck at home. The StickerTalk family has even ventured into the amazing world of chickens with four new additions to the crew. They are four Buff Orpington pullets named Maybelle, Dixie, Honey, and Daisy! Chickens are a […]


Gardeners Spread the Best Dirt Bumper Sticker

Succulents have been rapidly growing in popularity. You can find them in almost every store! But why is this? Well, first of all what is a succulent? The Latin word succu means full of sap or juice, and the leaves and stem of a succulent are full of a sap-like substance. Also, a common misconception […]

Applesauce Cake Day!

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Tall, short, sweet, savory, cakes come in a plethora of flavors and shapes. One cake baked in India measured 17,388 feet long, which is the world’s longest cake. That’s about as long as 435 school busses! Another group of people in Indonesia created a cake that was 108.27 feet tall. The world’s tallest cake! This […]

Unsinkable Sam

For centuries, the stories of sailors have captivated audiences from one end of the world to the other. Tales of terrifying monsters, beautiful mermaids, and otherworldly storms offer intrigue and enthrallment, but these accounts are often debunked as mere myths. However, a more modern sea story offers excitement completely rooted in factual events. During the […]

Man’s Best Friend: Service Dogs

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Service dogs are considered “working dogs,” not “pets”. There are 80 million such dogs living in households within the United States. These dogs are trained to help and be companions for people with disabilities. A service dog helps disabled people lead more independent lives. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service dog […]

Can’t Wait to Graduate

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While few people ever forget their high school graduation, the seniors comprising the Class of 2020 should have no trouble recalling the series of events befalling their unorthodox exit from secondary school. Schools across the nation remain closed for fear of COVID-19, leaving many hopeful seniors wondering what will become of their commencement ceremonies. Summing […]

America’s Awesome Preserved Lands


Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 by Congress preserving federal land in the western United States. The park is located in parts of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho for the “…benefit and enjoyment of the people.” This congressional act began a worldwide effort in creating national parks. President Wilson realized the importance of protecting these […]

Into the Woods We Go

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As business shut their doors and entertainment options become more scarce than ever, many people are turning to nature for leisurely activities. While more common outdoor endeavors include hiking, fishing, and bird watching, more adventurous explorers are spending their time in quarantine pursuing a much different pastime: hunting for Bigfoot. Also called “squatching,” searching for […]

The Making of a Mascot

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If you’ve ever attended a high school, college, or professional sporting event, chances are you encountered a mascot. While mascots play an iconic role in the modern athletic experience, the foundational concept underlying the mascot has existed since prehistoric times. Archaeological evidence suggests that cavemen performed sacred dances while sporting animal masks to appease their […]

Keep Your Paws Clean

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                This is a light-hearted blog to bring you a different perspective to a serious matter. StickerTalk hopes the next time you wash your hands, you will smile and try one of the suggestions below to make this important exercise fun.                 When you were young, you were probably told several times a day, “Go […]

Meet the Mule


In colloquial language, the mule tends to maintain a bad reputation. Derogatory phrases including “stubborn as a mule” and “pack mule” lend a negative connotation to the animal’s name; however, the mule boasts a rich American heritage and a plethora of unique characteristics, making it one of the most interesting domesticated animals to ever grace […]

A Day To Remember Pooh Bear

                Most fictional stories are inspired by events or people in the author’s life. An example are the Winnie-the-Pooh stories by Alan Alexander Milne, better known as A. A. Milne. His son, Christopher Robin, had a menagerie of toy animals. His bear purchased at Harrods in London came with the name of Edward, but Christopher […]

Shake, Shake, Shake Your Boblehead!

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National Bobblehead Day is established as an official National Observance Day to be celebrated annually each year on Jan. 7. It is a day of celebration for all spring-connected head bobbing figurines. Bobbleheads have been popular collectibles since the 20th century. With the use of plastic, mass production of bobbleheads was possible at a reasonable […]

Here We Come A-Caroling

The Christmas carol proves a ubiquitous staple of the holiday season, stretching through time and across cultures. Although many contemporary Christmas pay homage to the Nativity of Jesus Christ, carols were originally anthems of pagan worship. Sung most notably during the celebration of the winter solstice, carols accompanied ritual dances around ceremonial arrangements of stone; […]

46 Years of Harmony in the Harbor

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On October 20, 1973, Queen Elizabeth II officiated the opening ceremony of the iconic Sydney Opera House. Its unique design rising above Sydney Harbor like billowing sails of bygone galleons, this theatrical hub beckons over two million patrons and tourists each year. Although its architectural structure is universally recognized as a symbol of culture and […]

Neither Rain Nor Snow Nor Gloom of Night…

With the fairly recent advent of online shopping, virtual malls sprawl across vast cyberspace, enabling consumers to purchase everything from vehicles to high-quality stickers (wink!) with a few flicks of a finger. The ever-increasing demand for web-based commerce has created more challenges than ever on the United States Postal Service. One of few government services […]

Backyard Barbecue

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The sweltering heat of summer gives way to crisp fall days as multitudes of barbecue lovers lament the traditional end of the outdoor cooking season. Barbecue proves a near and dear commodity to the palates of Americans, especially those residing within the borders of the southernmost states. A traditional staple of Southern cuisine, barbecue was […]

Ice Cream, You Scream for the Mighty Cougar Marching Band

Since the dwindling days of July, the young musicians of Buna High School have congregated on the concrete to tune their marching skills. Bravely forsaking the modern luxury of air conditioning for hours at a time, the Mighty Cougar Marching Band has flexed its determination and endurance to maintain its title, the Pride of Buna. […]

So You Think You Can Teach?

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Recent survey data revealed that, second only to military service, the profession of teaching makes the largest contribution to American society in the eyes of the general public. However, teachers face many obstacles while educating upcoming generations, a challenge so great that nearly half of all teachers abandon the field of education all together before […]

Flying Pigs?

In the United States there is a FLYING PIG MARATHON that has been run in Cincinnati, Ohio, since 1997. In the 1800’s Cincinnati had the nickname “Porkopolis” because of the meat packing industry and all the stockyards there. During this time, pigs could be seen running through the downtown Cincinnati streets to the stockyards. In […]

Outrageous Organs

The organ has long been a favored instrument of church ensembles, rock bands, and classical masters. The instrument’s swelling tones prove incredibly versatile, capable of satisfying any musical taste. Traditional organs rely on a series of pipes to produce sound, but craftsmen have taken a few creative liberties while reimagining this iconic instrument. Fiery in […]

The Fabric of America

The year is 1776. Philadelphia seamstress Elizabeth Ross is struggling to eke out a livelihood. Shortages induced by the American Revolution have crippled her family-owned upholstery business, and her husband, a militiaman, was recently killed while guarding ammunition from the clutches of invading British troops. Shunned by her Quaker family for her decision to marry […]

Canada Day

July 1 is Canada Day.             On July 1, 1867, the United States northern neighbor, Canada, remembers the day when the British North America Act stated that Canada would become an independent dominion of England. The Act combined the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Canada province (which eventually was split into Ontario […]

Falling for Adventure

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A destination famous for attracting honeymooners in droves, Niagara Falls remains a cornerstone of the peerless North American landscape. This collection of cataracts contains three separate waterfalls, Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls. The falls straddle the border of the United States and Canada, often making a trip to this legendary landmark an […]

A Bevy of Beagles

According to recent polls, the beloved beagle is currently the fifth most popular breed of dog in the United States. This popularity, however, claims retrospective reaches in American history. Lyndon B. Johnson, the thirty-sixth president, owned three beagles named Him, Her, and Edgar. The British share our fascination with the breed as Queen Elizabeth I […]

Fresh Faces

The StickerTalk family is proud to announce the addition of two new members! Allow us to introduce you to StickerTalk’s latest recruits: Peyton Garner is a recent honor graduate of Buna High School’s Class of 2019. In addition to graduating with honors, Peyton was also the president of the BHS chapter of Christians in Action […]

Cryptic Critters

Bigfoot, the Yeti, and the Loch Ness Monster: all of these fabled figures are classified as cryptids. Experts in this field of study, called cryptozoologists, define a cryptid as an unusual animal that appears in folklore but careens outside the accepted limits of scientific possibility; meager amounts of evidence often support the idea of a […]

Live It Up With Our New Light Dots™!

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Businessman Neil Blumenthal once said, “Creativity flows when curiosity is stoked.” Here at StickerTalk, our curiosity was recently piqued when Great Smoky Mountains National Park reached out to us concerning a unique opportunity for ingenuity. This picturesque national park sponsors an observatory event centered around the synchronous firefly, an illuminating insect native to the Smokies. […]

Gone Fishing

Bass fishing has become a multibillion-dollar industry. Professional fishermen are no different than other sports professionals; they are constantly looking for the best gear they can afford. Just like there are numerous tennis rackets and golf clubs to choose from, there is a large selection of rods, lures, reels, lines, and electronic depth and fish-finding […]

Luck of the… Welsh?

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A celebration that makes other holidays turn green with envy, St. Patrick’s Day offers a heaping helping of Irish culture and folklore to revelers around the globe. This holiday was designed as an observance to honor Ireland’s patron saint; however, St. Patrick’s Day’s domain now reaches far beyond religion and into the secular celebratory sphere. […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates the Redbud Festival

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The second Saturday in March ushers in the annual pomp of the Redbud Festival for StickerTalk’s hometown of Buna, Texas. This spring celebration began with the establishment of the Miss Buna Pageant in 1957, an effort by the Buna Volunteer Fire Department to raise money for their fledgling organization. A truly down-home event, the first […]

Keep Your Eye on the… Screen?

For most people, the term “sport” spurs ideas of athleticism or images of players competing on a field or court in an all out test of athletic skill. While these ideas and images are not wrong, the definition of “sport” is quickly changing to encompass new genres. As computers become more powerful and readily available, […]

Happy Birthday, George!

Each year on February 22, America celebrates the birthday of our first president, the illustrious George Washington. Although his main claim to fame lies in his political leadership, Washington’s biography hosts a variety of unexpected truths and trivia. On what would have been his 288th birthday, join The StickerTalk on a historical hike through the […]

A Subterranean Spectacle

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Hidden under the towering peaks of Arizona’s Guadalupe Mountains, Carlsbad Caverns National Park hosts a horde of otherworldly wonders and spooky surprises. Believed to be the oldest network of caves on the planet, this collection of colossal caverns offers both nature lovers and history buffs an opportunity to exercise their expertise as the park represents […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates Valentine’s Day Around the World

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A celebration of love and goodwill, Valentine’s Day heralds visions of candy, cards, and stuffed animals. Although these motifs may seem universal, each culture entertains a unique mode of revelry. In this edition of The StickerTalk, join us on a virtual globe tour to explore Valentine’s Day around the world! In Denmark, pristine snowdrops replace […]

Winter Weather Wonders

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On the frigid morning of February, 2, 2019, Americans from coast to coast celebrated Punxsutawney Phil’s prediction of an early spring when the meteorologically-inclined rodent proved unable to see his shadow. While the American holiday of Groundhog Day may seem eternally rooted in tradition and folklore, other cultures and eras have developed other quirky customs […]

The Delightful Development of Dentistry

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A practice specializing in oral health and nervous patients, dentistry proves a fascinating field of study that springs from the first glimmers of civilization. Historians theorize that the first dentists existed in early Indus Valley communities. Although the Indus Valley dentists left no literature behind, medial pioneers in ancient Samaria published a string of dental […]

The Tremendous Trombone

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Distinguished by its unmatched timbre and unique assortment of physical traits, the trombone continues to remain one of Western music’s most popular instruments. The modern trombone traditionally is confined to roles in symphony ensembles, concert bands, or jazz groups, but the horn’s historical foundation proves much broader in nature. In this edition of The StickerTalk, […]

A Resolution Revolution

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The resolution: a tradition typically embraced during the initial onslaught of the new year’s temptations but eventually abandoned for the sake of comfort and routine. While many consider new year’s resolutions a fairly modern blight on humanity’s resolve, these annual objectives have existed since ancient times. Approximately four thousand years ago, ancient Babylonians created resolutions […]

New Year, Time-Honored Traditions

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New Year’s Day traditionally embodies sentiments of hope and lauds the coming year’s abundance of opportunities. While these uplifting themes prove universal throughout most languages and cultures, the medium of celebration varies from nation to nation. In 2018’s final edition of The StickerTalk, our blog surveys the assorted array of international customs and curiosities surrounding […]

Christmas Around the World, Take Two

Christmas Around the World, Take Two A cross-cultural celebration, Christmas has been translated into a multitude of languages and customs. Although we here in Southeast Texas religiously observe Christmas with such treasured traditions as sweet potato pie, fried turkey, and short-sleeves, curiosity is nevertheless piqued by the international and exotic; so, in what has become […]

A Tree-Riffic Tradition

A Tree-Riffic Tradition “Sprucing” up the holidays since the 1500s, Christmas trees typically prove a common sight during December. Like many customs, this annual evergreen exposition has experienced evolution over the course of past centuries and varying cultures. Join The StickerTalk as we needle into the lifeblood, er… sap, of the tradition of the Christmas […]

Merry and Bright

Merry and Bright A custom of quintessential quality, the annual display of Christmas lights has a deep-rooted history in civilized society. The tradition of lighting a Christmas tree is believed to have been established by Martin Luther, the priest responsible for the Protestant Reformation. A lover of nature, Luther attempted to replicate the serenity of starlight […]

An Evening With Elves

An Evening With Elves From careful connoisseurs of conduct to skillful surveyors of sweets, Santa’s task force of elves fills a multitude of roles during the Christmas season. While some aspects of an elf’s life and labor seem universal, its appearance differs from culture to culture. Join The StickerTalk as we embark on an elven […]

A Rendezvous With Reindeer

A Rendezvous With Reindeer Santa’s preferred beast of burden and a zoological favorite among the young and young at heart, the humble reindeer headlines each December as the North Pole’s crowning critter. Traditional folklore states that a team of reindeers powers Santa’s annual international escapade, but how much additional information about this unique animal is […]

The Perfectly Pleasant Poinsettia

The Perfectly Pleasant Poinsettia A traditional icon of Christmas, the poinsettia’s striking colors have added an abundance of cheer to holiday celebrations for centuries. It is said that the poinsettia was first introduced to American greenhouses by Joel Roberts Poinsett. Poinsett, the first American ambassador to Mexico and the plant’s namesake, was enamored by this […]

Dazzling December

Dazzling December As the year winds to its conclusion, the month of December finally begins, bringing numerous holidays, frosty weather, and a plethora of time-honored traditions. In this edition of The StickerTalk, join us as we discover some of December’s most delightful details. The name “December” traces its roots back to Ancient Rome, “decem” being […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates Thanksgiving Around the Globe

The StickerTalk Celebrates Thanksgiving Around the Globe An observance as old as America itself, Thanksgiving annually commemorates the survival of the pilgrims in the New World. While Thanksgiving is undeniably, uniquely American, a multitude of other cultures throughout the world celebrate holidays of gratitude. Join The StickerTalk on an international expedition of appreciation as we […]

Cape Cod’s Countless Curiosities

Cape Cod’s Countless Curiosities An area comprised of picturesque Atlantic coastline, Cape Cod’s natural allure invites admirers from all corners of the globe to bask in a haven from modern perils. This scenic peninsula proves to be a hotspot for tourism and culture, providing its visitors both carefree entertainment and intellectual enlightenment. In this edition […]

Thank You, Veterans!

Thank You, Veterans! General George S. Patton once stated, “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.” Taking a leaf from General Patton, Americans annually celebrate our veterans on November 11, a tradition that began on November 11, 1919. Exactly one year following […]

Oh Happy Day!

Oh Happy Day! A day that’s as unique as you, birthdays prove universal in all languages, cultures, and eras. Heralded by cakes, presents, and parties, people everywhere anticipate birthdays as a celebration of life and love. In this edition of The StickerTalk, join us as we slice into the sweet histories and obscurities surrounding the […]

Easy as Pie

Easy as Pie From the all-American apple to the fall flavors of pumpkin, pies are a culinary staple across the nation. These popular pastries appear at the pinnacle of potlucks, picnics, and parties, making any meal just a little sweeter. Join The StickerTalk as we survey a slice of the pie’s flavorful history. Pies were […]

Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect A picture is worth a thousand words; almost everyone has heard this ancient adage. However, many people are not familiar with the picture’s equally intriguing role in politics, society, and discovery. Strike a pose with The StickerTalk as we explore the colorful world of photography! Although cameras have been utilized extensively since the […]

Hotdog for Hotdogs!

Hotdog for Hotdogs! The hotdog, both a slang term suggesting excellence or a tasty treat enjoyed at picnics and baseball games, serves as an American cultural icon. A dish that has revolutionized the culinary industry and forever altered the palates of the American diner, hotdogs are currently served in a plethora of forms and fashions, […]

Tupelo: Terrifically Trendy and Thoroughly Thrilling

Tupelo: Terrifically Trendy and Thoroughly Thrilling Although not typically considered a monstrous metropolis, the city of Tupelo, Mississippi, serves as a hub of culture and history. Its unique location allows Tupelo to harbor both serene, natural beauty and modern innovations, making the community a complex fusion of the area’s rich past and its promising future. […]

Amazing Aspects of Autumn

Amazing Aspects of Autumn Officially beginning at 8:54 PM on September 22, autumn has commenced its annual reclamation of both weather and foliage, prompting fans of fall to don a light jacket and order a pumpkin spice latte. Although autumn is generally recognized for its more obvious characteristics such as gradually decreasing temperatures and leaves […]

The Ever-Popular Pumpkin

The Ever-Popular Pumpkin The pleasantly plump pumpkin has recently gained notoriety as the key ingredient for a litany of pumpkin-spice-flavored seasonal eats, drinks, and treats. However, the pumpkin possesses a variety of other charms besides its inexplicable ability to enhance the flavor of lattes in coffeeshops across the nation. Join The StickerTalk as we carve […]

They’ve Got Spirit, Yes They Do!

They’ve Got Spirit, Yes They Do! From pyramids to pompoms and from flight to flips, cheerleaders and their assorted arsenal of acrobatics have played an integral role in athletic contests for over a century. Today’s ever-optimistic cheerleader brightens up sporting events, rallies school spirit, and even participates in competitive cheering events, but the modern cheerleader […]

Volleyball’s Vivid Vying

Volleyball’s Vivid Vying Fast-paced and packed with exciting action, volleyball has been entertaining both athletes and spectators since 1895. William G. Morgan, the man additionally responsible for the creation of basketball, invented the sport for the students under his instruction at his local YMCA. By fusing aspects of already existing sports, including tennis, basketball, and […]

The Prized Pekingese

The Prized Pekingese Characterized by its regal demeanor and poofy pelt, the Pekingese boasts the title of one of the most ancient and pure dog breeds still in existence. The Pekingese’s past is ornamented with colorful folklore and truthful tales of the breed’s character and cultural importance. In this edition of The StickerTalk, we invite […]

Magnificent Moscow

Magnificent Moscow It’s the largest city on the European continent, so it comes as no surprise that Moscow, Russia, effortlessly attracts the attention of wandering wayfarers. Boasting a rich history and unique customs, Moscow’s far reaches shelter a plethora of secrets. In this edition of The StickerTalk, we invite you to delve into the endless […]

Split Opinions

Split Opinions Although considered an emblem of the American past, the exquisitely extravagant banana split still boasts the ability to make mouths water and diets be conveniently forgotten. In fact, this sweet treat garners such an abundance of attention that Americans annually dedicate August 25 as National Banana Split Day. In spite of the banana […]

In De-Nile

In De-Nile An unequalled fusion of archaic ages and fresh fashion, the nation of Egypt perpetually serves as a source of amazement for the inquisitive. While modern Egyptians boast a rich culture and curious customs, much of the country’s allure stems from the era of the Egyptian pharaohs. The StickerTalk invites you to travel back […]

We’re “Rooting” for You!

We’re “Rooting” for You! As summer vacation draws to a close, marching bands across the country ready themselves for successful seasons. Of course, the Mighty Cougar Marching Band, located in StickerTalk’s hometown of Buna, Texas, is no exception. Dedicating themselves to musical excellence and the art of discipline, this group is sure to impress and […]

Sunflower Power

Sunflower Power A floral favorite, the sunflower’s distinctive yellow petals can add a bit of brightness to any garden. Whether you enjoy its delectable seeds or simply revel in the flower’s aesthetic charm, the sunflower’s versatility offers a wide array of pleasures to a multitude of tastes. Not only does the sunflower delight the eye […]

Fowl Play

Fowl Play Besides serving as the subject of the ever-popular, yet increasingly cliche joke, chickens also populate countless farms across the globe as one of the most widely domesticated animals on Earth. Although the word “chicken” has become synonymous with cowardice and dimwittedness, these festively feathered fowls prove entertaining pets as well as an immersive […]

A Class Act

A Class Act As the dog days of summer wind to a close, young musicians lay aside the leisures of of the season and take up their instruments, flocking to band halls and practice fields. Seamlessly weaving together musicianship, discipline, and camaraderie, marching band plays an integral role in the lives of countless students, molding […]

Head and Shoulders Above the Rest

Head and Shoulders Above the Rest A beacon of freedom and an emblem of unity, Mount Rushmore towers above all other national monuments. This titanic sculpture draws countless crowds of tourists annually, offering pristine views of the Black Hills of South Dakota and opportunities for patriotic ponderings and reflections. Although the sculpture gracing Mount Rushmore […]

The Fabulous Flamingo

The Fabulous Flamingo They are absolutely everywhere: from front yards to zoos and from aquariums to amusement parks, flamingos brighten up any environment! Although these brilliant birds originally hail from tropical climates, they have found their way into the hearts of avian enthusiasts across the globe. In this edition of The StickerTalk, we have assembled […]

The Keys to Musicality

The Keys to Musicality The piano is perhaps the most versatile musical instrument in existence. From sophisticated concert halls to adrenaline-fueled rock concerts, the humble piano boasts the unique capability to transcend a plethora of genres. Easy enough to seem approachable to young students yet simultaneously daunting to even the most seasoned musician, this instrument […]

Sensational San Francisco

Sensational San Francisco Boasting sweeping scenery, a diverse culture, and a vivid past, the city of San Francisco entertains an assorted array of tastes and curiosities. From the pristine waters of the San Francisco Bay to its endless blocks of historical architecture, San Francisco represents the epitome of all things American. Due to its complex […]

Pickleball: It’s a Big Dill

Pickleball: It’s a Big Dill The noteworthy sport of pickleball has recently garnered attention as a favored pastime of innovative athletes. A relatively new sport, pickleball harbors an array of enigmas to the average observer; because the sport is a complex blend of other games, it may seem difficult to understand or enjoy. However, pickleball’s […]

Amazing Alaska

Amazing Alaska Stretching across the northern wilderness, the state of Alaska proves a modern marvel of civilization. From snow-capped mountain peaks to famous dog sled races, the Last Frontier offers a variety of wonders to travelers of all ages and backgrounds. In this biweekly edition of The StickerTalk, we hope to highlight a handful of […]

Aiming High

Aiming High A sport dating back to the pinnacle of ancient Egypt, archery requires both physical strength and careful cunning. Because each generation has adopted its own variation of the sport, archery boasts a rich heritage steeped in a plethora of cultures and customs. In this edition of The StickerTalk, we have amassed an assorted […]

Westward Bound!

Westward Bound! In spite of its sleek, futuristic design, the Gateway Arch traces its roots back to the early days of American exploration. This magnificent monument’s origins begin with the Louisiana Purchase of 1803; President Thomas Jefferson, driven by the dream of national expansion, acquired over 800,000,000 square miles of formerly French land for the […]

Dynamic Dads

Dynamic Dads Each year, the third Sunday in June is reserved for the celebration of Father’s Day. A holiday honoring the traditional protector and provider for the household, Father’s Day has been celebrated since the early 1900s. The fatherly festival owes much of its existence to Sonora Smart Dodd, the “Mother of Father’s Day.” Inspired […]

The Marvelous Mastiff

The Marvelous Mastiff A dog characterized by its oxymoronic combination of sheer mass and gentle demeanor, the Mastiff is often considered one of the oldest breeds in existence. Although modern Mastiffs often prove leisure-loving giants, the breed’s colorful past contains stories of valor, vengeance, and suspense. In this edition of The StickerTalk, we have mustered […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates National Aquarium Month

The StickerTalk Celebrates National Aquarium Month Fittingly, the month of June serves as National Aquarium Month. As the weather warms and beachgoers flock to the shorelines, conservationists hope this month-long celebration will inspire intrigue in curious minds concerning the native inhabitants of our beloved oceans. A timeless tradition, aquariums trace their extensive roots to ancient times. […]

Bison and Badgers and Deer, Oh My!

Bison and Badgers and Deer, Oh My! The world’s first national park, Yellowstone National Park has been amazing visitors since its establishment in 1872. From gushing geysers to towering forests, Yellowstone’s abundance of natural wonders serves as a timeless source of inspiration for people of all ages, backgrounds, and creeds. Yellowstone, an expansive region, sprawls […]

The Limitless Llama

The Limitless Llama A creature bursting with character, the llama has taken popular culture by storm. Its unruly appearance coupled with its distinctive disposition make this animal a supreme subject for the curious and creative. However, there is more to the llama than meets the eye. Llamas boast an extensive service in domestication; first utilized […]

Thanks a Million, Mom!

Thanks a Million, Mom! A holiday honoring relentless maternal love, Mother’s Day became an official American holiday in 1914 when President Woodrow Wilson formally dedicated the second Sunday of May to this momentous celebration of motherhood. Children traditionally observe Mother’s Day by showering their mothers with flowers, cards and gifts to express their gratitude to […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week

The StickerTalk Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week Society’s unsung heroes, teachers of all education levels perpetually strive to educate and equip the next generation of achievers. From English teachers to music educators and vocational teachers to coaches, all teachers seek to exemplify altruism, selflessly sacrificing for the benefit of their students. In this biweekly edition of […]

Express Yourself with StickerTalk’s Apple Watch Button Dots™

Express Yourself with StickerTalk’s Apple Watch Button Dots™ StickerTalk is excited to introduce a new line of products: Apple Watch Button Dots™! Made with the same care, expertise, and quality as our world-renowned bumper stickers, our Apple Watch Button Dots™ offer our customers an additional opportunity to express themselves. Our inventory includes a range of patterns to […]

An Out-of-This-World City

An Out-of-This-World City A city shrouded in enigma, Roswell, New Mexico, existed in peaceful obscurity until the year 1947 when Roswell native Mac Brazel discovered an unidentifiable pile of wreckage in his pasture. Brazel, along with panicked neighbors, attributed the heap of distorted metal, plastic, and foil to extraterrestrial activity. When soldiers quickly responded to […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates International Jazz Day

The StickerTalk Celebrates International Jazz Day On April 30 musicians around the world will celebrate International Jazz Day. A truly unequalled musical genre, jazz invites listeners of all backgrounds to immerse themselves in its rich harmonies and unusual rhythms. Jazz’s unique flair can be traced to the style’s origins. The genre was born when slaves […]

Bodacious Bowling

Bodacious Bowling The sport of bowling, both engrossing and exacting in nature, boast a lengthy role in culture and entertainment. According to an archeological discovery made during the 1930s, Ancient Egyptians may have been the first bowlers. The sport then spread to Europe. Early Germans allegedly proved natural bowlers as did the English; in fact, British soldiers so […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates National Sibling Day

The StickerTalk Celebrates National Sibling Day April 10 marks the annual observance of National Sibling Day. A holiday commonly celebrated on an assorted array of social media platforms, the holiday prompts revelers to snap a selfie with brothers and sisters, reflect on treasured memories, and laud their siblings’ unique quirks. While each household cultivates differing […]

‘Cross the Wide Missouri

‘Cross the Wide Missouri An area forever immortalized in song, the land comprising Shenandoah National Park is steeped in history and rich in natural beauty. The region’s first settlers were Native Americans who thrived from the land’s abundant natural resources. Shenandoah’s picturesque landscapes amazed European adventurers when they arrived in the eighteenth century. Many of […]

The Divine Dalmatian

The Divine Dalmatian A breed famous for their spotted coat, the Dalmatian dog breed proves a household favorite across the globe. Although many automatically imagine the speckled dog perched atop an old-fashioned fire wagon, the Dalmatian boasts a rather diverse, yet arcane, history. Historians cannot determine the exact origin of the breed but believe the […]

Flowering Hope

Flowering Hope Brightly dyed eggs and cheerful bunnies commonly constitute symbols of Easter, but one religious motif captures the spirit of the holiday like no other. The lily has served an integral role in Easter celebrations of countless generations, appearing in both churches and devout Christian households during the Easter season. A deeply symbolic representation, […]

The StickerTalk Explores Easter Around the World

The StickerTalk Explores Easter Around the World One of Christianity’s most prominent celebrations, Easter is heralded by a number of various traditions and celebrations. While Passion plays, chocolate bunnies, and egg hunts are common sights here in Southeast Texas, other cultures commemorate Christ’s resurrection in more exotic manners. In this edition of The StickerTalk, we […]

Marvelous Memphis

Marvelous Memphis Named after an ancient Egyptian city, Memphis, Tennessee, serves as a hub of art and culture. Its rich history teamed with the surrounding natural scenery have earned the city the world’s fascination. While reasons to visit Memphis abound in multitudes, The StickerTalk has compiled a list of our favorite aspects of this unique […]

The StickerTalk Explores St. Patrick’s Day

The StickerTalk Explores St. Patrick’s Day A day dedicated to Ireland’s vibrant culture, it comes as no surprise that St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated by a wide variety of other nations. While most people are moderately familiar with the holiday’s quirky traditions, St. Patrick’s Day customs are deeply rooted in Irish religion and convention. In […]

Carefree Kayaking

Carefree Kayaking For centuries, mankind has been drawn to the water for peace and serenity. While hobbies like swimming and fishing have seemingly existed since time began, a relatively new water activity entices a growing population of participants to abandon their worries and pick up a paddle. The popular sport of kayaking appeals to a […]

A Weekend to Remember

A Weekend to Remember Although we typically market our world-renowned products online, the StickerTalk crew challenged this norm by manning a booth at our hometown’s annual Redbud Festival this weekend. A new experience for our team, our booth was open for two days at the Buna, Texas, fairgrounds. During this period, we were able to […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates Texas Independence Day

The StickerTalk Celebrates Texas Independence Day The year is 1836. General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana’s iron-fisted rule of Texas has finally reached a fever pitch as the Mexican dictator and his army lay siege to the Alamo mission near San Antonio, preventing its Texian defenders from receiving vital supplies or military support. To the […]

Blissful Birding

Blissful Birding Evidence increasingly abounds indicating the impending advent of spring. Colorful blossoms spread their petals, white blankets of snow slowly fade, and Earth is allowed to bask in the Sun’s rays for extended periods of time. For some sorrowful souls, the new season only offers ample opportunities for allergy attacks; however, another group utilizes […]

The Maine Coon: A Purrfect Pet

The Maine Coon: A Purrfect Pet While all cat breeds offer unique personalities and amusing quirks to potential owners, the Maine Coon distinguishes itself through both sheer size and zany antics. Complex critters, these cats boast multifaceted personalities and characteristics. However, we’ve condensed the most prominent hallmarks of the Maine Coon into this edition of […]

The StickerTalk Celebrates Presidents’ Day

The StickerTalk Celebrates Presidents’ Day Recently, The StickerTalk has payed homage to a wide variety of February holidays. From outstanding African Americans to weather-forecasting rodents, our blog has painstakingly examined a plethora of celebratory subjects. However, we have elected to save the investigation of perhaps the most amusing February observation for this week’s biweekly post. […]

An Amusing Alternative to a Time-Honored Tradition

An Amusing Alternative to a Time-Honored Tradition As winter’s harsh hand begins to recede, the returning birdsongs and the delicate, blossoming flowers inspire the romantic festivities surrounding Valentine’s Day. A holiday dedicated to the lovestruck, revelers typically celebrate Valentine’s Day by exchanging extravagant bouquets and decadent treats with their sweethearts. However, for currently unattached folks, […]