Stickers

3) Add one as a thank you gift dropped into a product when you ship it to a customer. People Are Crazy For Bumper Stickers
You might not have observed what is called "street art stickers" before, but once you do, you'll start seeing them everywhere.
I hate to criticize Lammily -- the new "normal" looking doll for little girls -- as challenging the all-mighty Barbie and her size negative-four standards is a commendable act. That said... I'm about to criticize Lammily.
I don't have a running sticker on my vehicle. For me, it minimizes my accomplishments. My races were rich, vibrant, life-changing experiences that cannot be reflected in a cold, numeric, one-size-fits-all decal. Or maybe it's just my reticent personality.
Admit it, all you really want is the sticker. Yea, yea, yea, it's nice to do our civic duty and all, but nothing beats the feeling you get when at the end of the process, you're handed the "I VOTED TODAY!" sticker.
Emoji are like the smile from a colleague across the room, or the small talk you make walking to get coffee. It's pointless communication that nonetheless puts you in a good mood.
Kids are creative creatures. And like all brilliant artists-in-training, they’re not afraid to get their hands dirty by pushing
The stripping back, the lack of artifice, the aggression -- it all comes through here on this collection that is not yet
Brooklyn Street Art: There is! Despair, anger ...- you use a lot of descriptive words, verbal narratives throughout - whether
The Telluride Ski Resort porcupine, Stickers, knows how to work a crowd. When a group gathers, he waddles up to each person, stands on his hind legs, sniffs for food and keeps moving until he finds lunch.
The average child in America gets seventy new toys a year, and the United States, with 4 percent of the world's children, consumes 40 percent of the world's toys. This is doing our children no good.