StickTogether is pleased to announce a new Limited Edition Sticker Mosaic Puzzle Poster to commemorate Martin Luther King Day and Black History Month.
Collaboration, cooperation, equality and unity are at the core of the StickTogether experience and we are honored to be able to offer this image.
Let's ALL StickTogether!
Supplies are limited, so get your order in soon!
Martin Luther King StickTogether is Standard Size (3,996 stickers), $35.00 and will ship on January 2, 2019. Click here to order.
Based on a photograph by Francis Miller/Getty Images
We’re delighted that StickTogether (and Van Gogh!) helped Liz Smith Yeats, a Public Image Coordinator for the Rotary Club of Detroit, bring people together at a recent conference. Her assignment was to help unify the organization’s identity and further understanding of its work around the world. “We can inspire new people to join us to continue the service that we do. For example, we have been at the forefront of Polio eradication for over 30 years.”
Setting up a StickTogether ‘Starry Night’ poster at her table proved a great lure. “It brought people over and provoked lots of good conversation. We could load them up with some brochures and swag, and they had fun at the table while sticking and visiting.”
“Folks were sometimes shy about joining in,” Liz elaborates, “but I just handed them a sheet of stickers and said ‘Your letter is H.’ After a few awkward stickers, they were soon bent over and really laying them down.” She adds, “I didn’t let them know what they were making and withheld the yellow and orange stickers until the end, as I thought that would be a dead give-away. I needn’t have worried. It wasn’t until nearly the end that folks got it.”
On the conference’s second day, Liz gave everyone a not-too-subtle hint. “I stood behind the table wearing a ‘Starry Night’ tee shirt. Folks looked right at me and didn’t get it. I would have them step back… then their eyes would light up. It was great fun!”
At her next event, Liz plans to try Munch’s ‘The Scream,’ from StickTogether’s Masterpeice Collection. "And before you ask,” she confirms, “yes, I do have a ‘Scream’ shirt too!”
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Please stop by to see us at the First Annual Reading Holiday Craft Fair, on December 9th, 9 am to 3 pm (Reading Fairgrounds, 1216 Hilltop Road, Leesport, PA.)
We’re especially excited to participate because our good friend, Noah McHenry will be on hand to represent us! It’s our pleasure to introduce him:
Noah received his first StickTogether poster kit for his 16th birthday and, according to his mother, Sarah, “it was love at first sticker!” He soon completed several more mosaics and his 17th birthday gift was a special custom poster, which revealed a surprise image of Noah and his friend.
Sarah shares a little more about him: “Noah is a sophomore in high school and has Down Syndrome - but that doesn't define him. If you ask him, he's an awesome gamer, future YouTube star and loves coding, building and graphic design. Stick Together has given him an outlet to express creativity. They also provide some much needed time away from his many screens!”
“While Noah’s other projects tend to be solo,” Sarah adds, “StickTogether is a great way for him to spend time with his us. He invites me, his dad, sister, other family and friends to participate with a page or two of stickers.”
We couldn’t be happier to welcome Noah to the StickTogether family!
The fair will be held rain or shine, so please come by to say hello to Noah, and to see his master StickTogether skills in action!
Everyone looks forward to getting together for Thanksgiving. Who doesn’t love roast turkey, pumpkin pie and catching up with family? But Thanksgiving can also mean fitting a lot of personalities around one table.
Collaborating on a StickTogether® poster is a great way to bring everyone together! Children, grandparents, your weird cousin who only eats raw foods on Thursdays… Everyone relaxes, conversation flows and even that joke your uncle tells every single year is funny again!