Laughing Elephant - American Byways Travel Labels
Laughing Elephant - American Byways Travel Labels
Laughing Elephant - American Byways Travel Labels

Laughing Elephant - American Byways Travel Labels

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This box of 20 individual peel and stick luggage labels are suitable for scrapbooking, decoupage, gift wrapping and, of course the adornment of old trunks and luggage. The labels in this selection allow you to pretend you are on an auto trip around a bygone America, stopping at all the interesting tourist attractions as you go. First, a Maine fishing lodge, then the world's largest alligator farm, then the overseas highway to Key West, then west to Yellowstone, Pike's Peak, Death Valley, the Soboba Mineral Hot Springs, and glorious Mt. Rainier.

About the Brand

Laughing Elephant produces greeting cards, notecards, books, paper gifts, reproductions of antique valentines, vintage luggage labels, our popular series of children's shaped books, notebooks and journals, and more.

Their products celebrate many subjects they hold dear such as children, family, friends, dogs, cats, babies, love, relationships, home, as well as spiritual and inspirational titles. They strive to capture the ideals of past times with imagery from antique postcards, late 19th and early 20th century children's books, vintage advertising and a wealth of other sources.

They began with the intention of showing the work of great and neglected illustrators and have since built a large library of images. These images are in myriad forms, though books are central to the collection. They have tens of thousands of things with pictures that please them: calendars, posters, labels, pamphlets, playing cards, bridge tallies, game boards, postcards, paper dolls, wallpaper, blotters, bookmarks, greeting cards, stickers, magazines, etc. They are a family business located in Seattle, Washington. One of their owners is Alexandra Day, creator of the bestselling Good Dog, Carl children’s book series. They see it as their mission - and their joy - to sort through this vast library, discover particularly fine images, and then develop ways to use them in their various publications.


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