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Posted: 07/08/19 12:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have decided to start collecting stickers for each campground that we visit. We are looking for idea's on where you place your stickers. I don't really want to place them on anything permanent to the camper in case we upgrade/sale. Any useful ideas?


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Maybe on a sheet of plexiglass, whicy you could stick to a window with suction cups or whatever.

For that matter, something like a photo album would work fine if you're mainly interested in having a place to go back to and reminisce, rather than display for all to see.





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The door as my wife does.

She is also an admirer of those who are doing it and counting that other have more than hers -- positively giving her ideas of places we still need to visit.

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I did see one a while back,they took a piece of plexiglass and mounted it to the inside of the door with the 3M Command strips and put their stickers on that.

This way when the door was open it was displayed. They said this was their 3rd camper and the 3 M Command strips held in place and were easy to remove when they wanted.


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Posted: 07/08/19 02:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Get enough to make a nice laminated place mat out of them. Rotate place mats with your pic's of family, travels etc.

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We have ours on Plexiglas attached to the door with Velcro, its in its second trailer now but the memories are there with us


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We have a large a Yeti cooler that we take every time we go camping. I place them on the cooler that way if we change rigs, the stickers are on the cooler that goes with us.


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I have a decent size fridge in the outdoor kitchen. I place stickers/magnets on that.


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We get personalized magnets made online with pics of us and friends from each trip and put them on our outdoor kitchen fridge. Very nice way to remember past trips and see the kids grow.

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A similar but slightly different means of collecting SP memorabilia is hiking stick medallions. DW wife is now on her third stick. Uses one primarily for hiking and the others for displaying. Storage is a lot simpler and they are really pleasant to look at.
Just a thought. (I call them her "braggin' sticks.


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