TUCSON, Ariz. — Gettin' sticky with it.
The Antiquarian Sticker Book is the perfect way to decompress and get in touch with your creative side after the dreary months of quarantine have sapped you of your creative juice.
Whether you're looking for a safe craft to do during quarantine, or are looking forward to winter months creating nostalgia by the fire, it will reignite your creative spark and provide hours of entertainment.
Artist and designer Tae Won Yu shares his love of beautiful art in The Antiquarian Sticker Book, which is awesome for the modern-day crafter, scrapbooker, and art lover.
Stickers are hugely popular with kids and help them to express themselves. You can put them on books, stationary toys, walls, make a collage, or add them to wrapping paper — the possibilities are endless.
With beautiful designs and over 1,000 stickers to choose from, The Antiquarian Sticker Book is a treasure trove of authentic historical prints from the ornate Victorian era to the early twentieth century.
To learn more or pick up a copy, visit us.macmillan.com.