Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Gummed




Organizing vintage style would surely tame any tangle. Dennison is a favorite find at estate sales and some of them that I happily hoard are the ones that still perfectly packaged in their original boxes.


Ideal for any home or office necessity.  But what you don't see are the cute graphics on the back.


A house that literally bursts at the seams...another little helper.


While your husband slaves away at the office and staples you can play at home with yours?


How cute is her label shirt.


With her typewriter and labels she is ready to take on the world...do you think she can use her husbands stapler?

18 comments:

Kim K. said...

Such fabulous graphics. Definitely a fun collection! I have my grandparents desk and its filled with a few vintage office supplies. Happy memories.

Chris said...

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busymartha said...

I am so glad that things like these managed to survive! Love your blog picture, how do you suppose the baby got in the tree?

Liz said...

Love these "little helpers". Sometimes the packaging can be more interesting than the contents. These are wonderful.
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

Sentimentally Me said...

Amazing that so many of these little gems survived!

vivian said...

I think you can find cute anywhere! I wouldnt have given these items a second glance... but now I will!
lol!
have a great day!
xoxo
vivian

retrorevival.biz said...

Ha! The labels on your labels are a hoot! Have fun organizing today:)

~Cindy

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

Thanks for showing us these great vintage items....love the graphics. Now I'll look for some Dennison products at the next estate sale!

Nan said...

You would think not many people saved stuff like this but I guess I'm wrong. I know for a fact no one hauled any such thing up the Alcan moving to Alaska.

Kathy said...

Cute post! Those stereotypes are so startling when we seem then now but it really wasn't that long ago. We have come a long way, baby! I have my own stapler and it is better than his. Ha!

Mecky said...

I have never paid attention to thinsg like that. I sure will now! I do love old graphics!

Love the red checked background!!!That red checked tape on the package was adorable!

Thank you again!!

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Your sewing is awesome! You are one busy little sewing bee!
Fun "paper" goodies.
Warmly,
deb

Ruby Jean said...

I tell you if only businesses still packaged things so CUTELY they would be FLYING off the shelves.... LOVE THEM!!!!

Natasha said...

I think Ruby in on to something, there is something to be said about the sweet simple packaging on these things. They were so fun to see!! Thanks for sharing them, I can't wait to see more.

janice15 said...

It seems that everything from the past was much better...furniture poster boards labels..these are great thanks for sharing ...Happy weekend, Janice

Ana Márquez said...

Whata a lovely blog filled with vintage images a great crafts. Thanks for sharing so wonderful things with us :-)

I link you if you don't mind.

Big hugs from
Vintage Collages
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Ric Rac and Polka Dots said...

Yet another wonderful bunch of finds, I wonder if I have walked by them at the antique stores and not noticed them. I will now! The little house bursting at the seams reminds me of mine these days!
Julie

Ava said...

Gorgeous graphics. I love how advertising and commercial graphic design give insight into past values and lifestyle . You have a great sense of the collectible xx