ScooterSwag featured these adorable clips back in 2011. But just this week I had not one but two Swaggers ask me if I had ever put them up. Which led me to think that you all needed to see them again. A box of 30 is $7.25. One note: for some reason they call these “bike” clips and not scooter clips.
Thanks to Steven S. and Phillip G. for the reminder!
(Note the flower pattern in the hubcaps!)
Don’t like orange? No worries. Whisker Graphics has customizable print on demand and you can get labels, tags, business cards, stationery, etc. with this scooter on different colored paper stocks. Their prices are pretty reasonable so go nuts.
R Nichols is a stationery and gift accessories shop based out of Florida.
The “Pisa” design is featured on a luggage tag for $6 and on notecards (3.5 x 4.78″) in a pack of 8 for $16 or if you’d like to have them personalized, $18.
The lower design in green is available on gift cards (2 x 3″) in a pack of 10 for $5.
Here’s Sarah Rose (my favorite Whole Foods cashier) holding a new Papyrus Card. It’s very glittery and reminds me a lot of the puff stickers I had as a kid in the 80s. Remember those? Can’t find this card on their site but I’ll bet your can find it in your Whole Foods or at one of the Papyrus stores:
The modern Vespa lovers get a fair shake at the swag today. Paper-source.com has all kinds of customizable stamps and stationery with a nice 2-tone (but not 2-stroke) scooter. Perfect for wedding invitations or garden party invites.(Never been to a garden party. Here’s hoping.)
Elaine Biss is a designer focused on French culture/couture. Her scooter art can be purchased through the zazzle.com site. The sterling silver charm is $59.90, the binder is $41.90 and the bag is $19.90.
Hello Lucky! is a great stationery designer. We’ve featured several of their cards and wrapping paper over the years. Now they have a London-centric theme with lots of lovely little letterpressed scooters. There are greeting cards, holiday cards and announcements all done in several color schemes. I just wish I was moving to London right now so I would have a reason to order some!
Then over Christmas, Swagerista Rickie S. presented me with the same design on a coffee mug that came in its own gift box! (Thanks Rickie!)
It turns out that “Curly Girl Designs” has really expanded their line and now you can get this design on magnets, notepads, post-its, candles, water bottles, laptop skins, portable mini shopping bags and art prints.
To search for this design look for “The World Is Full of People” in the shop section of their site:
A pretty cool package of Christmas cards has been spotted at New Seasons groceries in the Northwest. They’re long, thin cards with a picture of Santa on a scooter, with his hat flying off in the wind. They’re published by Marcel Schurman but I haven’t been able to find pictures of them on the website, or links to where you can purchase them. If you know where to buy these online, please email me..