Shenandoah National Park Sticker
Fun fact: Prior to being designated as a national park, part of Shenandoah National Park‘s land was farmland. Because of this there are cemeteries found within the park. After Shenandoah National Park was designated a national park, residents of the area had to move off the land. The exception was for elderly or disabled people. The last resident of the park was Annie Lee Bradley Shank, who died in 1979 at the age of 92.
Every sticker is made with care, pride, and attention to detail. If you experience any issue with your order, we’ll do everything we can to make it right, every time!
Our stickers are made of quality you can feel, 2x thicker than your average sticker
Each sticker is printed using a fine art quality printer and pigment-based inks, resulting in vibrant colors that won’t fade, even in years of direct sunlight!
Sticker is 3” across its longest side
Our stickers are made to withstand rain, snow, sunshine and more
Your choice of coating (Glossy or Matte) creates a durable layer of protection from fading, scratches, tearing, and water damage for the next 3-5 years!
Sometimes stickers need to be removed, low quality stickers will leave a sticky residue behind. Our stickers won’t, even if they’ve been attached for a long time
We highly recommend waiting 24 hours before allowing water on your sticker to make sure it has firmly secured to the surface