A Retro Squeaky Toy from Delacoste

Recently, I offered this nice little sailor to someone. Now that the recipient has received it, I can show it to you.

I did not just want to offer it like that, so I had the idea to present it as it was originally, in a transparent bag with a cardboard label. I searched, searched and searched but I could not find his label. I found plenty of examples of the Delacoste brand, but it was all custom packaging based on the theme of the pouet. So I thought I would create the label myself.

Then, I printed the label and I used my awesome Silhouette Cameo machine to cut it cleanly. I found a transparent bag in my drawers, put double-sided on both sides of the label and assembled everything.

I copied the logo of the brand and behind I added the address and the label “sanitized” as on the original packaging.

And here is a little sailor ready to be offered.

Do you know Delacoste’s squeazy toy? I found this little sailor in a catalog Delacoste of 1966 that you can see here.

I will show you my collection of squeaks in an another post.

See you soon!

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