In my life, Black History is 365 days a year. In real life, however, February has been deemed Black History Month, and I try my best to help educate myself as well as my friends, family, and readers about the awesomeness that we have contributed to the world. When it comes to saying it loud and being both Black and proud, I stand up proudly for sure.
I came across these Oh So Paper Black History Firsts Limited Edition Stickers online and had to snag some for me and my daughter. They are beautifully created stickers that showcase four important women to our Black History.
The first woman of color to run to be elected to Congress in 1968, and the first African American woman to run for POTUS in 1972.
The first African American woman to travel in space. She did so in 1992 in the Space Shuttle Endeavor.
The first Black woman to hold a pilot license, which she received in 1921.
The first African American woman to be the principal dancer of the American Ballet Theater.
These stickers are perfect to assist in educating and informing our youth, and using as decor around the home and office to remind us of our greatness.
If you are a scrapbooker or planner lover, the Oh So Paper Black History Firsts Limited Edition Stickers make a great to use in your pages.
Colorful and designed with youthful vibrancy and fun, they are good for young and old alike.
These Oh So Paper Black History Firsts Limited Edition Stickers are indeed limited in quality, and there aren’t many left. You can snag yours HERE. They are only $5.99 plus shipping.
Oh So Paper also have a variety of digital products, notebooks, and stickers that showcase people of color brilliantly and creatively. You can even select stickers based on your skin tone and hair texture, so they look like you.
Visit Oh So Paper HERE and tell them I sent you!
What are you doing to celebrate Black History Month?