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New Sugar Skull Designs for Halloween and Day of the Dead

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Our new sugar skull design is just in time for Halloween and the Day of the Dead! What will you drink from your spooky skull cup? Mugs: $25 / $90 for a set of 4 colors Travel Mugs: $25 / $48 for a set of 2 colors Pint Glasses: $18 each / $34 for a set of 2 / $65 for a set of 4

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NEW Bees are Sweet as Honey

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Our new honey bee design is as sweet as the honey in your tea. I've been brewing mead (honey wine) for a long time now, and I can't wait to drink my next batch (made from 15lbs of local blackberry honey) in a bee rocks glass. What will you drink from your bee cup? Mugs: $25 Travel Mugs: $25 Pint Glasses: $18 Rocks Glasses: $18

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Pay What You Want for new Crochet Designs!

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We want to share our newest crochet hook and yarn ball design with you, at a value you're excited about! Don't delay, because this sale is almost over! Now through April 24th, choose the value of our newest designs!

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Featured in Paste!

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Our Oregon Pint Glasses are #38 on Paste Magazine's 50 Ways to Show Your State Pride guide! Get your state here. From their site: Proud of your Oklahoma origins but concerned that nobody knows it? Love living in Illinois but not sure your communicate that fact effectively in your public persona? Wish you had a more sophisticated way to publicize your Indiana roots than your dad’s Colts mug? We’ve rounded up some well-designed state pride gear that will announce your allegiance to home or affection for your heritage.

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Unicorn Skateboarder FACTS

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The Celts (and Bread and Badger) believe the majestic Unicorn to be a symbol of grace, purity, of healing and of utter radness. Less is known of the Celts' thoughts on the common unicorn practice of riding skateboards... Many contemporary unicorn enthusiasts believe that the unicorn can fly. They cannot, that is the true myth (nor do they require protective headgear. Fact: Unicorns never, ever wreck.) These fantastical creatures prefer to keep it real and take it to the streets even though their magical splendor knows no limits. In fact, our newest design has shredded right out of your dreams...

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