Thursday, October 21, 2010

Get over it, you old bag!

All of these bags are made from 95% post-consumer recycled plastic (old grain bags, to be precise). One percent of the sale of the bags will be contributed to the Nature Conservancy. And they're super cute making this a win/win situation.
This is the front and back of the new zipper pouch. Great for those of us who find ourselves constantly apologizing!
If you're not broke, perhaps a lovely coin purse is in order--big enough for your ID and credit cards as well as a stash of cash.

They say that bringing your lunch instead of going out to eat is a great way to save money (duh!), so why not bring your lunch in something cute like this little tote?
And for your shopping/traveling/schlepping needs, there's a new shopper design: vintage skyscrapers from around the US! This would be a great gift for an architecture aficionado!
How about a zippered shoulder bag? Great for a big purse, shopping bag, or a carry on for your next voyage!

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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Gay, Anthropomorphic, Earthy, Sexy dish towels

Need a gift for a tiki bar lover? Hawaiian traveler? Hulafile? This calendar towel is perfect! It's a reproduction with a new 2011 calendar! Because really, who couldn't use a towel or a calendar?

An old favorite is back! The anthropomorphic veggie couple is here to make you smile and help you dry your dishes!
This cute little barn image is a good reminder of where most of our food comes from (and where some of us come from too). The stylized radishes (beets?) complete the picture.

In light of the recent Chicago Tribune article about Berwyn being a very gay-friendly community, we now have these dishtowels--The Gayest Spot in Town. To read the article, scroll down to the link in last week's blog post!

All of these towels are 100% cotton flour sack material to ensure a lint free drying experience. They are $5.50 (or $6.99 for the oversize calendar number).

Friday, October 8, 2010

Berwyn: A better 'burb for entertainment

Click this to learn more about Berwyn from the fine folks at the Chicago Tribune!

Berwyn: A better 'burb for entertainment