New from Team Neville

Here is my weekly round up of custom and new items!

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Be thankful ($12) and I solemnly Swear ($11) cuffs

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Parabatai set ($20)  Storybrooke necklace ($17) cuff- one of a kind

Team Cuff Set of 6 ($75)

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Fuck Off Necklaces ($15 each)  Textured Cuff ($15)

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This is not normal cuff ($10) semicolon necklace ($15)

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Shop Small Review {Ginger Sweet Boutique}

Shop: Ginger Sweet Boutique

Rating: 5/5

Website: gingersweetboutique.etsy.com  or @gingersweetboutique on facebook.

Item: Coffee Mug

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I got this cup a couple weeks ago, and I absolutely love it. The image is printed on both sides, so it doesn’t matter if you are drinking right handed or left handed. The graphic is even more beautiful in person, it has awesome detail. I have washed it in my dishwasher pretty much everyday since I got it, and it is standing up to washing really well.

The other thing I love about it is the size. It is one of those XL sizes, (I think 15 oz) so it holds enough coffee for moms. (You know what I mean, moms, one small cup of coffee is NEVER enough.)

I love this cup so much that I went to check out her etsy shop and found out she also sells clothes. Holy cow, she has some BEAUTIFUL girl’s shirt designs. And she has 5 stars on every single review. That is really rare on etsy, so obviously this shop is doing everything right.  I plan on coming back in the future, I see lots of things that will make great gifts.

Full disclosure, I did not purchase this cup myself, I won it from a giveaway on Happily Never After, (which is an amazing Facebook group to check out if you love creepy / weird / horror handmade stuff). At the time I won it, I was not a designer for HNA, but as of last week, I am. This does not affect my review in any way at all.

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Shop Small {Amigurumi Review}

Today I am going to review another of my favorite shops, The Craft Penguin. She gets 5/5

I purchased 2 amigurumi from Jennifer during the Summer. The first was a large fox,  and the 2nd was a small poke’ ball. I am a huge fan of stuffed animals and geeky figures, and also I have a toddler, so once I saw these, I had to have them. The poke’ball resides in my office, along with all my other nerdy accessories.

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Quality: The poke’ball is perfectly round. I see a lot of these online and in craft shows that are not shaped super great. But it is stuffed really well and looks like the real thing. The fox is really large for the price! I asked her to stitch the eyes instead of using plastic eyes, which she did for me for free.

Time: These were seriously at my house within a couple days of ordering. This was crazy fast, considering a few things: she was having a sale, so she had more orders than normal, and I asked her to customize the eyes. I know she always posts her work load on her social media, as well, so that is really cool, that she has little info graphics letting you know how busy she is so that you can plan your order accordingly.

Price: As I said, I bought these during a sale, but even without sale pricing, these are super affordable, as far as amigurumis of their size go. The fox is regularly priced at $28 and the poke’ ball is $5, but you can get different size balls for different prices.

Overall, I recommend these. Christmas is coming up, and she has TONS of cute designs, including  a really neat set of the solar system.

Find her at thecraftpenguin.com!!!