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Limited Edition Descendents Watch On Sale Now

The new limited edition Vannen Watches x Descendents: Timeage wrist watch is on sale now for $85 (Signed & Numbered), $75 (Unsigned) and hidden inside one lucky package is an original Chris Shary x Descendents drawing. LINK

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Vannen Watches x Walking Dead: Limited Edition Watch

The Walking Dead x Vannen Watches: Walkers 2.0 wristwatch retails for only $75 and comes with autographed packaging from The Walking Dead creator, Robert Kirkman. Walkers 2.0 is available now only at VannenWatches.com

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Vannen Watches CMYK Series: Cyan!

Vannen tips its hat to printers and designers with the CMYK Series. The first watch available is that bluest of blues, Cyan. Designed with the casual collector in mind, Vannen’s CMYK watches retail for only $55 each. LINK

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SmilingSilverSmith | Handmade Silver Rings

These little rings from SmilingSilverSmith are a little nerdy and a lot of cute and clever. The collection features a range of simple, adjustable designs including computer references, emoticons, and 8-bit style symbols. LINK

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How to take Great Pictures of Small Products

Storenvy.com just posted two articles on taking great pictures of small items. If you are looking for photography tips make sure to check out both articles! LINK

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Greg “Craola” Simkins Limited Edition Vannen Artist Watch

Always Look Down is a limited run of 150 watches retailing for $85 each. Every box comes signed and numbered by the artist, and inside one lucky package will be an original Greg “Craola” Simkins Ink drawing. LINK

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BirdProject: Biodiesel Glycerin Soaps For BP Oil Spill Cleanup

Cypress-scented bird-shaped soaps by BirdProject contain a ceramic bird, meant to represent all creatures affected by the BP Oil Spill. Both are handmade in New Orleans, and 50% of profits go to environmental cleanup. LINK

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Whiskey Stones

On the rocks? Heck yea! Keep your muslin bag of Whiskey stones in the freezer and simply drop two in a glass of your favorite spirit to chill it without diluting it like ice would. Rock on! LINK

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Beards + Mustaches + Rapist Glasses = Awesome Acrylic Pendant

I’m not sure why I love the look laser cut Acrylic Pendants so much. Honestly I have never owned or purchased one but I just love the way they look. “The Couple” pendant is no exception with a very nice mustache/beard combo design. LINK

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The Shark Bite Oven Mitt

What the peeps over at Fred Flare don’t think of! This hilarious looking oven mitt is available now for $18 and will protect your hand next time your pulling brownies out of the oven! LINK (found on TheAwesomer)

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The Mascot of Your Future Attitude: vs. YOU

THE “vs.YOU” is the visualisation of a positive Virus which lives within of each of us – it`s literally just waiting to get activated. The 100% HANDMADE vs.YOU mascot is extremely limited and is makes any desk that much cooler! LINK

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The Book Rest Lamp Both Functional and Fun

SUCK UK has taken the traditional reading lamp and made into a piece of functional art! When your done reading simply rest your book on top of the light to make a your very own book house! £40.00 LINK

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The Hydro74 Beer Pong Table!

Hydro74 has taken beer pong tables to a whole new level with this Bpong.com table design! If features some incredibly awesome illustration and racking layout for easy cup placement. On sale for $149.99 at bpong.com

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