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Each little monster is hand‐sculpted, unique, and waiting to be adopted!

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      Me too, buddy.

      08/29/16

    • whogrooveson replied to your photo:

      If we’re just adding art supplies to beverages…

      activated charcoal, as I’ve learned about it, is used in a few different things, most of them are absorption and purifying type things. It’s used for water purification and is sold in capsules and used in some cases for victims of certain kinds of poisoning because it absorbs and neutralize the poison compounds. So I don’t imagine its too bad in a drink, I doubt there’s a load of it in there. mayoclinic.org/drugs-s…

      Yeah, it’s probably got just enough to make the stuff look convincingly black (I’m drinking this today because it’s got a ton of iron in it, and I’m feeling a little low.)

      08/29/16

    • I’m 70% sure this shit is bad for you… I remember hearing something in my pottery class that consuming clay is not good and that things like this were “made by morons” but of course what do I know. Also thought activated charcoal was only supposed to be for extreme emergencies…and supposed to be vomited back up or something… I could be remembering wrong.

      Nah, all the research I’ve seen indicates that these things are pretty safe (But there’s also not a lot to suggest they’re particularly beneficial, either.)

      08/29/16

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      If we’re just adding art supplies to beverages now, does that mean all the times I accidentally drank my paint water I was being healthy?

      08/29/16

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      Hello! It’s Small Gods day! I’ve got Small Gods for the shop. Six of each of the standard designs, three hand-painted versions of the God of Small Victories (above), three painted Gods of Small Mercies, and four painted Gods of Small Victories (previous posts).

      I’ll make them live in the shop at 1pm, PST today!

      08/29/16

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      Hello! It’s Small Gods day! I’ve got Small Gods for the shop. Six of each of the standard designs, three hand-painted versions of the God of Small Mercies (above), three painted Gods of Small Victories (next post), and four painted Gods of Small Victories (previous post).

      I’ll make them live in the shop at 1pm, PST today!

      08/29/16

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      Hello! It’s Small Gods day! I’ve got Small Gods for the shop. Six of each of the standard designs, four hand-painted versions of the God of Small Comforts (above), three painted Gods of Small Mercies, and three painted Gods of Small Victories (pictures of those to follow).

      I’ll make them live in the shop at 1pm, PST today!

      08/29/16

    • Retreat News

      Heya! So, if you’ve been following me for more than a couple months, you know I do this yearly creative retreat for women, up in the wilds of Canada (If this is news to you and you’re intrigued, have yourself a little scroll through my past posts on the topic).  

      I think I may have mentioned that it’s been going so well that we’ve actually decided to run a second week for an additional group of creatives. I’m very excited about this, and we’re currently hammering out details like exact dates, cost, programming, etc. But I just wanted to let you know, if this is something you’re interested in: it’s likely to happen this coming June. We should have a website with the final details up and running in a month or two, and applications will probably be available not long after.  I hope some of you will apply!

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      08/23/16

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      And the final stage of grief for Beastlies mourning discontinued cookies: acceptance and the recollection that other cookies exist.

      08/22/16

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      The fourth stage of grief over discontinued cookies: depression. Poor guy.

      08/22/16

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