Black Friday Sale

Hello and Happy Thanksgiving! 

This is my favorite holiday of the year.  I have hosted Thanksgiving dinner for 9 of the last 10 years.  It is one of my most favorite things to do.  Bringing together my friends and family to spend a day watching football, sitting around the bonfire, setting off fireworks and sharing conversation over elaborate food, fancy cocktails and pie brings me lots of happiness.  This year was an all day affair filled with lots of cooking, cocktail making and zero stress.  My last three months have been incredibly overwhelming and all I wanted for christmas..I mean thanksgiving, was a stress free day with those who mean the most to me.  And, well, my wish came true.   I hope yours did, too. 

Many many many thanks for an incredible year.  To celebrate friends and family and business and a life of making things and stress free days and well, everything!, we’re having a holiday sale!  

10% off your entire order from now until December 5th with the code: MOOPBF

Enjoy your weekend and don’t forget to support your favorite small businesses this time of year!



p.s. here’s a list of some pretty great things from the last few weeks:

  • I was profiled in The Atlantic. yes..the one that writes real news stories! You can read it here.
  • We released the new and instantly popular Envelope Clutch no.1. You can buy it here.
  • We teamed up with two of our favorite friends: Tugboat Printshop and Reiko Yamamoto Studio for a holiday pop up shop on Dec. 13th.  You can read more about it here.
  • One of my favorite blog posts about the power of making things. Read it here.
  • Clyde (our studio kitty) has moved to my house where he thinks he is king and has usurped our house kitty, Mouse (who was previously the Queen).  Sometimes he’s a real jerk, like the other night he bit my ear because I wasn’t giving him enough attention.  Other times he’s a real deal snugglebug.  He is also so confused by the chickens who get to wander freely outside.  He wants to eat them. There is no link for that story.  I just wanted you to know.  He’s all well and good and has taken to home life like a champ.