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Your Dad’s a Boss. Hit ‘im right in the feels with a Father’s Day card straight from the heart. Greeting cards are now available for $4 in my Etsy Shop, in person at the James North Art Crawl this Friday, the AfterCrawl party at Club Absinthe that follows, Sidewalk Sounds on Concession Street on June 17th, or the Big Top For Pops Father’s Day Celebration of the Punk Rock Flea Market on June 19th! $1 from every greeting card is always donated to a local charity. Cheers to the Dads!

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Mother’s Day is just a week away – if you still need to pick up a card for Mom, don’t hesitate to hit me up! 3 styles to choose from to show Mom some love. Handmade, $4 each, and $1 from every purchase goes towards a local Women’s Shelter – you can also find these in my Etsy Shop: AbominableInkShop 

Screen Shot 2015-12-17 at 5.26.18 PM.pngFazooli ornaments are still available in limited quantities! Choose from the “hood ornaments” (sneakers, spraycans & lucky sevens) for $15, feathers & lucky sevens (in all black or black, white & red) for $10, or corkscrews in little glass bottles for only $5! Available now at Compilation (22 Wilson Street, Hamilton, ON – next door to Dr Disc), or directly though me by emailing abominableink@gmail.com. $1 from every item purchased through me will go towards feeding someone in need a Christmas dinner this year. Check out my Etsy shop (AbominableInkShop) for more great gift ideas! 

Hailing from the hipster capital of Portland, Oregon, Janell Anderson’s line of organic (and vegan), soap has some of the most adorable packaging and photography that makes it so enticing that I almost want to buy one of every kind. Using the simplest, all-natural ingredients, Anderson creates these lovely soaps using the traditional old fashioned methods of soap making, including a 4-week curing process. The packaging and photography really help these products stand out as premium handmade items and make them to die for. You can even get them as wedding/party favours!

Where’d the name come from? Anderson says that “Prunella (Princess Prunella…to be exact) was a nickname given to me by my mom when I was a little girl because I would stay in the bath too long…my fingertips would turn to ‘prunes!'”

Visit her shop on etsy to buy these delightful soaps!

Artist and musician Ben Giles has a penchant for vintage printed ephemera and uses elements to create his delightfully quirky collages in an often humorous way. He’s quickly becoming popular and his prints can be found on Society 6 and Etsy.

To see more of Giles’ work, visit his website.

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