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Craft Leftovers Coupon

Craft Leftovers Coupon

We heart Craft Leftovers and they have been generous enough to give SNatch a special 20% off coupon. The secret code is glimmer. Click over there right now and think of your holiday shopping. Go handmade.

Black Dog Discount for SN Readers

Black Dog Discount for SN Readers

Black Dog makes some BEAUTIFUL books, and they love Supernaturale. So much that they're offering us a 40% discount on featured titles such as Making Stuff, Making Stuff for Kids, Paper, Very Vintage, Fashioning Fabrics, Contemporary Textiles, and Breaking the Mould. Check out their books here: blackdogonline.com

To get the discount, just email jess@blackdogonline.com, letting her know that you heard about the discount from Supernaturale.

Oh Say, Can You Saute?

Oh Say, Can You Saute?

No matter your political leanings (or political apathy, as the case may be), it should be pretty interesting to see an episode of Iron Chef taped at the White House, using veggies grown in Michelle Obama's garden. Unless you have no interest in politics, cooking, reality TV, the green movement, health food, consumerism, pseudo-celebrity or AMERICA.

WHY DO YOU HATE AMERICA???

Roomba Pacman

Roomba Pacman

I think the title speaks for itself. Just go to the video.

New York's loss is Minneapolis' gain

New York's loss is Minneapolis' gain

The American Craft Council has announced that it is relocating from New York to Minneapolis, due to "the high cost of doing business in the city."

The Wild Unknown calendars are here

The Wild Unknown calendars are here

The Wild Unknown released their new selection of limited edition 2010 calendars. Beautifully hand drawn prints center around 60's folk singers, bunnies and birds of prey, and feathers. These calendars are just about the most beautiful thing around. My favorite: the print for January of the Netherland Dwarf Rabbit with the Smog lyrics "You are a fighter. You are fighter. You are a fighter." next to it.

Lazy, Demanding, and Ready for Breakfast

Lazy, Demanding, and Ready for Breakfast

Halloween is a collective favorite of us Badder Homes and Gardens broads. Cooking, however, is not. I'm a disaster at it, but I may give it a go for these Mummy Sausage Kolache Dogs from TasteSpotting. And by that, I mean I'll be printing out the recipe and waiting for my boyfriend to make me breakfast in bed. Get a move on, sweet cheeks!

DIY Submarine

DIY Submarine

While killing a few hours at the Smithsonian and watching video of the Woods Hole Deep Sea subs, I got to wondering if any deep sea subs allow private citizens to hop on boards. It turns out, Stanley Submarines allows just that. Stanley started building subs when he was 9, in his backyard. At first I was very excited about the possibility, but after further research, I don't think I can hop on-board anytime soon.

Regretsy!

Regretsy!

What we have all been waiting for. It's regretsy a site dedicated to unearthing all the worst items on Etsy. I love love love it. Thanks to irish*eyes for alerting me.

Smudged

Smudged

It's getting cold in Canada. A traditional smudge is a good way to keep cozy and prepare yourself for what's to come. In theory, the smoke attaches itself to negative energy and, as the smoke clears, it takes the bad stuff with it.

Jennifer Cook makes a version from naturally-dried reclaimed cedar and sage harvested from her neighborhood. She recommends smudging nearly anything: living creatures, inanimate objects, and spaces. Buy one from her here.

Or learn more about smudging here.

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