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Drifter Girls T-Shirt

Filexd under: Apparel,Art,Fashion — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Just when you thought I was done with T-Shirt Tuesday it’s back. A reader sent me a link to this T-Shirt site called Akumu Ink. Akumu is Japanese for nightmare. Gotta love that! They have some amazingly unique T-Shirts with this Japanese horror pop vibe that is so hot right now. I fell in love with most of them, but this blood red Drifter Girls T-Shirt is my favorite. It has a scary whimsical feel to it that I am very attracted to. Plus, I look really hot in red I’m told. Check out their website here for all of their great designs.

*Thanks to Trisha for the link!

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Evil Eye Ring

Filexd under: Accessories,Apparel,Art,Etsy,Fashion,Jewelry — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Here’s one tip if you want someone like me to look at something on the internet. Have the word “Evil” in the title. I can’t resist that word for some reason. A reader sent me this link to a jewelry designer on Etsy and as I was looking around I found this fantastic Evil Eye Ring. I’ve seen a lot of eye rings in my time, but this one is really cool. it depicts two tentacles wrapped around a porthole with an eye looking through it. Is it the poor schmuck inside looking out or the creature looking in? You decide. Check out his Etsy page here for more information on this and other unique designs.

*Thanks Cat for the the link! 

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Baby Mold

Filexd under: Art,Crafts,Food & Candy,kitchen,Recipes — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Now I am not referring to mold that grows on a baby, but I am writing about a mold to make baby shaped items. I don’t know which is worse. Most creepy scary things I find I would love to have, but once in a while it’s just something too weird and disturbing. This silicone Baby Mold from First Impressions Molds is at the top of my list right now. You can make all sorts of stuff with it. Soap, candles, candy, chocolate, ice, bread(!), jello, clay etc. It measures about 2.5″ long, so it’s not something you just throw in your mouth. You have to pick an end to start with and my money is on avoiding the butt at all costs. Don’t you just want to run out and buy one, so you can start eating babies too?

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Zombie Gnomes

Filexd under: Accessories,Animals,Art,Collectibles,Decor,Fairy Tales,Nature,Outdoors — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

If you have been diligently reading my blog (you better be) you would know that I just love to piss off my neighbors. I know, not very neighborly, but oh so much fun. Besides, it seems like it has become sort of a running joke in the neighborhood. What will Jane do next? Most of them get a good laugh out of it since we do take good care of our yard, but there are a few that are not so thrilled. That’s mainly why I do it. If they laughed and enjoyed it I’d get bored.
Everyone has seen the pink yard flamingos and a few have even seen the skeleton flamingos, but now a couple of artists selling under the name Chris and Janes Place on Etsy have come up with their own twist. Zombie Gnomes feeding on one of those oh so tacky pink flamingos. They are hand casted, hand painted and sell for $55. They have been getting so many orders for these that they are a little behind in production, but so worth the wait. I am so excited to get mine. Now I just need to think of a great way to reveal it to the neighbors

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Big Baby

Filexd under: Art,Arts/Crafts,Holidays,Misc.,Outdoors,TV/Movies,Weird Stuff — Tags: , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Happy 2012 people! Let’s make it a happy and healthy year!
So, I thought it was appropriate to post a baby related item since babies are a symbol of the New Year. I ended up coming across this creepy sculpture called Big Baby. Brooklyn, NY artist Nina Levy was originally commissioned to create Big Baby for the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, CT in 2003. The museum was doing renovations and thought the baby would symbolize the museum’s “rebirth”. It ended up causing quite a bit of controversy and was vandalized. Now it sits in the de Cordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA. The baby is 7′ tall and I find it to be more than just a little creepy. Could you imagine driving down the street and seeing that baby just sitting there on a bench? I would think the thing might have caused a few accidents while it sat in front of the museum. For some reason it made me think of that movie Trainspotting. Maybe just because that gravity defying baby creeped me out too.

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Soap Fingers

Filexd under: Art,Bed & Bath,Crafts,Decor,kitchen — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Okay, I know I did a post yesterday on soap, but I had to write about this soap that one of my loyal readers alerted me to. These are Soap Fingers made by LoveLeeSoaps on Etsy and are watermelon scented. I have no idea what the connection to watermelon that fingers have except that you use your hands to eat watermelon. You get four realistic looking fingers for $5.00. It’s a great price, but I wonder if I could get a five-finger discount?

* Thanks Eugenie5 for the heads up!

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