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Where to get cool t-shirts online #Shop

5th October 2015

There are so many great places to shop online and find funny, cool, interesting t-shirts that you just can’t find in stores. These are just some of the online shops I like to check out when looking for something unique. These make great gifts and with the holidays just around the corner, you’ll definitely want to see what they have to offer. I picked some of my favs from each site below for fun (nope, not sponsored in any way at all) – Enjoy!!


Design by Humans sells lots of cool products including clothing and t-shirts for adults and kids, art prints, phone cases and notebooks. They feature over 15,000 artists from around the world and deliver to over 180 countries. You’ll find retro, pop culture, sci-fi designs just to name a few and they have an entire Owl category which speaks to my owl obsession quite nicely.



Etsy is a marketplace that features thousands of crafty and talented people from around the world and their wares. Many of the sites will ship internationally, but some may not, so you’ll want to check out their shipping area before you order. You can find thousands of products on Etsy, but I’m focusing on just a few of the t-shirt designs that I like.



Threadless sells t-shirts in adult and kid and baby sizes, as well as other clothing items, cases, art prints, canvases and pillows. Their designs are commissioned from artists around the world. The site is based in Chicago but ship internationally.



The artwork on Society6 is actually the product of thousands of artists from around the world. The art is sold on adult t-shirts, prints, clocks, leggings, tote bags, cases, shower curtains, rugs and hats – just to name a few. With so many artists represented, it’s difficult to pick just three designs that showcase the site, so you’ll definitely want to check it out and see all there is to offer.



Busted Tees is owned by the same guys who started CollegeHumor.com. They sells t-shirts for adults and kids, as well as monster hoodies and funny gifts. They’re based in NYC but ship internationally as well.



Glennz Tees sells t-shirts and hoodies for adults and kids, as well as onesies, mugs, notecards and art prints, of his own designs. The site is owned by Glenn Jones, a graphic designer from New Zealand who got his start on the Threadless site. He’s based in the U.S. but ships to over 80 countries.



Neatoshop is the online store of the online blog Neatorama. They sell very cool pop culture t-shirts and are based in the U.S. but ship worldwide.



SNORGTEES is an online shop that specializes in pop-culture, random and all-around funny t-shirts. They also sell hoodies, hats and socks and their tees and hoodies come in adult and kid sizes. They’ve been around since 2004 and are based in the U.S. but do ship internationally.



21st September 2015

Mark your calendars, Etsy lovers!!!


This SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2015, Etsy is going to pop up across the country, in over 20 cities, to feature several local sellers in your area!! It’s a great opportunity to check out some of your local artisans and support them, or what I like to call, POP AND SHOP!!

There will be pop-ups in virtually every province, but specifically in Ontario, locations will include:

  • Toronto
  • Sarnia
  • Chatham-Kent
  • Hamilton
  • Kingston
  • Kitchener
  • Niagara
  • Ottawa
  • Sault Ste Marie


Since I’m located in Kingston, I’m definitely planning on checking out the event with my daughter. You’ll be able to check out the Kingston Etsy: Made in Canada event at Grant Hall on Queen’s University campus (43 University Ave), from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can find more information about the expected local vendors (33 of them I believe) at the Kingston event by checking out Fat Goose Collective on FB or online. Entry to the event will be by donation, with proceeds going to SaveAFamilyFromSyria.org.

Don’t miss it!

24 Super Cute Totes You need to buy (me) on ETSY

21st May 2015

I adore Etsy, because I love the ability to discover so many crafty people from around the world, especially since I have nary a crafty bone in this body.

I plan to feature all the lovely things I see on there, every so often, so today it’s all about totes. Cute, funny or unique totes that will make lugging those library books, market veggies or your kids paraphernalia that much more enjoyable. Enjoy!



  • My book club ($14.95, available at BookFiend)
  • I am silently correcting your grammar ($14.95, available at BookFiend)
  • If you were in my novel ($14.95, available at BookFiend)



  • Annie Hall ($18.15, available at BagApart)
  • Bearded ($22, available at depeapa)
  • The Life Aquatic ($18.15, available at Bag Apart)



  • Astronaut ($12.25, available at TuristaClothing)
  • Hello Weekend ($14, available at smallglow)
  • Psychedelic Art Woman ($32, available at Davs)



  • Put All the veggies ($11.44, available at UrbanPrey)
  • Athens Map ($45, available at ILikeMaps)
  • Giant tomatoes mean bigger pizzas ($12.58, available at UrbanPrey)

Do you have a favourite??

*Not a sponsored post. Just me wanting all the things.*


Addicted to Pinterest

7th June 2011

Pinterest is the best thing since Twitter.

I love it.

I avoided joining it for a while because there is so much stuff to keep up on online as is, that I figured it was just one more thing to drive me mad, trying to keep up.

And then I joined, and fell in love.

Simply put, it’s an online bulletin board, where you “pin” things of interest (so very clever – if only I had thought of it). You can also follow other people and they can follow you – that’s made easy by simply logging in through either Twitter or Facebook.

Checking out other people’s boards allows you to discover some really great stuff, cool products, and most importantly, Pinterest helps you to discover some really fab sites, blogs and Etsy shops.


Oh, and don’t miss out when you’re away from your computer, because they’re is an app for that.

If you’re not already on Pinterest, for the time being, you have to request an invite from someone who is. I promise you, it is worth checking out – your wish list/to-do list/want list will grow exponentially once you do.

If you would like an invite, leave me a comment saying so, and make sure to leave your email address so I can send it your way!! You’ll soon be Pinteresting all day long (yes, it’s a verb now). Oh, and a quick disclaimer, this post isn’t sponsored in any way – I’m just a big fan.

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