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Congratulations to our September Winner!

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Congratulations to Monika P. from Edgewood, NM! Monika won the gift certificate in a random drawing from all of our customers who placed an order with us last month. You could be the winner for October! We have received notification from all of the major carriers (USPS, UPS, Fedex, etc.) that holiday shipments may experience delays again this year. Please keep this in mind for your holiday shopping, and perhaps allow extra time by shopping a bit earlier than usual. Enjoy Autumn!  

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October 2021 Mold of the Month: Witch on a Broom

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On a moonlit night, our witch flies high above the town with her bat friends to keep her company. Not just for Halloween, the Kitchen Witch is a year round good luck charm that wards off evil spirits. Click here to order.

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September 2021 Mold of the Month: Mill Wheel in Oval

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Autumn is just around the corner! Peering through the trees you see the millhouse and water mill. You can imagine the sound of the water running. Attention to details such as roof shingles, window panes, and barn wood texture add to the charm of this mold. Framed in an ornate multi-layer border. Our September mold of the month is available here.  

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August 2021 Mold of the Month: Sunflower Bouquet

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Celebrate one of the most iconic of summer flowers! Lovely sunflower bouquet, accented by smaller wild flowers and leaves. Perfect for summer, weddings, Mother's Day, or any occasion warranting a bouquet of sunshine. You can find it here.

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July 2021 Mold of the Month: Honeybee

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Our Mold of the Month for July is the Honeybee. Little sugar was available in Europe until the 14th century. Thankfully, German monks raised bees, produced honey, and made sweetened cookies such as lebkuchen. By the 1600's with sugar more readily available, their baking expanded into springerle. The rest is history. Love springerle? Thank the bees! You can find the honeybee mold here.

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