2016 Clear-Out Sale!

shop clearance

I’m still figuring out what I want to do with the Dragonflight Dreams screen printing shop this year. But I know one thing for sure: the one of a kind shirts need to go. They are great- bright and colorful, and an important step in my shop-running process. But they’re also taking up valuable shelf space and shop space. All of the OOAK shirts (tanks, tees, and long sleeve) have been marked down to sale prices. They are already printed and heat-set, so are ready to ship.

AND, as of today, you can take an additional 16% off with code DDCLEAR16.

Help me make room for new and exciting things to come in 2016!

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Tuesday Treasure Trove

Tuesday Treasure Trove

Tearjerker video of the week: Koko the gorilla weighs in on the climate change crisis. Unexpected video of the week: This is what KLM airline does with items left behind on their flights. I hope this is real. Cool new thing of the week: Brilliant Self-Cleaning Jeans And Tees Are Designed To Never Stink Or Stain. I need these. When Are You Really an Adult? Marriage Can Be Monstrous, or Wondrous: The Origins of “Beauty and the Beast”. Creative people’s brains really do work differently. “The creative genius is “occasionally crazier and yet adamantly saner than the average person.”” Here’s […]

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Book Review: City of Blades

City of Blades

City of Blades (The Divine Cities #2) by Robert Jackson Bennett. Read my review of book 1 here. City of Blades picks up roughly 5 years after City of Stairs ends. It centers around the city of Voortyashtan, formerly the domain of the goddess of death and war. Shara, the main character from book 1, is a tangental character in this book. Instead, we follow General Turyin Mulaghesh, whom Shara calls out of retirement to investigate the disappearance of an agent sent to Voortyashtan. Between her own military past and events in Bulikov, Mulaghesh is none too excited about this, […]

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Tuesday Treasure Trove

Tuesday Treasure Trove

Cool thing of the week: An Ultra-Comfy Hoodie With In-Built Inflatable Pillow For Napping On-The-Go. Why did this take so long to exist? CringeMDb Helps You Find Safe Movies to Watch With the Whole Family. You probably know to ask yourself, “What do I want?” Here’s a way better question. I’d have to agree. What You Can Do About Climate Change. Over-The-Counter Birth Control Now Available in Oregon, California Next. It’s about dang time. RealSimple Readers’ 23 All-Time Favorite Real Simple Recipes. Some of these look amazing. 15 Fresh Start Ideas For Your New Year. Things of Note: Not too […]

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Tuesday Treasure Trove

Tuesday Treasure Trove

Awesome thing of the week: German machine vends books in exchange for unwanted presents. Photo series of the week: Go Inside Son Doong, The World’s Largest Cave. It’s Magnificent. It’s so big it has its own jungle and river. Funny of the week: If Cities Were Your Boyfriend. The Bones of the Wawel Dragon. Real bones decorating this Polish cathedral are said to have belonged to a dragon. Why you should always buy the men’s version of almost anything. “Items marketed to girls and women cost an average 7 percent more than similar products aimed at boys and men.” Research […]

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Tuesday Treasure Trove

Tuesday Treasure Trove

Fleeting Wonders: Be A Crew Member On A Modern-Day Viking Ship. Is it weird that I’m intrigued by this? Why are so many artificial intelligence apps female? Photographer Spends 20 Years Documenting How We All Dress Exactly Alike. If you ever wondered how the kid from Home Alone dealt with residual trauma… Macaulay Culkin Just Revealed What Kevin McCallister Is Actually Like Today. One out of 122 humans today has been forced to flee their home, U.N. says. This would be the equivalent of about 7.5 New York Cities being completely emptied of their population. Your Guide to Reading the […]

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Recent Reads

The Paper Magician

Time for some book talk! Here’s a few reads I’ve worked my way through recently: The Paper Magician Trilogy by Charlie N. Holmberg. I first picked up this series because of the covers (so sue me, I’m a designer). This is a YA fantasy series with just a hint of steampunk-ness. It takes place in an alternate early 1900’s England, where magic is widely practiced, but only on man-made materials. And a magician can only pick one material to be their life’s focus. Ceony, new graduate from magic school, is assigned an apprenticeship in paper, not her material of choice. […]

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