Put a little spin on your holiday cards this year. Forget about red and green and go for the artsy spirit!
Sometimes you need a little help in the kitchen from a small woodland creature. These little furry friends even bring recipes!
There's something undeniably charming about chopping the corners off a rectangle and calling it futuristic.
A classier kind of "hang in there" for modern times.
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Do you chew on your pens and mangle them? It won't look quite as odd if it looks like you're chewing on actual candy.
Robots are appropriate for any occasion. They are neutral but friendly so you can use this card for birthdays, get well soon, congratulations on your new baby, good luck on your exams, anything!
How are those letters coming, cuties? This is a serious stack of adorable here. http://stuff.icanhascheezburger.com/2011/07/29/cute-kawaii-stuff-lets-get-writing/
Every piece of paper, if these were left on my desk would say "HUNGRY".
Sometimes the simplest ways to say "I love you" are the most effective.
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I'm happy I haz you.
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What message are you trying to send? Just tell the sock monkeys and they'll take care of it for you.