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What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?


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Etsomnia™ Volume 64: Winter is Coming

By ExploreMyMind

At least you can put it down without worrying someone will steal it

Et·som·ni·a (/etˈsämnēə/), noun, 1. a sleep disorder caused by obsessive Etsy browsing. 2. the surprising arrival of weird handmade merchandise ordered when one is only half conscious. (True story.)

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Etsomnia™ Volume 61: Fail is in the Air . . . Again

Et·som·ni·a (/etˈsämnēə/), noun, 1. a sleep disorder caused by obsessive Etsy browsing. 2. the surprising arrival of weird handmade merchandise ordered when one is only half conscious. (True story.)

Only slightly doctored photo of actual wreath for sale on Etsy

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ― Albert Camus, who I always thought was full of shit

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Etsomnia™ Volume 60: Pumpkin Fever

Indeed. By BriscoBrands

Indeed. By BriscoBrands

Et·som·ni·a (/etˈsämnēə/), noun, 1. a sleep disorder caused by obsessive Etsy browsing. 2. the surprising arrival of weird handmade merchandise ordered when one is only half conscious. (True story.)

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Etsomnia™ Volume XII: Things to Hang* Yourself With

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Fantastic skill combined with atrocious taste.

*Please don’t.

et·som·ni·a (/etˈsämnēə/), noun, 1. a sleep disorder caused by obsessive Etsy browsing. 2. the surprising arrival of weird handmade merchandise ordered in one’s sleep.

During my search for the Etsy disasters and desirables in last week’s Fail Edition, I came across such an embarrassment of tragic neckwear, I decided they needed their own Etsomnia™ post. Continue reading


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Etsomnia™ Volume XI: Fail is in the Air

et·som·ni·a (/etˈsämnēə/), noun, 1. a sleep disorder caused by obsessive Etsy browsing. 2. the surprising arrival of weird handmade merchandise ordered in one’s sleep.

Okay, I might have doctored this a little. However, the sideways kidney was already there.

“No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace as I have seen in one autumnal face.” ― John Donne, who should prepare to be disappointed

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