Woman’s Day- Wahoooo! 3 of our items featured in their Summer Gift Guide…

The June issue of Woman’s Day is on the news stand and we are SUPER EXCITED to have three items featured in their Summer Gift Guide! First up in the Hostess Section is our fun Pickling Kit, which includes special spice blend (5 oz.)and a Flour Sack towel (with pickle image on it) all nicely tucked into a mason jar (1 Liter) for pickling. The only thing you need to provide is the cucumbers, onions, garlic, vinegar, salt and water! Pickle Kit– $19.95

Check out our Cycle Care Kit in the Father’s Day section too! The kit has the tools to keep your bike in tip top “ grand prix” shape. It includes Stainless Steel Chrome Tin Polish (helps restore luster to metal parts of bikes) , Wash & Wax (gently cleans and applies wax to preserve painted finishes and prevent rust), Sprocket & Gear Oil (specially formulated for bicycle chains to lubricate, prevent rust and cling to the chain and sprockets for keeping the gears and chain in peak performance), Natural Insect Bug Repellent (organic ingredients discourage bugs from invading your ride). Cycle Care Kit $19.95.

And then for Graduation Gifts our Gold Standard Notebook (your Ideas are Priceless!) is also featured.  The Gold Standard Noteblock contains over 300 sheets, perfect for the most valuable messages. When money’s the object, here’s the desk accessory for the friend (or graduate!) who has everything. Gold Standard Notebook– $9.95. Happy Shopping Everyone!


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