Ceph Stuff on Etsy

nanoteuthis

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Ceph Stuff on eBay has been going strong for over two years, and remains one of the most active threads on this Forum. In the meantime, another major market for ceph-related merchandise has emerged -- Etsy, the online mega-store for handmade and vintage items offered by amateur and professional artisans everywhere.

There are always myriads of ceph-related items on Etsy -- for instance, just try typing octopus into their on-site search engine, and over 6,000 results appear. So I've decided to create this thread, which I assume will be around as long as its eBay equivalent while TONMO members continue to discover ceph stuff on Etsy.

http://www.etsy.com/

Let the Etsy-ing begin!

Cheers,
Tani
 

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CaptFish

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Tani,
I'll help get it started since I know CaptFish was looking at Octo Arm mugs
:cool: Gotta have it.


I would love to get the Altoids tin but its a little pricey. :sad:
 

nanoteuthis

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Octavious the Octopus

I'm posting this photo to the Ceph Stuff on Etsy forum because "Birdland Creations" is an Etsy artisan. Unfortunately she no longer has this particular piece in stock (not that I could shell out $90 for it :cry:), but someone kindly posted it to Cheezburger's Must Have Cute site and I just had to share it.

Costly? Indubitably. Kawaii? Incredibly!
 

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hermissenda

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Garden tentacles

This just goes to show that there are no original ideas! I made myself a bunch of these last winter in my pottery class, by way of test tiles for testing glazes. I used them for plant markers in the garden this summer, the glazed back makes a good surface to write in wet-erase marker. And I thought I was being so creative :) Sigh!
 

nanoteuthis

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Something for Chanukah

Until someone finally comes up with an Octopus Menorah -- you'd think it would be a natural, wouldn't it? -- we'll just have to settle for this cute card by PaperDollBoston:

Chanuctopus
 

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