A quick note about the ad to our left, Rosie's Shop. 100% of the proceeds of everything they sell goes back to kids. As the website says:
Rosie's Shop exists to help fund worthwhile programs benefiting children. Every last penny of profit on each item sold, and every cent of your individual donation, helps some kid receive better early childhood care or education.
And that's something we all benefit from.
We love Rosie O'Donnell (who has also totally made The View a show we can now stand to watch), and we love that she started this site and is helping children. The site sells clothing and accessories for both children and adults, as well as notecards, games, and more. So go check them out and support a wonderful cause!
The Shirt Snob has been meaning to write about two of our advertisers for a while now, and because we get caught up in life, we have forgotten. So we're going to do it now before we forget (shocking to find us posting on a weekend, isn't it!). First up is Vintage Edge. They sell both men's and women's tees, and although not all the designs are listed on the girly side doesn't mean they aren't available. You can special order any of the designs in a variety of colors. And that's one of our favorite things about this site, they offer their tees on many different colors. As we believe we've said before, that's one of our biggest issues with Threadless. We always like the design that's on the bright yellow tee, not exactly a good color for the Shirt Snob. Our favorite designs from Vintage Edge are Wally's Whale Tour, Vermont, and Cape Cod. Unfortunately, we just missed a sale of theirs, but we promise to let you know the next time they have one!
Our other wonderful advertiser at the moment is Odditeaz. We love the name, and they also have designs that we really like. They have a great variety of styles of tees. For women, they sell tanks, 3/4 length tees, V-necks, and regular tees. Our favorites include Free Rainbow, Creative Freedom, Embrace Chaos, and Nuture Absurdity. They also sell men's tees and hats, and they also have a blog.
We thank these two great sites for their support!