The first button in the Punch Button Club is by yours truly!!
It commemorates the 50th Anniversary of Mr Dressup. Get your button now so you can celebrate this milestone in style!
The first episode of Mr Dressup aired 50 years ago, on Feb 13th, 1967. Hosted by Ernie Coombs with puppets Casey and Finnegan (created by Judith Lawrence), this CBC staple entertained and educated Canadian children for decades. Mr. Dressup typically raided the Tickle Trunk, drew or made a craft, and sang a song each episode. Coombs passed away in 2001, five years after retiring the programme. The treehouse can still be seen in the foyer of the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in downtown Toronto.
My newest creation! In homage to hours of trading smelly stickers on the playground, I present to you Smellies! These lightly scented keychains/pendants look and smell great. They sell for $4 each and are available at Glitch.
I’ll be hosting another afternoon of Spooky Saskatchewan stories at the library on October 28th.
Here are the deets.
You can also check out the Facebook events page.
Hope to see you there!
I’m super excited about this new collection.
Friday, October 7th!
A bunch of artists, including yours truly, will be here to help Mike celebrate his Anniversary. I have lots of new collections that you’ll want to check out. Plus, there’s booze.
Here’s the deets:
Some new designs are now available at Schmatta and Glitch:
Your most important button of the day!
Try to convince yourself you don’t need one of these retro gaming buttons.
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Buttons are now available at Better off Duds , Glitch, and Schmatta
Punch Magazine – It’s an anthology of great comics from Saskatchewan.