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Welcome to Humphrey's Headlines, where we share store updates, DIY recipes and other fun articles!

Beard Oil, New Products, Shaving, Soap, store news -

We have several new scents that were added to our shop this month. Skinwalker, Quigley and Naga. All of these items have been added as a soap, 2 oz beard oil and cologne. We still need to list as a body spray and in our other beard oil sizes but wanted to ensure the most popular product options were up first! As per usual, these are also available in our 'pick 3' listings for any of our products/sizes. Here's the run down: Quigley QUIGLEY is smokey, woody and masculine and smells of Hickory and Suede. It has notes of bergamot,...

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Drop Spindle, Fiber Arts, Yarn Spinning -

For my first spin I decided to go with a white and turquoise roving. I started with white, and it was pretty thick and thin without much consistency, but as I continued to work it got more consistent. By the time I worked on my second batch of turquoise roving it looked pretty good! Below is a photo of my very first spin with white wool roving:

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Holiday Gifts, Weird Gifts, Weird Stuff on Amazon, Weird Stuff Wednesday -

Welcome to Weird Stuff Wednesday, where we will post odd or unique finds from around the internet. Most of these will be items for sale on places such as Amazon, Etsy or others. If you have a 'weird' item that you'd like to share, please comment on this blog with a link to the item!

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Birthday Party Ideas, DIY, Party Ideas -

I have gathered some ideas for a Psych themed party and wanted to share them here with all of you, or any fans who may be looking for inspiration.

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DIY, Drop Spindle, Fiber Arts, Tutorials, Yarn Spinning -

Buying commercial yarn of premium quality can be expensive. Merino yarn is one of the best wools (in my opinion) to work with, but it can be pricey. If you want to work on a project with specific color stories it can be difficult to find the specific type of yarn to suit your needs. Etsy can be helpful for unique yarn, but again, it's expensive. I have no issues with the price since handpainted and homespun yarn takes a lot of work, but I can't help but wonder how difficult it would be to spin the specific colorways I would need for projects that I have in mind.

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