Level 70 & the Red Lion Inn

We were taken by surprise when our Level 70 Mom design turned out to be the runaway success of this year’s holiday season at our Cafepress store; we made it in time for Mother’s Day this year, but apparently the winter holidays are seeing a big resurgence in love for moms. We quickly designed a Level 70 Dad design to go with it. When that proved popular as well (apparently all the cool parents are wearing gamer gear this year!) we knew we had to branch out a bit. You guys sure do keep us busy! 😀 First, for married couples, the 70 Husband and 70 Wife designs (hmm, I guess since my husband helped to come up with this idea it would probably be anticlimactic to get him one of these for his holiday present; back to the drawing board!).

[Urk. Brief pause to convince my cat to stop stepping on the mouse button. Devil-kitty indeed.]


And finally, the 70 Boyfriend and 70 Girlfriend designs:



In unrelated news, today’s book review is of the Red Lion Inn Cookbook, Third Edition. It’s one of the major books that provided the recipes for our Thanksgiving feast. Enjoy!


Afterword: You know, there’s something wrong with a day in which I get most of my major productivity done before 6 am. Not that I’m complaining about being productive, mind you.

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5 comments on “Level 70 & the Red Lion Inn
  1. Aaron says:

    I think you’ve just created a new T-shirt design by accident. =)

    “Devil Kitty” with a picture of a cat walking on its owner’s keyboard as the owner looks in terror.

  2. Those are great! I shared the Level 70 Husband shirt with my husband, and he got a good chuckle out of it. 🙂

  3. heather says:

    Aaron: Oh dear. You could have a point there…

    Feline: Hehe, glad you both liked!!

  4. Krones says:

    hehe. Very cool. Glad to see it’s selling. More moms need to play MMOs, especially other than Webkinz. 🙂

  5. heather says:

    Krone: I think it’s happening more and more, now that lots of folks from my generation—which I’d say is probably the first major wave of computer gamers—are of the having kids age.

    Time for my “when I was a kid, I played games using cartridges on a TI-994A and we didn’t have a harddrive!” memories. 😉

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