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Made in Maine, Scandinavian-Inspired Print and Pattern, Designed and Handmade For Every Day Use in the Home. Created in late 2011, Lilleputt is the creative studio of Annika Schmidt.

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Fund on Etsy Campaign: Ceramic Travel Mugs

Annika Schmidt

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Our BIG SECRET PROJECT revealed (as part of a much bigger secret project)... and our new Puffin design available at last! .... Both on our usual mug, AND NOW ON A CERAMIC TRAVEL MUG.

The details: Today, Etsy launched a new platform for crowdfunding, and we were invited to participate with an initial group of 60 or so other shops. We were excited to participate so we decided to run a quick 15 day campaign (starting TODAY) to gauge interest in a new product line. Our printed mugs have been so popular, and with a simple adaption, our mug press can be used to print ceramic travel mugs (something I personally have been in search of for ...years).

So if this is something you would like to see, please place your order soon. You will only be charged (and receive your mug) if we are fully funded, and we will only add this new product to our general offering if fully funded, so if you really want your mug(s) please help us spread the word.

To help fund the upfront cost of getting set up to offer ceramic travel mugs, we are also offering our standard mug with select designs (with the new puffin design!) at a slight discount ($24, including shipping, instead of $25.95). And a limited number of paired mugs are available (a pair of mugs and one matching travel mug.... ALL puffins?!)...

If you're not sure yet, you can "Follow" our campaign to see who else is interested before you commit.

And if I've missed anything, please ask questions here. You can read our full campaign (and purchase) here:
https://www.etsy.com/…/ceramic-printed-travel-mugs-take-you…

PS. Thank you all for your continued support and interest... and thank you to whoever bought that first mug!