Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Mod Dinning

So sleek and stylishly mod. Designed by Warren Platner in 1966. Everything from mealtime to a game of cards would get a chic twist when enjoyed at this table. White glove delivery is even included in the sticker price... ooh la la.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

New Year

Well, another year has come and gone and I hope it was a good one for you. As for me, I am ready for a brand spankin' new year. Ready for a little champagne on New Year's Eve and to kiss 2010 goodbye... complete with tooting horns and glittering fanfare! If you have a chance take a peek at these refreshing items in our latest treasury.

Thursday, December 23, 2010


We wish you a merry holiday and a happy new year.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Gift Guide for Mr. Bear and Family

A little collection of gift ideas for your neighborhood bear and cubs. Take a peek here to help give these wonderful sellers a chance at Etsy's Front page.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Free Season's Greetings

Season's Greetings for all!

You may wonder why a card company like Farouche would every think about giving away free holiday cards, especially during the busiest time of the year? It may seem kind of silly but, to us it makes perfect sense. We realize that the true meaning of giving can sometimes get lost in all of the hubbub. This is our way to help, we ask nothing in return, just pay it forward with kindness and hopefully together we can spread a little more good cheer!

When you print out the cards for yourself maybe consider printing a couple extra. You could slip one under the windshield wiper on someones car as a random act of kindness, or give one to that sweet little old lady down the street that doesn't seem to have much family. For some, the holidays can be really hard if money is tight or if they don't have someone to spend it with. Please tell your friends or family, these were made to be shared and help us spread good cheer this holiday season!

Our Season's Greetings cards come in two color choices, red or blue. Measuring 3 x 5 inches when folded, they fit perfectly into a 4 bar envelope that you can find at most office supply stores. We recommend using card stock to print these on for a nice card feel. Oh, and how can I forget, we also made matching gift tags so you can wrap up all of your holidays in a similar fashion!

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Season's Greetings cards in blue

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Season's Greetings cards in red

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Season's Greetings gift tags

And the winners are...

Thank you to everyone who entered our November giveaway! We always enjoy hearing other people's holiday traditions, they all sound so joyful.

One of my favorite holiday traditions happens each year at the very end of Christmas. After we have stopped by every family gathering we know of, hugged every relative in sight and eaten more food than you normally would consume in two days, we end our Christmas at Joe's father's house. There we finish the evening all curled up on the couch, or the floor, surrounded by a mountain of wrapping paper and watch The Grinch cartoon. Every year it marks the end to another great holiday.

Congratulations to Melissa and Lilly for winning our November giveaway. If you both would please email us your address and choice of holiday cards to, so we can ship them in time for the season. To everyone who didn't win this round we do have another little surprise that we think you might like. It will be posted very soon so check back!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Viva Mid Century Modern

A little space-age style to brighten your day.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Paper Fashion

For just a little while I thought it might be nice to take a break from the holiday hubbub and share these wonderful paper dresses with you. I know it is kind of kooky to think that these dresses were a bit Avant-garde, and somewhat of a rage in the sixties. Originally inspired by Pop Art, paper dresses became a fun way for companies and even politicians to get their message seen. What do you think? Maybe to be avoided if you live anywhere especially damp, which might explain why they never quite caught on as a Niagara Falls souvenir.

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