Posted April 8, 2019 by Kitty Devine

Dryer sheets may help your laundry stay soft, static-free, and wrinkle-free but they also apparently have a negative effect on the environment. Save the use and cost of all those sheets and enjoy animals with these cute Penguin Eco-Friendly Dryer Balls.

Posted April 7, 2019 by Ron Callari

Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22 worldwide. Debuting in 1970, Earth Day now includes events in more than 193 countries, which are coordinated globally within the Earth Day Network. Opening April 17,  Penguins will give you a jump on that special day,  as it celebrates a specific species like how other Disneynature documentaries have done in the past, namely African Cats, Bears and Chimpanzees.

Posted March 4, 2019 by Kitty Devine

They say that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day. Perhaps the most extreme example of this comes in the form of this adorable St. Patrick's Day Emperor Penguin.

Posted February 4, 2019 by Kitty Devine

Fairy gardens are delightful and they don't have to just be for outdoors. These fun Plant Pots for Succulents do most of the work for you and let you add some sweet tiny critters to your decor as well.

Posted January 21, 2019 by Kitty Devine

It's almost Valentine's Day and you undoubtedly want to show your love for someone, even it it is just your self. So show your love with a cuddly Boo, like this fun Sweetums, the Valentine Giraffe.

Posted November 23, 2018 by Kitty Devine

Apparently some people need a geography lesson when it comes to Christmas because they don't realize that penguins don't live in Santa's climes. They prefer the opposite end of the planet. But you can bring more realistic penguins into your celebration with this awesome Emperor Penguin and Chick Ornament.

Posted August 29, 2018 by Kitty Devine

It seems that everyone has gone through a phase where they try their hand at origami, the art of Japanese paper folding. Memorialize those days with one of these cool Origami Menagerie Necklaces.

Posted July 24, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

It is estimated that 3 billion people in the world wear flip flops. Since they don't last forever they end up in landfills, and worse, in the oceans. The Indian Ocean alone washes many millions of discarded flip flops onto the beaches around Kenya. Artists there have been taking the old footwear and re-purposing them into usable objects -- most fantastically into beautiful animal sculptures.