August 17, 2003

Bargain of the Day: pagan cookie cutter

Bored with the traditional crescent-moon cakes in your rituals? What you need is this Pentagram Cookie Stamp:

This is new & made of Solid Pewter. This includes instructions & recipes for cookies. Fast becoming a popular way to decorate home-made baked goods, this cookie stamp is sure to lend a unique touch to any of your ritual goodies. Handcrafted of lead-free pewter, hand wash & dry. Handcrafted items are unique; allow for slight variations. approx. 1 3/8" dia.

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Awww, actually that's quite sweet. It makes a change, I guess. A break from the normal "Oh look, religion, how can we make a profit from it".

Then again, maybe not.

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