Kitschy and cool… and for the people: Make Kamala and Joe your next guests of honor at your table with our limited edition napkin set which features original and fun portraits of our new fave patriots!
Let’s make what’s important the topic of conversation at our dinner parties.
All napkins come in a set of 4 and feature a tag-less design. Napkins are 20" x 20" and when folded properly display at 4" x 10". Did you know a standard dinner plate has a 10" radius? Well, we did, and we designed for that. When folded our napkins are perfectly balanced proportionally for a more attractive place setting. Who knew? Napkins are 100% polyester resulting in a product that’s easily machine-washable, wrinkle-resistant, and long-lasting. Plus, our printing technique embeds color and ink inside the fibers of the material, not on top. This means your napkins won’t fade and will last for hundreds of dinner parties (and many, many, rides through your washing machine).
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We'll stick to the facts. Joe Biden is fueled by ice cream, has Barack Obama on speed-dial, and will be the 46th President of the United States. And that’s why we’ve turned him into an action figure.
The Joe Biden Action Figure was carefully sculpted by our good friend Mike Leavitt—a real, blue-collar artist from the small town of Seattle, Washington. Mike’s not some corporate billionaire with a private jet who’s trying to oppress the little guy. He’s been helping us make little guys (and gals!) like Obama and RBG, who have inspired folks young and old.
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This book is your ticket to the White House. Yes, you can be president. And of all the tools needed to run for office and lead the greatest country in the world, Anyone Can Be President is at the top of the list. This how-to is filled with practical advice, playful pages (quizzes, games, graphs!), and lots of actual historical knowledge, so you can pave your way to becoming our next commander in chief.Filled with straightforward tips on how to be president and gives simple explanations for complex topics—like creating a SuperPAC and who should do it (hint: not you!)