Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Sharp Shirter For The Win: The Review

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I posted a while back about Sharp Shirter (click to see the post), a fun website selling animal items, most of which are hilarious. They also donate money from purchases to help protect animals (more about that on their website!).




So anyways, after that post, I received the item I chose to review. I wanted the Majestic Owl print, which I ended up giving to my grandma for Christmas. See, she's SUPER in love with owls, and so every chance we all get, we get her owl things. And this was far too beautiful for me not to give her. I'm planning on going back and buying another one for myself, as well as a few other prints because they're just amazingly beautiful.

This print is so detailed, I am just thrilled with it. My grandma almost cried. She did say she'd love to see what this would look like colored in! While I like it as it is, I think it could also be really awesome colored in, too.







They have a large variety of items from shower curtains, bath mats, bedding, pillows, even t-shirts. Sharp Shirter has funny images (like a sloth on the Empire State Building like King Kong) or beautiful images like this one. Take a look, you're sure to find something you love. 

Back on my original post, the code PARTYTIME gave a 15% discount on the Sharp Shirter website, and I just tried it, it looks as if it's still working! So if you're interested, go get something!

This print came rolled in a tube and was delivered pretty quickly. I can't wait to order more. These make great gifts, or can be hung in any room.


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