Have we got news for you! Are you ready for it?
2 Feet Out The Door now has a store!
That’s right, now you can own a little piece of the places we have been traveling. We have some great items right now, but remember that the store is young still, and growing.
Currently, we have pashmina and Thai silk scarves, wallets, keychains, and pouches that are perfect for holding iPods, cash, keys, chapstick, and other small items. We personally own a few of them and use them for iPods, daily medication/vitamins, and other small daily necessities. We hope to soon add some small antiques, figurines, and other things.
Everything is handmade in Thailand, and your purchases help those that spend time to craft them.
Go ahead and check out the store here. You can also find the store up at the tabs section of the blog.
Also, we are open to suggestions and requests. If you have something in mind, let us know and we will do our best to help you get what you want. There is beautiful and traditional jewelry, clothing, cool t-shirts, and my favorite—hippy pants! I call them that, but they are the most comfortable pants in the world, and I never want to take them off.
If you are interested in anything I mentioned that is not in the store, let me know, and we can send you pictures and prices.
Leave a comment here or send us an email at email@example.com with questions, comments or requests!
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