Cosmic Geode: Lunar Pottery Giveaway and Colorful Cosmic Mugs

Two Lunar Mugs shipped off to two lucky winners in Arkansas and Tennessee last week. People were so excited about this new pottery that we decided to give you newsletter readers another chance to win a gorgeous piece of lunar art:

Enter the Lunar Bowl Giveaway: $165 value, totally free!

This intricate, valuable Lunar Pottery is always available here in our online store. We have also been able to maintain a surplus of our popular Random Cosmic Mugs so you can enjoy lower priced pottery too:

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Bill Nye (The Science Guy) also mentioned Cherrico Pottery on StarTalk Radio a few weeks back! The StarTalk Radio Podcast rules- it’s one of my favorites to stream while working in the studio. During their, “Maker Edition” of Cosmic Queries, I submitted a question about STEM vs. STEAM. It was chosen and read on the podcast 55 minutes in! I can still remember watching Bill Nye in 7th grade science classes. Hearing him talk about art and pottery was mind blowing!

“You don’t really think about how important art and aesthetics are until you think about an Apple product.”

– Chuck Nice, Comedian, StarTalk Radio Guest


Lunar Mug Giveaway

Enter the Lunar Mug Giveaway: $250 value, totally free!

As a thanks for reading our newsletter, you all get first priority to a giveaway of our newest, intricate Lunar Mugs before anyone else. Sharing the giveaway on Facebook and Twitter gives you even better chances to win. Good luck!

If you want to buy Lunar Mugs right now, we also have a few jewels available:

If you’re looking for something less expensive, check out our newest Random Cosmic Mug listing. Thanks to all of your support, we are now able to create and offer these gorgeous mugs at even lower prices:

$25 Random Cosmic Mugs


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If you want a cosmic and lunar combo pack, the image below shows what will arrive at your door. This package went to Neil DeGrasse Tyson in New York City, host of StarTalk Radio and StarTalk TV on the National Geographic Channel.

“Creative people like to play, and that’s how creation starts. You have to be free enough to play, and then it will come.”

– Flora Mace, Member of Dale Chihuly’s Team

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