Not Broken. Not Alone.

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Standalone Flag:  Small (300×90) | Medium (600×180) | Large (3000×900)

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Background Flag:  Small (300×90) | Medium (600×180) | Large (3000×900)

I am not broken.  I am not alone.

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Standalone Flag:  Small (300×90) | Medium (600×180) | Large (3000×900)

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Background Flag:  Small (300×90) | Medium (600×180) | Large (3000×900)

We are not broken.  We are not alone.

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Standalone Flag:  Small (300×90) | Medium (600×180) | Large (3000×900)

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Background Flag:  Small (300×90) | Medium (600×180) | Large (3000×900)

Ace Toothpick Flags

Ever had an ace meetup and wanted that extra something to make it special?

Ever wanted to decorate something with a lot of little pieces of asexual pride?

Ever wanted to stake your claim to a sandwich?

Well, now you can!

Introducing Ace Toothpick Flags!

The do-it-yourself solution to all your ace pride needs!

(Or at least some of them.  The ones that require toothpick flags, anyway…)

Download the patterns here:  PNG | PDF

You just need a printer, some scissors, some toothpicks, and a glue stick (or sticker paper)!

What can you do with Ace Pride Toothpick Flags?

Really, what can’t you do?

You can:

Decorate your ride.

Play capture the flag with friends.

Put it in cake (or cake-like substance).

Travel to distant worlds and claim them in the name of asexuality.

Use one as a bookmark in your favorite book.

 

 

 

An Ace Bracelet

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A couple of weeks ago, I tried to make an ace tie-dye shirt and failed miserably.  So, I tried a different (and simpler) way of being crafty and made this ace bracelet.  On the bright side, unlike the shirt, I can wear this every day.

It’s made of 6/0 “E” beads with an elastic string through the middle.