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The best thing on the market to prevent frown lines today isn’t sold by the ounce.

It’s not made from copper, tea, coenzymes or hydroxy acids. 

Doesn’t come in a pump or a travel size — or a million different generations of a million different brands.


It’s been designed with no waste in mind, the authentic ones are made of wood, and best of all — it has the potential to be one the few lifetime purchases this world has to offer.

Quick question.  When was the last time your rolling pin saw the light of play?  Do you even have a rolling pin?

I’m convinced my Grandma Cookie’s creative, satisfying and very long life had something to do with the fact that she used her rolling pin every day for more than half of it.  That — and she was good with the pruning sheers.  But that’s a whole ‘nother topic.

Think about it. 

A device in the 21st century that happily engages both hands, applies perfect pressure to the dough, and brings masterpieces to life.  

A swift and trusty rolling pin, full flour bin and a good brick of lard might just be the real Secret. 

Oh, I know it’s not fancy, but you gotta agree with me on this — if you’re lucky enough to have a good rolling pin, then you’re lucky enough.

And, if you’re lucky enough to have a good rolling pin and it’s stuck in the back of a drawer — well then —

You’re just stupid. 

Author: Julie Ann Stevens

My art flows from the patterns & paths of my lived experience which ⏤ like yours ⏤ are at once deeply personal and entirely universal.

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