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A buttonmaker's ghost world




 

Sadie Moss began drawing when she was 1, but she didn’t start turning it into a small business until she was 11. That’s when Sadie started Ghost Waffle after looking over some of her old drawings. She was enamored by the ghost holding a waffle — hence the name Ghost Waffle. She’s currently selling buttons adorned with this ghost and its waffle, and hopes to expand her site soon. Help Sadie pay for college! $1.25 per button: ghostwaffle.com

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