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IggyAndCassie
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Ask if you want to join, I will tell you how.
We are a member of the SPA which means we are partnered with all these awesome shops (long list warning):


Minimart (Active)

Owner: SwordieTheCoder
Our shop is mini so you can get quality work that's not rushed whatsoever



The Space Shop!(VERY ACTIVE)

Owner: hellounicorns2
O IIG! E OE EETIE I T, OIG EIE, ITI 12 O T OT! OT OE OETE I E T O!





The Effect of Effects! (Active)

Owner: GrahamSH
At The Effect of Effects we strive to make the best text and image effects on the forums! We make everything from LED signs to street signs to GIF resizing to text effects to image effects. Whatever effect you need, I got it!




TheEnhancedText (Active)

Owner: ncro2005
A shop for Custom Text GIF's and more!-Done in under 30 minutes!-Custom Text Icons-Scrolling LED Signs-Image Animations-GIF Resizing-




⚡️78ch3’s Everything Shop ⚡️ (Active)

Owner: 78ch3
We are a Scratch Shop designed to provide fast, friendly service. We can complete any order, including banners, scripts and animations. Join us or order today!






The Shop Review Shop! (Active)

Owner: python_megapixel
The Shop Review Shop is a unique, easy way to get some feedback about your shop, get your shop seen and improve your service! We'll make a test order and write you a review!

Highlights:
  • Get some constructive feedback about your shop
  • Improve your service with our handy ‘pros,’ ‘cons,’ and ‘tips to improve’ sections
  • Get your shop seen with a free two weeks of advertising with every high-scoring order
  • Track your order through every step of the process with the new order tracking page





☼❄☞ ☂ᕼᕮ ᗪᖇᕮᗩᗰ Ꮥᕼ〇ᖘ! ☜❄☼ (Active)

Owner: Jromagnoli
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The rainbow Shop! (Active)

Owner: zoyahammad
Shop description (make sure it is good as it will be the text to represent your shop):
Finding the best banner, logo, sprite etc. in town? You are in the correct place! Get the worlds best banners and logos made from Photoshop! We are professionals! We shall never deny a request since its a scratchers request!
******** The Rainbow Shop************







Poppybunny's Coding Store(Active)

Shop owner: poppybunny
Poppybunny’s Coding Store is the place for coded Scratchblocks and sprites.






DIGITAL ART SHOP(Active)

Shop owner: chaseman3245
Come on down for some art and possible sign-up for a membership card!






The Lush Shop(Active}

Shop owner: owlannaelsa
A unique shop that sells deku scrub characters, just how you want them to look.






The Computer Support Group 2.0 (Active)

Owner: Dude341
Need help with your machine? Support people at ASDA or the store not cutting it? You came to the right place! Ask away!




The Doughnut Shop (Active)

Owner: Bla-Games
A shop for your needs founded on a simple premise: Doughnuts.




♡ Cᴀᴛ's Fɪᴄᴛɪᴏɴ Sʜᴏᴘ ♡(Active)

Owner: XCat
Are you in the middle of writing a nail-biting adventure or a beautiful romance? Or maybe you're finished but need some help with editing or publicity, or want some critique? Never fear, Cat's Fiction Shop is here! We offer illustrations, cover art, critique, editing and publicity! You'll have a top-loved book before you know it!





myed's advanced signature shop(CLOSED BY ST)

Owner: Myed/Myed2/Myeducate
Are you tired of your sig? Annoyed that you have to update it with new information regularly?
Tire no more! myed's Advanced signatures are here!
Features:
- Add any images and instant advertisements
- Links to ANY WEBSITE
- Automatically show your latest posts, projects, followers and more
- Have a hit-counter - see how many people viewed your posts!
- Secure HTTPS encrypted servers, protected against DDOSing and attacks with 100% uptime, located in EU and US!
- Programmed and customized in PHP for your order!
What are you waiting for? Order now!





я๑sε ¢๑。 (Active)

Owner: RoseMaylie
We offer logos, forum signatures, and soon more!!!! As soon as we see your order we will start working on it!!!! And we're also hiring!!!!






In and Out (Active)

Shop owner: MasterOfTheTiger
In and Out has guarenteed quality in less than 48 hours. Many times orders like banners and logos can be completed within 30 minutes. We have just reopened and hope to serve the request forum well. We do not get off-topic and do as much as we can to keep you from having to wait.






The Math Shop
Shop owner: SimplyKomplex
We take all math and coding related orders. Order Now!

Last edited by IggyAndCassie (April 1, 2018 21:43:07)



IggyAndCassie
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Last edited by IggyAndCassie (Oct. 24, 2017 06:52:16)



IggyAndCassie
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FollowCherryBlossom
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1000+ posts

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Username: FollowCherryBlossom
General Idea: Olivia, Rosie, Eve, Joe and Ruby go on a mission.
Plot, Game or Story? Story
Date You Want It For: asap

I am 12


IggyAndCassie
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100+ posts

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FollowCherryBlossom wrote:

Username: FollowCherryBlossom
General Idea: Olivia, Rosie, Eve, Joe and Ruby go on a mission.
Plot, Game or Story? Story
Date You Want It For: asap
Your story is ready! Click here to find your project. Please review in comments of studio.


Cosy1
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Username:Cosy1
General Idea:A platformer
Plot, Game or Story?Game
Date You Want It For:ASAP

Check out my shop! We do all sorts!

FollowCherryBlossom
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1000+ posts

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IggyAndCassie wrote:

FollowCherryBlossom wrote:

Username: FollowCherryBlossom
General Idea: Olivia, Rosie, Eve, Joe and Ruby go on a mission.
Plot, Game or Story? Story
Date You Want It For: asap
Your story is ready! Click here to find your project. Please review in comments of studio.
Thanks

I am 12


IggyAndCassie
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100+ posts

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bump


FollowCherryBlossom
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1000+ posts

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IggyAndCassie
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100+ posts

тнє ρєиgυιи ѕнσρ ~ ѕтσяу αи∂ gαмє ι∂єαѕ, αят αи∂ мυ¢н мσяє ~ иσω нιяιиg

FollowCherryBlossom wrote:

Application: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/182797282/
You're hired! Please put completed projects in the store studio and alert the customer on their profile. Sorry for late reply, your message didn't show on my message alerts.


FollowCherryBlossom
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1000+ posts

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IggyAndCassie wrote:

FollowCherryBlossom wrote:

Application: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/182797282/
You're hired! Please put completed projects in the store studio and alert the customer on their profile. Sorry for late reply, your message didn't show on my message alerts.
Thanks!

I am 12


IggyAndCassie
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100+ posts

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IggyAndCassie
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100+ posts

тнє ρєиgυιи ѕнσρ ~ ѕтσяу αи∂ gαмє ι∂єαѕ, αят αи∂ мυ¢н мσяє ~ иσω нιяιиg

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fphiladelphia
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1000+ posts

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Starting anew shop? Sounds interesting. I will consider joining(later)


IggyAndCassie
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100+ posts

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fphiladelphia wrote:

Starting anew shop? Sounds interesting. I will consider joining(later)
Thanks for considering to consider! If you decide to join please post a link to your application.


fphiladelphia
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IggyAndCassie wrote:

fphiladelphia wrote:

Starting anew shop? Sounds interesting. I will consider joining(later)
Thanks for considering to consider! If you decide to join please post a link to your application.
Ok


IggyAndCassie
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100+ posts

тнє ρєиgυιи ѕнσρ ~ ѕтσяу αи∂ gαмє ι∂єαѕ, αят αи∂ мυ¢н мσяє ~ иσω нιяιиg

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Partial2Partials
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The Life of a Mouse - Partial2Partials - Application form:
My life started out at a pet shop. I was nothing more than a small, pink, eyeless, hairless bean. All I knew was my mother, who nursed me and my siblings every day. I grew as mice do. I played with my siblings as mice do. All was well.

One day, something was off. Change was in the air. I heard the door to the pet store open as a man walked in. “Welcome to Partial's pet store, how can I help you today?” The man didn't even look in the clerk. He walked past the bird aisle, past the fish aisle, past the reptile aisle, right into the rodent aisle in the back of the store. He walked towards my cage. I heard him say, “How much for that one?” I didn't see him because I was hiding in our little plastic igloo. A clerk answered, “Fifteen dollars.” There was a flash of light as the igloo was lifted up. I almost didn't see the man's hand lift me by the paw, which is no way to hold a mouse. “I'll take it home. Here.” The man pressed a ten dollar bill and a five dollar bill into the clerk's hand and walked out the door, with me in his hand. I rode in his old, rickety car to what I assumed was his house. He unlocked the door, walked in, and went up some stairs to a small room. In it was a large blue Tupperware. He tossed me in, along with a plastic water bottle and a bag titled “Mouse food.” None of those were open. The man said, “Well, have fun in your new home.” I was lonely. I was scared. I managed to chew through the mouse food, but when I tried to chew through the water bottle, it spilled all over and I couldn't drink. I had nothing to do but wait. And I waited. And I waited. And I waited.

Finally, I heard the door to my room open. Two children walked in. “So this is the mouse, huh?” One said. He threw a pebble at me. It hit me square in the nose. “C'mon, let's go. This ain't worth our time.” They slowly walked out of the room. Right before the door shut, I decided I had had enough. Summoning all of my strength, I jumped out of my cage and bolted to the door. I was so close that the edge of the door grazed my tail. Neither of the children saw me as I bolted out of the window. I was a street mouse.

Being a street mouse is hard. I spent my days rummaging through trash cans and dumpsters, looking for food. When I found food, it was always half-eaten, rotten, or most likely both. Despite this, it was better than the blue Tupperware and the children. Eventually, I saw a familiar sign. “Partial's Pet Store.” I climbed in through an open window. I walked past the bird aisle, past the fish aisle, past the reptile aisle, into the rodent aisle. I saw my fellow mice. My fellow mice saw me. I grabbed the bars on the side of my cage and pulled to open the door. I climbed in. All was well.

Do you ever wonder if the kumquats eat our siggys as payback for us eating them?
IggyAndCassie
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Partial2Partials wrote:

The Life of a Mouse - Partial2Partials - Application form:
My life started out at a pet shop. I was nothing more than a small, pink, eyeless, hairless bean. All I knew was my mother, who nursed me and my siblings every day. I grew as mice do. I played with my siblings as mice do. All was well.

One day, something was off. Change was in the air. I heard the door to the pet store open as a man walked in. “Welcome to Partial's pet store, how can I help you today?” The man didn't even look in the clerk. He walked past the bird aisle, past the fish aisle, past the reptile aisle, right into the rodent aisle in the back of the store. He walked towards my cage. I heard him say, “How much for that one?” I didn't see him because I was hiding in our little plastic igloo. A clerk answered, “Fifteen dollars.” There was a flash of light as the igloo was lifted up. I almost didn't see the man's hand lift me by the paw, which is no way to hold a mouse. “I'll take it home. Here.” The man pressed a ten dollar bill and a five dollar bill into the clerk's hand and walked out the door, with me in his hand. I rode in his old, rickety car to what I assumed was his house. He unlocked the door, walked in, and went up some stairs to a small room. In it was a large blue Tupperware. He tossed me in, along with a plastic water bottle and a bag titled “Mouse food.” None of those were open. The man said, “Well, have fun in your new home.” I was lonely. I was scared. I managed to chew through the mouse food, but when I tried to chew through the water bottle, it spilled all over and I couldn't drink. I had nothing to do but wait. And I waited. And I waited. And I waited.

Finally, I heard the door to my room open. Two children walked in. “So this is the mouse, huh?” One said. He threw a pebble at me. It hit me square in the nose. “C'mon, let's go. This ain't worth our time.” They slowly walked out of the room. Right before the door shut, I decided I had had enough. Summoning all of my strength, I jumped out of my cage and bolted to the door. I was so close that the edge of the door grazed my tail. Neither of the children saw me as I bolted out of the window. I was a street mouse.

Being a street mouse is hard. I spent my days rummaging through trash cans and dumpsters, looking for food. When I found food, it was always half-eaten, rotten, or most likely both. Despite this, it was better than the blue Tupperware and the children. Eventually, I saw a familiar sign. “Partial's Pet Store.” I climbed in through an open window. I walked past the bird aisle, past the fish aisle, past the reptile aisle, into the rodent aisle. I saw my fellow mice. My fellow mice saw me. I grabbed the bars on the side of my cage and pulled to open the door. I climbed in. All was well.
Hired! I'm going to put you down as American grammar. You can find the art we give out with every order here. Please notify me when you have backpacked it so I can unshare it to reduce the risk of non-staff members finding it.

Last edited by IggyAndCassie (Nov. 25, 2017 18:50:54)



Partial2Partials
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IggyAndCassie wrote:

Partial2Partials wrote:

The Life of a Mouse - Partial2Partials - Application form:
My life started out at a pet shop. I was nothing more than a small, pink, eyeless, hairless bean. All I knew was my mother, who nursed me and my siblings every day. I grew as mice do. I played with my siblings as mice do. All was well.

One day, something was off. Change was in the air. I heard the door to the pet store open as a man walked in. “Welcome to Partial's pet store, how can I help you today?” The man didn't even look in the clerk. He walked past the bird aisle, past the fish aisle, past the reptile aisle, right into the rodent aisle in the back of the store. He walked towards my cage. I heard him say, “How much for that one?” I didn't see him because I was hiding in our little plastic igloo. A clerk answered, “Fifteen dollars.” There was a flash of light as the igloo was lifted up. I almost didn't see the man's hand lift me by the paw, which is no way to hold a mouse. “I'll take it home. Here.” The man pressed a ten dollar bill and a five dollar bill into the clerk's hand and walked out the door, with me in his hand. I rode in his old, rickety car to what I assumed was his house. He unlocked the door, walked in, and went up some stairs to a small room. In it was a large blue Tupperware. He tossed me in, along with a plastic water bottle and a bag titled “Mouse food.” None of those were open. The man said, “Well, have fun in your new home.” I was lonely. I was scared. I managed to chew through the mouse food, but when I tried to chew through the water bottle, it spilled all over and I couldn't drink. I had nothing to do but wait. And I waited. And I waited. And I waited.

Finally, I heard the door to my room open. Two children walked in. “So this is the mouse, huh?” One said. He threw a pebble at me. It hit me square in the nose. “C'mon, let's go. This ain't worth our time.” They slowly walked out of the room. Right before the door shut, I decided I had had enough. Summoning all of my strength, I jumped out of my cage and bolted to the door. I was so close that the edge of the door grazed my tail. Neither of the children saw me as I bolted out of the window. I was a street mouse.

Being a street mouse is hard. I spent my days rummaging through trash cans and dumpsters, looking for food. When I found food, it was always half-eaten, rotten, or most likely both. Despite this, it was better than the blue Tupperware and the children. Eventually, I saw a familiar sign. “Partial's Pet Store.” I climbed in through an open window. I walked past the bird aisle, past the fish aisle, past the reptile aisle, into the rodent aisle. I saw my fellow mice. My fellow mice saw me. I grabbed the bars on the side of my cage and pulled to open the door. I climbed in. All was well.
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Do you ever wonder if the kumquats eat our siggys as payback for us eating them?
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