SJP Crafts & Engraving

The Store

Description: ” We offer unique gift items and custom engraving services.

We do what we do out of respect, love, and appreciation for our island heritage and culture. We offer some traditional items and some unique arts and crafts of our own creation. We thank you for the honor and privilege of sharing and celebrating our islander heritage. TA TUNA YA TA GUAIYA IT GEF-PA’GO NA KUTTURA’TA, YAN TA GOPTI IT ACHATAOTAOTA NI MUMANTETIENI I TININGO’ YAN I HINENGGIN MANAINATA! Revere and love our beautiful culture, and celebrate our people that hold the knowledge and beliefs of our ancestors!”

Sell through us

Okay. So if anyone wants to sell their own merch through here shoot me an email with the following details:

  • email address and a contact name
  • photos and descriptions of the items
  • prices plus shipping costs
  • payment options you’ll accept (checks and money orders)

Please note that your items need to be art or music related and your own.

You don’t NEED an online shop to be added to ours and it won’t cost you anything*. Your own merch and a valid email address that people can contact you at is really all that is needed. Please note that we will not take responsibility for any issues regarding your sales. We’re basically just offering a place for you to advertise.

Those of you that get in now will not have to pay anything. We may start charging a small fee to those that join later should this thing take off.

When we start bringing in enough money, we may even discuss buying items directly from those of you with items you’re having a hard time selling on your own and then reselling them ourselves at festivals, shows and other events.

*Established business may be able to advertise for a fee, but we’re currently still discussing/figuring the prices and details.

What else would you like to see on the shop?

Advertisements? WTF?

I know many of you don’t like seeing ads, but they are here to help us make a profit and still keep your membership on free, as well as keep this shop running. Money made through the ads will go to website upkeep, upgrades and more. It will also go to sponsoring bands, artists and shows, should we make enough. Please note that we only make a profit if you actually buy something (and not return it, although I believe exchanges are fine) and not just by the click count.

Not to worry though because we’ve decided to keep the ads off the main website so you’ll only see them when you want to. If you already shop online a lot, consider shopping through our ads for the things you want. Amazon doesn’t only sell music and books. They sell almost anything.

We also plan to contact Guam-based or Guam-made business to offer ad space, which will not only help us, but promote familial-support. Keep an eye out for that.

If you want to check out the ads, click here or the “Shop & Support” link on the sidebar.


Teeh’s zazzle shop

Description: poster“TEEH, born Tanya Jean Manibusan on October 12th, is an 18 year old singer, songwriter, musician and composer. Growing up in a small village town in Guam, TEEH had a rough childhood. From an early age she turned to the streets, and chose the gang life. At the age of 13, the reality of this lifestyle began to show it’s true colors when a close friend committed suicide. Within a few years, another childhood friend was beaten and killed. TEEH turned to music as an escape and wrote a song dedicated to her friend. A little later she would give birth to the driving force behind her life and musical inspiration, her son Tyler. She continued to write and compose music which became popular locally. Until videos of TEEH singing, rapping, playing the Hawaiian ukulele and using a class table as an instrument were put on YouTube by classmates. The videos have been viewed over 10 million times around the world. She is internationally known for her song “FUCK THE BICH”. Now, thanks to the support of her fans she has finally signed a record deal with 1980 Entertainment. She is currently working on her debut album which is to be release in 2008.”