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  • Meet Chippmunk

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    Wouldn’t it be awesome to have a personal coupon stash? Without the actual paper coupons cluttering up your bag, of course. And no math required- no figuring out minimum purchases and percentages off. And zero expiration dates, and not even a mention of restrictions. Then, if you could pair those miracle coupons with an easy and streamlined way to shop with them, well, now we’re talking retail heaven. Think of all of the time you would save, no longer wandering the mall aimlessly or numbly staggering around the internet, waiting for something- but you don’t quite know what- to jump out and grab you. That you can also get a really great deal on.

    Yes, technically, you could hire a personal shopper and train them to do your gift purchasing and coupon corralling for you, but man, that would be super time consuming and expensive.

    What you need in a gift home base- a jumping off point to begin your purchases. A website that would, say, present you with a wide array of shops that have oodles of gifts ready and waiting- all within your budget.

    You should meet Chippmunk. Chippmunk, this clever little creature, is your virtual, fur-covered personal shopper with buck teeth. Chippmunk snatches coupons likes acorns, for tons of major retailers, and sorts them by your budget and by what type of gift you’re looking for. You set the parameters, and Chippmunk scuttles around gathering the best deals for you. All in one, easy place.

    Don’t panic, you don’t need to know exactly what you’re looking for, which is actually the best thing about Chippmunk. Thinking about sending flowers to your Nana for her birthday, or clothing to a friend’s new baby? Tell Chippmunk, and he’ll get you started on the right path. Chippmunk will tell you that FTD has the best deal for Nana, but you might also want to look atProFlowers, too- they’ll toss in a free balloon. And BabyGap will ship that new baby gift for free if you use the right coupon code, which Chippmunk has oh-so thoughtfully grabbed for you, just in case.

    So you might not be able to get out of doing all of the work of gift-giving, but Chippmunk can make it infinitely easier and keep you both under budget and sane. Oh, and it’s totally free. Amazing, we know! Go on and go, we don’t mind- you know you want to check it out.

    $0 at Chippmunk | Buy

    | Posted 05 Mar, 2013 in Home by Rene
  • Elle Jewelry Box

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    Do you love delicate, feminine jewelry, but you prefer sleek, modern home decor? Then this is the jewelry box for you. The sleek, glossy, cherry-red lacquered exterior with white trim opens to reveal a neat and tidy interior with plenty of slots to store your baubles.

    $160 at MOMA Store | Buy

    | Posted 04 Mar, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Succulent Monogram Planter

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    Wreaths will look so ho-hum on your neighbors homes when you hang this truly unique succulent monogram on your front door. If you feel like bringing some green indoors, the planter can just as easily lay flat on any surface. Water once a week and this living decor will continue to flourish year-round.

    $130 at Rooted In Succulents | Buy

    | Posted 04 Mar, 2013 in Home by Rene
  • RossLab Bubble Speech Planter and Saucer Set

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    Who knows if the whole “talk to plants to get them to grow better” thing works? Given our track record of plant murdering, though, we’re willing to give this reminder-emblazoned set a try. The pot and saucer are hand-thrown and painted, then finished with a clear gloss glaze to protect.

    $32 at RossLab | Buy

    | Posted 13 Feb, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • 50 State Animals Tea Towel

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    Did you know that Washington’s state animal is the orca whale? Or that Rhode Island’s is the Rhode Island Red Rooster? Well, now you do! This fun tea towel is both educational and functional, serving as a teaching tool when you force ask your child to dry the dishes.

    $14 at Peppersprouts | Buy

    | Posted 07 Feb, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Agraria Bitter Orange PetiteEssence Diffuser

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    Suffuse your home with Agraria’s signature decidedly un-cloying, unusual, decadent scent. No “vanilla fields of cookies” or “lavender-cinnamon-swirl dreams” here, just rich, grown-up notes of clove, bitter orange zest, and a hint of cypress. It’s invigorating and mysterious, and the classy mirrored tray and glass-stoppered bottle is one you’ll love to display.

    $45 at Candle Luxury | Buy

    | Posted 05 Feb, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Love You More Canvas Accent Pillow

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    For that annoyingly in-”wuv” couple that always ends phone conversations with “I love you more!” and “No, I love you more!” (and repeat), we present this pillow. It’s perfect for their extra-long cuddle sessions on the couch, watching sappy movies and nuzzling each other’s necks. Get a room, you two!

    $10 at Kristy's Chic Boutique | Buy

    | Posted 31 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Reed Wilson Holla Door Mat

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    Now you can welcome your guests (and solicitors) with an enthusiastic “Holla!” before you ever even answer the door. Made from natural coco fibers, this durable doormat keeps dirt outside the house while greeting visitors. Hopefully, your friends will get in the habit of immediately saying, “Holla back!” the instant you open the door.

    $50 at American Design Club | Buy

    | Posted 31 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • AKMD Origami Bowls

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    Treat yourself to this set of three cast aluminum bowls inspired by traditional Japanese origami art. We love the idea of using them as catch-alls for earrings, keys, spare change, and the like - it brings a certain zen to your everyday clutter.

    $84 at American Design Club | Buy

    | Posted 29 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Lovely Curio Shelf

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    This heart-shaped wall mounted shelving unit is perfect for displaying all the mementos from your relationship with your sweet honey schnookie pie, from those Wicked tickets to that cheesy I ♥ You teddy bear they won you at the State Fair. It’s not designed for anything particularly heavy or large, but the whimsical design makes up for that in spades.

    $34 at Urban Outfitters | Buy

    | Posted 29 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Garnet Hill Wool & Cashmere Throw

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    What better way to say “I love you” than this sumptuously cozy wool-cashmere blend blanket, available in five soft colors? Give it with a lavender-infused sleep mask, a box of her favorite tea, and a relaxing spa music CD.

    $128 at Garnet Hill | Buy

    | Posted 21 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Darlybird Felt Ball Trivet

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    Made from 169 wool felt balls by Nepali Fair Trade artists, this 9 inch-square trivet is fun, colorful, and just a wee bit - okay, a lot bit - kitschy. It’s perfect for bringing out the kid in you in the kitchen, so go start making some Rice Krispy treats!

    $20 at Darlybird | Buy

    | Posted 17 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Smart Planet Ocie4 Eco Filtered Water Bottle

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    If you resolved to drink more water this year, but hate the taste of tap water and are tired of forking out $1-$2 a bottle for spring water, you’re in luck. This eco-friendly little contraption safely filters tap water for a clean, fresh flavor on the go. The filter will purify up to 100 gallons of water, and an extra replacement filter is included.

    $12 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Hanging Terrarium

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    Bring the outdoors into your home this winter by hanging a few of these bubble-shaped terrariums around the house. Fill with succulents, trailing vines, or even use one as a hanging fish bowl kept neatly out of reach of inquisitive pets and children.

    $18 at Ruche | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Leah Durner Trays

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    New York-based artist Leah Durner is known all over the world for her incredible paintings, and now you can have some in your own home. These trays ($29 for small, $39 for large) feature lacquer prints of her dreamy, marbled artwork. They’ll turn breakfast in bed into a trip to the museum.

    $39 at West Elm | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • West Elm Organic Orchid Duvet Cover & Shams

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    Your bed should be a relaxing, zen space where you can go burrow in and forget all the cares of your day as you drift off to sleep. This bedding ($24 for shams, $109 for duvet cover) features watercolor-printed orchids on super soft organic cotton, sure to send you into relaxing dreams.

    $109 at West Elm | Buy

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • ShopHomegrown Coffee Handmade Wood Sign

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    Available in 20 colors and two finishes (distressed/vintage or clean/modern), this hand-cut, hand-painted wooden sign is a perfect accent for any coffee addict’s abode. Place it right above your coffeemaker so that, when you stumble into your kitchen in the morning with your eyes barely open, it’ll lead you like a beacon to that sweet, sweet java.

    $40 at ShopHomegrown | Buy

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls

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    Reduce static cling and soften your clothes without chemicals with these nifty tennis ball-sized contraptions. Made from lanolin-rich wool that’s been hand felted, these dryer balls will last for several years and the colors won’t ever bleed onto your clothes.

    $28 at The Green Life Co Store | Buy

    | Posted 09 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Claudia Pearson Buy Local Tea Towel Calendar

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    Going locavore in 2013? Well, then, you’ll want to know which produce you should buy each month of the year, when it’s in season and at its peak. This fun tea towel calendar can be framed or pinned on your kitchen wall, or you can use it to pull double duty as a dish towel. Mmm, can’t wait for July and all those strawberries.

    $16 at Claudia Pearson | Buy

    | Posted 08 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Leif Glitter Tart Server

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    Available in silver or gold, this sparkly server turns even supermarket pies into something extra special. After all, why shouldn’t a Wednesday evening feel like New Year’s Eve?

    $22 at Leif Shop | Buy

    | Posted 08 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Lenox Holiday Optic Tumblers

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    Holiday wassail will seem all the cheerier when served in these cranberry hued goblets. Whether you’re serving mulled wine to grown-ups or sherbert punch to wee ones, they’ll add a festive touch. Don’t forget to set out Santa’s milk and cookies with the milk in one of these glasses, too! Even Santa appreciates a good tablescape.

    $40 at Gift Collector | Buy

    | Posted 07 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Joseph Joseph Nest 9 Plus

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    Holy space saver, Batman! This nine-piece prep set offers a large portion of the kitchen gear chefs need, without taking up tons of cabinet room, making it perfect for small apartment kitchens. Included are five measuring cups, a small spouted mixing bowl, a mesh sieve, a colander, and one large mixing bowl.

    $50 at Sur La Table | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • ElisabethMichael Joy Pillow

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    True, this Greek key-printed pillow with red sewn-on letters is technically a Christmas decoration. We’d be inclined, though, to put on the sofa all year long as a reminder to keep joy in your life, no matter what the date is.

    $35 at ElisabethMichael | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Gemstone Magnet Set

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    Adorn your refrigerator with these stunning, unique mineral magnets - that Chinese takeout menu and the dentist appointment reminder card suddenly look a lot classier. The set includes four different agate slices and one each of pyrite, geode, amethyst, and quartz.

    $36 at Leif Shop | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • The Bar10der

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    We daresay James Bond probably has this 10-in-1 bartending tool in his tuxedo pocket at all times - after all, one never knows when one must craft the perfect martini or mojito. Cocktail emergencies can happen at any time! Includes a muddler, channel knife, reamer, zester, jigger, knife, stirrer, corkscrew, bottle opener, and strainer in one handy Swiss Army Knife-style contraption.

    $50 at Spoon Sisters | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet

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