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  • 1,000 Places To See Before You Die


    1,000 might be a daunting number, but you don’t need to use this book as a checklist. Use it instead as a guide to jumpstart any travellling ambitions you may have. If you’re going fulfill your dreams of exploring, you might as well begin in the best places in the world.

    $14 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 13 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Stacked Print


    Stacked birds make for cheerful wall decor in any room. A print of an original watercolor illustration by the artist, Stacked is simple, colorful and lovely.

    $30 at Geninne | Buy

    | Posted 11 Jan, 2012 by Rene
  • Wicked Witch in the Book


    Not ready to give up on actual books? Hold your place with a pair of wicked witch legs, ruby slippers and all. Just be sure to keep an eye out for her sister. Handmade by Olena Mysnyk.

    $25 at My Bookmark | Buy

    | Posted 05 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Canon Camera Lens Mug


    Shutterbugs will love this Canon camera lens mug. It looks just like a 24-105mm black lens, but with a stainless steel lining perfect for your double tall latte. Prefer Nikon? There’s a version for you, too.

    $24 at Photojojo | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2012 by Christy
  • Bicycle Old Fasioned Glass


    Queen said it best: I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike! This set of screen-printed old fashioned glasses will charm any lucky recipient. Sipping cocktails out of whimsically designed glasses in a rainbow of colors? Weeeee!

    $75 at Vital | Buy

    (Set of 10)

    | Posted 29 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Words Of Wisdom Hand-Cut Silhouette


    Tina Tarnoff spent who knows how much time cutting this sheet of paper into a work of art. The level of detail is mind-blowing, and the Einstein quote is inspiring. This silhouette makes for a lovely and motivating gift, perfect for any wall in need of some wisdom.

    $85 at Tina Tarnoff | Buy

    | Posted 28 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Pug Bookends


    For the love of pugs, your books are lonely up there on that shelf. How about some company in the form of this irresistibly cute set of black and white bookends? Pugaliscious.

    $15 at Z Gallerie | Buy

    | Posted 21 Dec, 2011 by Christy
  • Grow At Home Mushroom Kit


    Mist and grow, it’s that simple. Grow your own fancy pearl oyster mushrooms in your kitchen, right in the box. Snatch off a few stems when you need them and watch for more ‘shrooms to bloom. Just like that, you’re a localvore.

    $20 at Abe's Market | Buy

    | Posted 19 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Rock Star Spatula


    Flip flapjacks the fun way. You can serve up a rockin’ breakfast with a little air guitar on the side. Maybe set the mood with a little Bon Jovi.

    $15 at fred flare | Buy

    | Posted 19 Dec, 2011 by Christy
  • The Louvre: All the Paintings


    If Paris isn’t in the budget right now, art lovers can still get up close and personal with all the paintings in the Louvre. Seriously. All 3,022 paintings on display in the permanent painting collection are in this book. And you won’t have to fight the crowds or stand on your tippy toes to see Mona.

    $45 at Barnes & Noble | Buy

    | Posted 15 Dec, 2011 by Christy
  • SunnyLIFE Beach Sounds Radio


    Somewhere it is sunny and in need of a soundtrack. The Beach Sounds is a water and sand resistant radio, meaning it is ready to party hard in the dunes or pool-side. Plug in your iPod or cruise the local stations for some summer fun tunes.

    $40 at Ron Robinson | Buy

    | Posted 13 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Gingerhaus Ultimate Gingerbread House Kit


    Don’t freak out- this gingerbread house kit is totally doable. Gingerhaus supplies the frame for your confectionery mansion, so all you really have to do is a little baking and add the decorative flair. And then snack on it through New Year’s, of course. A fun and fancy way to embrace the holidays.

    $30 at Sur La Table | Buy

    | Posted 12 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Cocktail Recipe Coasters


    Handmade ceramic coasters by Robert Siegel boast old-school cocktail recipes with a smooth glazed finish. A unique (limited edition!) and easy, grab-and-go hostess or Yankee Swap gift that will stand out from the rest of the loot. Maybe hoard one set for yourself, too.

    $48 at Robert Siegel Handmade | Buy

    (set of 4)

    | Posted 06 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Tie One On Pint Glasses


    A great gift for a mountain climber or knotty fellow, this set of four pint glasses features four essential knots. Toast to your favorite mountain peaks while learning to tie the Munter Hitch.

    $25 at Mountain Gear | Buy

    (Sale Price: $19.97)

    | Posted 05 Dec, 2011 by Christy
  • Fortitude by Glassybaby


    Give the gift of goodwill with this blown glass votive made by Glassybaby, headquartered in Seattle and founded by cancer survivor, Lee Rhodes. Available in multiple colors with unique names like Saturday Morning and Bff, Glassybaby donates to a multitude of charities dedicated to helping others.

    $44 at glassybaby | Buy

    | Posted 05 Dec, 2011 by Christy
  • Owl Be Home Ornament Set


    Whoooo is the cutest tree ornament? This kooky trio of owls add some offbeat festiveness and unexpected color (take that, green and red!) to your tree.

    $25 at mod cloth | Buy

    | Posted 01 Dec, 2011 by Rene
  • Mini Tissue Boxes


    A miniature box of tissues sporting Lotta Jansdotter designs don’t cost much at all (five dollars! That’s equivalent to an extra-pump latte.) but will provide plenty of playful, colorful fun for a special gal’s desk.

    $5 at Lotta Jansdotter | Buy

    | Posted 30 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Wine Bottle Attire


    Cozy up that wine gift, it’s cold out there! Holiday party wine bottles call for festive attire- a jaunty hat and scarf. No need for mittens.

    $10 at Sundance Catalog | Buy

    (Buy 3 or more sets for $8 each)

    | Posted 28 Nov, 2011 by Christy
  • The Book of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks


    Amuse party guests with Bethany Keeley’s collection of misused quotation marks. Grammarians will “love” it.

    $15 at CB2 | Buy

    | Posted 28 Nov, 2011 by Christy
  • Kendall LeCompte Tree Menorah


    Well, wow. A simply beautiful Menorah that will not only help you celebrate Hanukkah in style, but add some chic elegance to your home year-round. Made from iron by artist Kendall LeCompte, the Tree Menorah is an instant heirloom.

    $188 at The Museum of Arts and Design | Buy

    | Posted 21 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Postcup


    Send greetings the old fashion way, with a modern twist. Write a message on Postcup and the lucky recipient will have it forever. Make sure you really mean what you write- this note won’t wash off.

    $52 at Bailey Doesn't Bark | Buy

    | Posted 15 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Cardboard Chandelier


    A high-class look on a low, low budget. Assemble this cardboard chandelier yourself and hang in your home for some eco-friendly fabulousness. Feeling creative? Bust out the magic markers and glitter and make this chandelier a creation of your very own.

    $32 at Seequin | Buy

    | Posted 15 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Spiced Acorn S’mores


    Make your hosts ever-so thankful for inviting you to Thanksgiving. Presenting a platter of Spiced Acorn S’mores will, in fact, secure your return invitation for years to come. Two Hearts Bakery whips up these delectable treats, sealing hand-cut marshmallows (made with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg) between cinnamon-spiced graham crackers. And then they dip that entire pile of deliciousness in dark chocolate. Congratulations, you’ve just earned a seat at the adults table.

    $25 at Williams-Sonoma | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Chipmunk With Cappuccino Dish


    Decidedly offbeat, but undeniably cute- look, that chipmunk is holding a teeny tiny cappuccino! The perfect little catch-all dish for a quirky caffeine fiend.

    $18 at Pumphouse Studios | Buy

    | Posted 11 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Whiskey Lover Set By Teroforma


    Make like the country club set and enjoy some whiskey by a roaring fire this winter. Teroforma has made a one-stop set for distinguished imbibing- minus the hooch, of course. The set includes two crystal tumblers (fancy!) and 6 whiskey stones that will keep the good stuff nice and cold. Cheers to that!

    $60 at Seltzer Studios | Buy

    | Posted 10 Nov, 2011 by Rene

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