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  • Martha Stewart Living or Books


    Martha is free, and crafty as ever. Her magazine, Martha Stewart Living, is full of projects worth ripping out and saving, whether your mom loves to garden, cook, collect, or create. If mom already has a subscription, consider getting her a compilation book like Good Things or Good Things For Organizing. She’ll be dusting the plant leaves in no time.

    $28 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 03 May, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Omron Premium Pedometer


    This pedometer counts steps, aerobic steps, distance in miles, and calories burned. It does not tell you your pulse, give you inspiring quotations, or microwave your lunch. In other words, it’s a lightweight, simple option for those who choose walking as their primary form of exercise. You can clip it to a belt or tuck it in a pocket and get going.

    $30 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 03 May, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • iPod Shuffle 512MB


    Seriously, she goes to the gym with an AM/FM radio walkman that she bought in 1982. Get her an iPod Shuffle today, and you’ll have just enough time to load it with 120 of her favorite songs, or some choice NPR clips, and give it to her over Sunday brunch. Though you may have to explain what it is. It ships in one to two business days, and shipping is free!

    $99 at Apple Store | Buy

    | Posted 03 May, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Garden Hopper


    Green thumb, creaky hips. This sturdy work seat lets mom scoot from flower to flower, with her tools tucked beneath her and a tall glass of iced tea in the cup holder. Much better than muddy knees.

    $33 at Amazon | Buy

    (23" long, 13" wide and 12.5" high)

    | Posted 03 May, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Satellite Alarm Clock


    Pearl River is offering a bunch of cute, cheap, wind-up alarm clocks right now. This one pictures a night sky with stars and a little spaceship.

    $10 at Pearl River | Buy

    (No longer available.)

    | Posted 02 May, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Printed Linen Shirt



    $78 at Boden | Buy

    | Posted 28 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Asian Serving Tray


    You don’t have breakfast in bed enough. Sunday mornings should be all about pajamas, The New York Times, and buttery toast. Maybe the problem is that you don’t have a dreamy breakfast tray. This one is made of solid wood and has hand-carved legs. Live the dream.

    $98 at Gump's | Buy

    (No longer available.)

    | Posted 28 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Storage Bench


    You can’t have enough places to shove the dirty clothes when guests are on their way over.

    $249 at West Elm | Buy

    (No longer available.)

    | Posted 28 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Strapless Sandals


    A handsome pair of mandals! These are leather with rubber soles, and oh, how they call to your inner gladiator.

    $118 at Kenneth Cole | Buy

    | Posted 27 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Magazine Rack


    If you ever wished your bathroom could look more like a doctor’s office waiting room, consider this stainless steel magazine rack. It keeps your magazines tidy and at ready. Mounting hardware included.

    $313 at Room and Company | Buy

    (No longer available.)

    | Posted 25 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Notepaper Holder


    Nothing can ultimately replace Post-Its, but this looks so much cooler on your desk.

    $28 at DWR | Buy

    | Posted 22 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Greece T-Shirt



    $18 at Busted Tees | Buy

    | Posted 21 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Dysentery T-Shirt


    I never thought the game-nostalgia merchandise craze would extend to Oregon Trail, but this shirt proves me wrong. I linked out to Bitter Shirts because they made it, and therefore have the best price on it, but the Busted Tees shirt description is not to be missed:

    “You bought 1350 lbs of this shirt but you can only carry 200 back to the wagon.”

    $15 at Bitter Shirts | Buy

    | Posted 21 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Kaiju Thump T-Shirt



    $24 at Gamma-Go | Buy

    | Posted 21 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Holga Camera Starter Kit



    $72 at Karma Loop | Buy

    | Posted 20 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • T-Shirt Quilts


    If your significant other has been after you to ditch your decrepit collection of concert tees, there may be hope. Stitch’T makes quilts out of old T-shirts, and you can even ask them to make a custom quilt out of your old T-shirts. Get yourself a cozy throw and open up some closet space.

    $300 at Stitch'T | Buy

    (Price varies by size.)

    | Posted 20 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Volcano


    Kids love blowing things up. Provide them with a safe outlet for their destructive impulses, and perhaps you can distract them long enough to hide the breakables.

    $15 at Sam&Seb | Buy

    | Posted 18 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Ice Cream Scoop


    The perfect ice cream scoop. Tie a ribbon around the handle, and pick up a pint of gourmet ice cream on your way over. You will be invited back.

    $17 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 18 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Everything is Illuminated


    by Jonathan Safran Foer Please read this book, it’s exceptionally satisfying. An excerpt: “She always saw through him, as if he were just another window. She always felt that she knew everything about him, that could be known-not that he was simple, but that he was knowable, like a list of errands, like an encyclopedia. He had a birthmark on the third toe of his left foot. He wasn’t able to urinate if someone could hear him. He thought cucumbers were good enough, but pickles were delicious–so absolutely delicious, in fact, that he questioned whether they were, indeed made from cucumbers, which were only good enough. He hadn’t heard of Shakespeare, but Hamlet sounded familiar. He liked making love from behind. That, he thought, was about as nice as it gets. He had never kissed anyone besides his mother and her… He had never seen another man naked, and so had no idea if his body was normal. The word “butterfly” made him blush, although he didn’t know why… He admired magicians more after learning the secrets of their tricks.”

    $11 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 18 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Tamara Hensick Big Wishes Wishbone


    What do you wish for your loved ones? Health, Joy, Prosperity. Welcome babies into the world, wish your girlfriend well at her new job, get your brother’s married life off to a solid start. You can give them as is, or attach your own tag with a wish written out.

    $3 at Melange | Buy

    (1 1/2" L x 1" W)

    | Posted 15 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Limited Edition Anakin Skywalker Lightsaber


    I can almost hear you pushing your heavy-framed glasses up for a better look. Behold, my geeky brethren, the Limited Edition Anakin Skywalker Lightsaber. It’s an official reproduction from Episode III; the accent pieces are plated with 18K gold. Comes with a numbered metal plaque and certificate of authenticity. (Your breath is totally fogging the screen.) Oh yeah, it also comes with a display case. No Lightsaber collection is complete without it.

    $370 at Target | Buy


    | Posted 15 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Skinny Mini


    ON SALE, QUICK PICK Leather Envelope

    $100 at Kenneth Cole | Buy

    (Regularly $125)

    | Posted 14 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Journal Memory Boxes


    BY REQUEST This acid-free, 100 percent cotton journal features a suede-lined compartment where you can store mementos. The box closes with a magnetic clap, so your treasures will stay put. You could use it as a baby book, storing a locket of hair, baby booties, and a snip of blankie fabric. Or use it as a travel journal and secret away bits of stone from the piazza, a wine label, and a stalk of lavender from the guest-cottage garden.

    $25 at Kate's Paperie | Buy

    | Posted 13 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Burgundy Deluxe Doorman


    BY REQUEST Maxwell writes, “Since it’s all springy now, and Spring means rain, I think you guys should try to find some nifty umbrellas and post them on your site.” I’m tired of all the dreary black umbrellas, so we’ll start with this beautiful deep red doorman umbrella. It’s sturdy and windproof, with sixteen panels, a curved handle, and a 62” arc.

    $24 at | Buy

    | Posted 11 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Clear Blue


    BY REQUEST A blue-tinted, transparent umbrella with metallic handle, so slick.

    $20 at | Buy

    | Posted 11 Apr, 2005 by Margaret Mason

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