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  • Elephant Backpack

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    Little ones will adore this cheery pachyderm pack-it-all bag, available in four colors. It features adjustable straps, soft cotton fabric, a zippered main pocket and front pouch pocket. Made in Thailand with a fair trade agreement that supports native artisans.

    $36 at Hand Crafting Justice | Buy

    | Posted 26 Nov, 2013 by Janet
  • Dark Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

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    Any awkward encounter or frosty reception will soon make way for holiday cheer when you present freshly baked cookies. Fact: No grudge can hold up in the presence of baked goods. Dark chocolate and cranberry cookies make for the perfect post-dinner snack, and these tasty treats also benefit kids fighting cancer.

    $30 at Cookies For Kids Cancer | Buy

    | Posted 19 Nov, 2013 by Rene
  • Marvis Cinnamon Mint Toothpaste

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    Tired of plain ol’ mint toothpaste every morning and evening? Jazz it up with this classic cinnamon mint (cinnamint? mintamon?) toothpaste, which still helps prevent tooth decay, plaque, and tartar even as it gives your tongue a tasty surprise.

    $11 at Blue Ribbon General Store | Buy

    | Posted 12 Nov, 2013 by Janet
  • The Padintosh for iPad 2

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    Go back to your roots. Way, way back. If you were a child of the ‘80s, you remember the classic Apple Macintosh computer. The iPad shows just how far they’ve come, and this retro case is a fun way to remember the past while immersing yourself in the futuristic world of cat videos and Reddit.

    $35 at Gadgets and Gear | Buy

    | Posted 28 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • Halloween Candy Bar Jars

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    Feast your eyes on a deadly (cute) assortment of gruesome (delicious) Halloween tricks (treats) to terrify (delight) ghosts (party-goers) and goblins (you).

    This clever little jarred assortment of sweet treats comes perfectly packaged for a Halloween party or as an autumn-inspired pick-me-up for teachers, neighbors and friends.

    $28 at Paper Polaroid | Buy

    (set of 8)

    | Posted 07 Oct, 2013 by Rene
  • Bat Glasses

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    The cheapest, cutest, and easiest way to fake a costume is with this cute little pair of faux bat glasses made from felt. Stash the prop in your bag for when you’re ready to move on to the next, non-costumed party.

    $3 at Kitty Dune Cuts | Buy

    | Posted 04 Oct, 2013 by Rene
  • TPS Mint File Cabinet

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    Make filing report cards and homework seem (seem, not actually IS) more fun with this pretty mint green cabinet. With three large drawers and rolling, lockable wheels, it’s both practical and stylish.

    Don’t forget to look for some CB2 coupons at Chippmunk.com!

    $159 at CB2 | Buy

    | Posted 04 Sep, 2013 by Janet
  • Hip Hop Coloring Book

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    Snag some crayons and get creative while coloring in 2pac, Salt N Pepa, Grandmaster Flash and many more hip-hop and rap all-stars. Bonus parenting points if you drop some verses on your kids while you color side-by-side.

    $15 at Reform School | Buy

    | Posted 04 Sep, 2013 by Rene
  • Fabric Magnet Board

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    So much to keep track of, so little space. Get organized- and decorate while doing it- with a sweet, fabric-covered memo board from Livy Lou Designs. All of those permission slips and bills suddenly look a lot more attractive.

    $22 at Livy Lou Designs | Buy

    | Posted 26 Aug, 2013 by Rene
  • Goodies Snacks

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    Marathon days of work, meetings, school, carpool, errands and more can lead to skipping lunch or finding yourself stuck in traffic at 5 p.m. and starving. Sign up for Goodies and always have ample snacks on hand. Goodies sends you a delicious package of the latest and greatest in snack foods for a mere $7 a month. Just, please, try not to eat all of the tasty snacks at once.

    $7 at Goodies | Buy

    | Posted 26 Aug, 2013 by Rene
  • Arrows Pencil Box

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    Let these charming arrows point you in an organized direction. This wooden pencil box can be used to house anything you’re trying to keep tidy- hair elastics, make-up, loose change, pushpins- and the sliding door hides it all away.

    $13 at Mmim | Buy

    | Posted 22 Aug, 2013 by Rene
  • Skiff Boat Zippered Pouch

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    We love zippered pouches to corral our miscellany for us, and Lee And Latimer’s charming skiff-printed zippered pouch fits the bill: Cute, practical and colorful. Load this skiff-bedecked bag with pens, make-up, or any sundries that needs organizing.

    $18 at Lee And Latimer | Buy

    | Posted 22 Aug, 2013 by Rene
  • Pinch Provisions Dorm Survival Kit

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    Sure, you’ve packed towels, a shower caddy, sheets, and your (shh) teddy bear, but what about all those tiny random things you won’t know you need in your dorm room until, well, you need them? This nifty little kit contains everything from a screwdriver to earplugs to a laundry bag with laundry instructions, to help you get an “A” in dorm living.

    $25 at South Moon Under | Buy

    | Posted 21 Aug, 2013 by Janet
  • Ombre Abode Coin Bank

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    This charming little house-shaped bank from Ferm Living would be lovely enough on its own, but the addition of pale pink ombre makes it an eye-catching piece worthy of any mantle. Your spare change will finally be on trend.

    $40 at Ferm Living | Buy

    | Posted 05 Aug, 2013 by Rene
  • Bungalow Lunch Cooler

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    Bringing your lunch to school or work just got a whole lot cuter. Available in three vibrantly hued patterns, this insulated lunch tote has two zippered storage sections and a handle, and stores flat when not in use.

    $22 at See Jane Work | Buy

    | Posted 05 Aug, 2013 by Janet
  • Ocean Sole Recycled Animal Sculptures

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    Discarded flip-flops are re-imagined as playful creatures, thanks to Ocean Sole. Artists in Kenya sculpt animals out of the sandals, breathing new life into what would otherwise be beach trash. Choose from a colorful elephant, rhino, giraffe or this proud warthog.

    $24 at Pylones | Buy

    | Posted 27 Jun, 2013 by Rene
  • Shlomit Ofir Gold Flying Birds Layered Necklace

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    Take flight when you wear this beautiful gold necklace, with three layers of chains, each adorned with a bird on the wing. Simple, understated, and classic, it would be a perfect gift for a child just leaving the “nest” to live on their own for the first time.

    $96 at Max and Chloe | Buy

    | Posted 20 Jun, 2013 by Janet
  • Go Key

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    Go Key is a secret, convenient and head-slappingly why didn’t I think of that? invention. Fit your key into the silicone wrist band, snap it up, and never forget your house key again. Hopefully. Go Key is perfect for excersizing or just travelling light with super-stealth concealment.

    $15 at Go Key | Buy

    | Posted 30 May, 2013 by Rene
  • Reds Utility Tote

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    Eyesore billboards are recycled into handy-dandy totes, bags and more at First World Trash. We dig the multitasker utility tote, which features pockets aplenty and super-tough durability, thanks to PVC plastic and old seat belts.

    $75 at First World Trash | Buy

    | Posted 21 May, 2013 by Rene
  • Don’t Grow Up Print

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    Word. A witty (and true) print adds some graphic humor to the home, and would make for some especially bad-ass nursery decor.

    $15 at Vapor Qualquer | Buy

    | Posted 07 May, 2013 by Rene
  • Camba Jewelry Sunshine Bloom Pins

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    The next time you pin your hair up, add a breath of spring to your ‘do with these cheery hairpins. Painted bright pastel colors and adorned with enamel dahlias and roses, they’re just bloomin’ lovely.

    $12 at Parc Boutique | Buy

    | Posted 01 Apr, 2013 by Janet
  • 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 by Rene
  • Zombigami: Paper Folding for the Living Dead

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    Forget paper cranes and frogs, zombie origami is the latest trend. This fun book features 13 different origami zombies to create, along with 50 sheets of origami paper. It’s the perfect thing to keep your hands occupied while you watch The Walking Dead.

    $10 at Plasticland | Buy

    | Posted 13 Feb, 2013 by Janet
  • Green Verbena Hand Sanitizer

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    Ditch the hospital-grade Purell in favor of something far more fresh-scented. Sabon creates hand sanitizer in lovely scents, including our favorite, green verbena. You will fight germs while smelling like a burst of springtime instead of a waiting room.

    $15 at Sabon | Buy

    | Posted 07 Feb, 2013 by Rene
  • Washi Tape

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    Mix up your crafting, decor and gift wrapping with something a bit more stylish than Scotch tape. Pretty Japanese masking tape made from washi paper will make any package or paper mend look chic. Happy Tape carries an insane assortment of colors and prints, but the mint green is a lovely, calming color with peppy polka dots and stripes thrown in.

    $11 at Happy Tape | Buy

    (Price is for 2 )

    | Posted 05 Feb, 2013 by Rene

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