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  • Block Crayons
    January 13th, 2012
    It's the end of the week, and just as you think your liquified brain can do more creating, your hands can clasp no more writing utensils, and the spittle from…
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  • Lace Vase
    January 12th, 2012
    Reuse your plastic and glass containers with this rubber top. It fits over all sorts of containers, and makes an instant vase out of most things currently sitting in your…
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  • Two Sided Sleep Mask
    January 9th, 2012
    For long haul flights, this mask is a must. Display your meal preference with no room for error (exception: you sleep on your face) and make the best out of…
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  • All Purpose Greeting Cards
    December 29th, 2011
    All purpose greeting cards are the way to go for last minute messages, especially when they have a funny way of offering so many options. Paper cards, though rare nowadays,…
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  • Crumpled City Maps
    December 21st, 2011
    What? You're still doing your holiday shopping? Check your local bookstores for these maps, because they are genius. Instead of endlessly folding/refolding, you just crumple up this map and throw…
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  • Richard Tipping Signs
    December 20th, 2011
    Designed by Richard Tipping, these signs play with familiar images and text that will have you looking twice. Open/Closed Sign, $18.00, from Design Warehouse Sante Fe 'Come in we're Closed'…
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  • Origami Sticky Notes
    December 20th, 2011
    If you have a plethora of sticky notes around your workspace, just think how nice would it be to make a little origami from them instead of chucking them in…
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  • Archie Grand Notebooks
    December 19th, 2011
    Keep track of your friends and foes with these colorful notebooks, or just pretend like you do and use it for notes and sketches instead (which would be my recommendation).…
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  • Zip Pouches by Pamela Barsky
    December 13th, 2011
    Whether you're traveling around the world or just around town, these pouches by Pamela Barsky will keep your stuff organized... with a little bit of commentary thrown in. More below.…
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  • Magnifire Reader or Firestarter
    December 5th, 2011
    This small flat lens (called a Fresnel Lens) magnifies up to 2.5, making it ideal for tiny print. Now, you might not need a magnifier every day, but perhaps you'd…
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  • Magnetic Pencil
    December 1st, 2011
    Now, why has this not popped up on the collective radar before now? It's a magnetic pencil with no varnish (cedar wood, eco friendly), so you can keep it handy…
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  • Montre Post-it Watches
    November 30th, 2011
    Ah, now this is a must have for us forgetful folks. Each note sticks to itself to form a band, making a perfect wrist reminder for important times, notes, etc.…
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  • Bandit Ruler
    November 28th, 2011
    Respond to your work mates' office antics with a well aimed, cross-the-room rubber band shot. The Bandit is a rubber band shooting ruler made that's 100 percent designed to be…
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  • Old Time Sling Shot
    November 22nd, 2011
    What do you get for someone that has everything? An old time slingshot, made from buckthorn branches, latex tubing, and a leather projectile pouch. I like that 'female adult supervision'…
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  • Scrabble Letter Mugs
    November 21st, 2011
    AMAZING. 19, double word score, 38 points. Delight your favorite wordsmith or board games player with these Scrabble-inspired mugs. Game on!
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