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  • Starry and Cloud Swirl Tea Towels
    April 11th, 2014
    It's been a little while since a tea towel has been featured, and for all we know you're standing there with your hands wet from the sink and nowhere to…
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  • Kid O Beach Tools
    April 10th, 2014
    If I say 'beach' and you say 'sandcastles!' then you probably need to investigate these tools by Kid O. Yes, they're for kids, but you can use them too. You…
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  • Izola Water Bottles
    April 7th, 2014
    Izola has a new collection of stainless steel bottles to keep water near at hand. With simple phrases like Onward & Upward and A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss, the…
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  • Stick-Up Monthly Planner
    March 27th, 2014
    If you had one of these Stick-Up Monthly Planners you could keep better track of certain events like Mother's Day in the UK this Sunday (Mother's Day in the US…
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  • Titanium Flexy Un-Wallet
    March 24th, 2014
    Now, this is a minimalist wallet. Made from Commercially Pure Grade 2 titanium, the Un-Wallet is very thin (1mm thick) and holds up to 10 cards or 50 bills in…
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    March 13th, 2014
    If one of these kits were within my arms' reach, I'd be building my own geodesic dome, no matter if there were kids around or not. It looks fun, doesn't…
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  • Coveted Things Scarves
    February 12th, 2014
    If you're in a love-fueled craze and don't have a lot of money to spend, then maybe you could get the object of your desire one of these scarves from…
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  • Crumpled Sky Map
    January 21st, 2014
    Just where is Perseus? What about Ursa Minor? Stop asking and start finding out by carrying this Crumpled Sky Map around on your various outdoor endeavors. Whether you use it…
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  • Pheonix Feather Pen
    January 13th, 2014
    Feeling a a bit dull and boring these days? Don't worry, it's just January, and I've got just the thing for you: a Phoenix Feather Pen. I double dare you…
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  • Monthly Measure Perpetual Calendar
    January 2nd, 2014
    It's back to work for most of us, and let's ring in the new year by getting your calendar sorted. How about tracking the date with a perpetual calendar that's…
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  • 365 Typography Calendar, 2014
    December 31st, 2013
    Happy New Year! If you're a typography aficionado, you'll be glad to hear that the 365 Calendar is back again for 2014. Each month features one typeface (chosen by a…
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  • Wood Speaker
    December 11th, 2013
    Nothing fancy, just a wood speaker. Made of beech wood, this little speaker has a built in amplifier and rechargeable battery to keep things simple. It's compatible with the majority…
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  • Spaceless Wallet
    December 6th, 2013
    If large, George Costanza-like wallets annoy the hell out of you, you'll want to check out the Spaceless Wallet. It's the thinnest wallet available, thanks to a polyimide film called…
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  • agenda 2014 – For a Better Year
    December 4th, 2013
    If you need a kick in the pants to make next year better, maybe this agenda by Julie Joliat will be a good fit. Each week gives you a tip…
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  • Dots Furoshiki
    November 25th, 2013
    Double up your gift by wrapping it in the new Dots Furoshiki. If you're saying 'what's a Furoshiki?' I'll tell you: Furoshiki are traditional Japanese wrapping cloths that can be…
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