This bank is a miniature version of those collection things they have at museums where you watch the coins race to the middle of the spiral. I’m not sure that it will really help your family save enough to start a hedgefund — but toddlers really do like watching those things, so you never know.
I feel like the person who designed this stamp and I would get along really well.
Curls by Primele. $62. Telegram by Paperwink. $18. Parcel by Paperwink. $22. Burlap by Paperwink. $18. Simple by Primele. $59.
Sometimes, I’ll get a business card and find that if I don’t write down notes about it immediately I will forget the context of meeting the person, or the details of where I met them and why. The Quick Scrap Notebook is designed to help with that problem, and comes equipped with a card holder […]
These Desk-It Adhesive Notepads are a cool way of looking at what you need to have done for the whole week, right at the bottom of your computer monitor.
How many bookmarks does one need in the days of Kindles and iPads? Not many, probably. But these are cute.
The Dinobox Stencil Kit lets kids draw dinosaurs and customize them with different heads, tails, arms, legs, and other appendages as they see fit. It’s like drawing, but more precise.
I meant to get this up before BlogHer, but we can always use it as a reminder to buy tickets for next year’s conference, I suppose.
‘Course, I don’t need bookmarks anymore, what with my Kindle, but still . . . this liquid bookmark is pretty cool. Enough to start using paper books again? I have to think about it.
The only thing I would like better is if we could use these menu item pushpins for people. You know, just like an early warning system or something for people who come after you.