I cannot decide if this is witty or disgusting. Maybe both. (Via Holy Cool.)
Is it a coffee bag clip or a coffee measuring spoon? Both!
Mini will eat sandwiches . . . if we cut them in interesting shapes. I think these Star Wars sandwich cutters might be worth a try.
These cheese plates from the Brooklyn Slate Company are made of slate and come with a piece of soapstone chalk so that you can write the name of each cheese next to it on the plate. (Via Design Milk.)
Mini received several robot-related items in his stocking this year, and among them was thisrobot ice cube tray from Fred and Friends. I’m happy to report that it works surprisingly well, and the ice cubes come out remarkably detailed in their robotic-ness.
The UnHampered Laundry Basket, currently in production, is a cool idea: use it for laundry, and then fold it up when it’s not in use. Only problem for me is, there’s not really ever a time when our laundry basket is not in use.
1. Pizza Clippers Hey look! Pizza Clippers! 2. Compost Cookies I don’t even know what to say about these except: “Yes, please!” (Via A Cup of Jo). 3. Chop Round Knife Why not make chopping more fun (or, you know, just slightly easier) with this Chop Round Knife by LucidiPevere Studio? I mean, other than […]
Though it’s kind of odd to think about seasoning one’s food out of something that has touched one’s feet, these shoe-shaped by Jonathan Adler are kinda cool.
A pencil salt and pepper set for the scholastic set. (Via Design Milk.)
I find making Mini’s lunches really challenging. For one thing, he doesn’t eat much beyond a few different combinations of bread and cheese. For another, the few things he likes beyond those variations of cheese and bread combinations are considered contraband at school: peanut butter, any kind of dried fruit product, Cheetos. So basically, I’m […]