This otherwise standard electrical tape has one simple feature that addresses a first world problem. Two gray lines printed along the length of the tape make it easy to see where the end is. All tapes should be made like this.
These ceramic salt and pepper shakers are designed to look like giant-sized versions of those little paper shakers you get with fast food. Though these ones are guaranteed not to dump an inedible portion of the stuff on your food.
Ceramicist Catherine Smith’s stoneware popcorn bowl not only looks beautiful, it has a built-in strainer that lets unpopped kernels fall into a separate compartment, sparing your teeth from an unpleasant surprise while snacking.
This smartly designed LED flashlight clips neatly onto your bag or belt loop, and has built-in magnets for easy hanging from metallic surfaces. Offers 120 lumens of brightness and runs for about six hours on three AAA batteries.
Warm your cockles this winter with two very special, beautifully smooth Speyside single malt scotch whiskys for very special occasions. The 18yr. has bold flavors of coffee and burnt orange, while the 25yr. is spicy, earthy and chewy.
Mate puts a complete chess set on your wall, and doubles as a playable work of art. The square pieces hold neatly in their wood cubbies, and can be ordered in a variety of colors. Measures 23.5(h) x 18.5″(w) x 2.25″(d).
Chris Gojal Krogsgaard’s Bake On are tea towels screen printed with step-by-step recipes of cakes, cookies, cupcakes, frostings or muffins. They feature both metric and imperial as well as ºC and ºF measurements.
Despite the shortcomings of this clip (vertical video, broken teeth from frozen Starburst), we still find the idea of replacing the ice in our freezers’ ice maker with candies to be truly inspired – especially those mini Reese’s PBCs.
Awesome Gifts from the Awesomer Shop