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Bowls

Footbowl Snack Bowl

Footbowl Snack Bowl

Celebrate football season the right way this year, and serve up your snacks in one of Animi Causa’s playful stadium-shaped bowls. They’re made from BPA-free melamine, and measure 9.25 x 2.75 x 7.67 in. Available in US football or soccer field designs.

Double Dipper Bowls

Double Dipper Bowls

These split-compartment bowls are perfect for separating individual portions of chips and dips, snacks and sauces, nuts and shells, and more. They’re made from BPA-free high-density polyethylene, are dishwasher- and microwave-safe, and sold in sets of four or six colorful bowls.

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Volcano Chip and Dip Bowl

Volcano Chip and Dip Bowl

You let the chips fall where they may if you build your home at the foot of an active volcano – especially when you know it can rain molten nacho cheese or spicy salsa on your head. Suck UK’s porcelain bowl serves as a reminder to evacuate at the first sign of Doritos.

Bowling Ball into Bowling Bowl

Bowling Ball into Bowling Bowl

Woodworker Carl Jacobsen made quite the mess in his shop for this experiment, in which he decided to turn a bowling ball on his lathe, chiseling away the ball’s outer surface and inner core to produce a surprisingly pleasing bowl. Carl says the biggest issue was the smell its core made.

36 Pencil Bowl

36 Pencil Bowl

Designed by Michiel Cornelissen, this 3D-printed structure lets you make your own custom display piece by adding 36 colored pencils of your choice. Its base is designed to hold 36 hexagonal pencils. Available in a variety of colors from Shapeways.

Turning a Bowl on a Table Saw

Turning a Bowl on a Table Saw

We recently saw how a table saw could be pushed outside of its comfort zone by using one to create wood spindles. Now, woodworker French River Springs shows us how he was able to make a turned wood bowl using a table saw, a drill, and a custom jig. The fun starts at 8:21.

Laser Cutting a Wood Bowl

Laser Cutting a Wood Bowl

BOSSlaser shows off a slick design – a decorative bowl that can be cut from a single sheet of plywood or acrylic. It comes into shape as it stretches like a giant spiral Slinky onto its stand. Gorgonaut’s original template is available on Thingiverse for download.

Making a Giant Segmented Bowl

Making a Giant Segmented Bowl

Woodworker Kyle Toth walks us through the process of crafting a massive 32″ diameter bowl by slicing, gluing, layering, and turning concentric rings of mahogany and curly maple wood. If you’ve got a cool $2100 to spend, you can buy the finished piece here.

Star Wars Snack Bowls

Star Wars Snack Bowls

Have Chewbacca, Jabba the Hutt, or a wampa hold your snacks with ThinkGeek’s exclusive and officially licensed Star Wars snack bowls. They’re made of ceramic and can hold up to 3 cups each. They should’ve gone all out and made Sarlacc and Rathtar bowls as well.

Watermelon Shark Server

Watermelon Shark Server

The perfect way to serve up melon at parties. This ceramic watermelon-slash-shark will hold onto your fruit or other snacks, and is way easier and more permanent way to do it than carving one from an actual watermelon. You Martha Stewart types can try that instead.

Soapstone Ice Cream Bowls

Soapstone Ice Cream Bowls

Crafted from temperature-retaining soapstone sitting in acacia wood jacket, these bowls can be pre-chilled to keep desserts from melting while the wood protects your hands from freezer burn. The stone can also be warmed for hot dishes.

Kernel-Sifting Popcorn Bowl

Kernel-Sifting Popcorn Bowl

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.

Monkey Brain Bowl

Monkey Brain Bowl

Replicate the stomach-churning dinner scene from Temple of Doom, and serve up some chilled monkey brains in one of these creepy, lidded bowls, complete with hair. We recommend raspberry sorbet, frozen in brain shape.

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Skull Cast Iron Dish

Skull Cast Iron Dish

According to our calculations, you won’t be using a crystal bowl to hold your treats for another 30-40 years. Until then, place your mini candy canes, keys or extra coinage into this fun handmade cast iron skull, and savor your youth.

Toilet Water Pet Bowl

Toilet Water Pet Bowl

If your mutt’s going to insist on drinking out of the toilet bowl anyhow, why not get them their own, and ensure it has clean water in it? We’re getting one for the cat. And another for our breakfast cereal.

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