If you’re going to spend money on a cookie cutter, it might as well be on one you really like. And we guarantee you’re going to love this one. Why? Because it’s a cookie cutter that cuts out cookies that look like you. Hop on over to Kiszti Bozzai’s Etsy page to order a custom 3D printed cookie-cutter of your lovely mug for as little ast $50.
Arm your kitchen with a tool that’s not only useful, but also whimsical. The Bogey Man Egg Separator Jug is the most efficient kitchen aid for separating egg whites from yolks. Simply crack eggs into the jug and pour. Make sure to kids are around as the egg whites come out of the nose like dripping snot.
Fusing nature into accessories, founder of Michigan-based floral design studio Passionflower Susan McLeary embeds living plants into classy jewelry that makes for the ultimate charming statement piece.
Want a quick way to bake pizza for dinner? Check out Pizzeria Pronto, a stovetop pizza oven that can cook your pizza in as little as 6 minutes. Built with dual cordierite baking stones that absorb heat directly from the flame, it redistributes heat evenly to create an optimal pizza-cooking environment. Temperature in the over can easily reach 600 °F so try not to leave your pizza unattended unless you want to server charred pie.
Want to utilize every inch of a very limited living or work space? Introducing Bookniture, a portable and lightweight book that transforms into a piece of furniture. You can use it as a stool, a foot rest, a nightstand, or a standing work desk. Even better, you can easily fold it back into a book and stash it on a bookshelf when not in use.
Steve Noviello, a consumer reporter for Fox 4 in Dallas, uncovers what the internet-viewing public is considering this month’s fascinating find at Nebraska Furniture Mart with the Aviva Stanoff Design mermaid pillows.
Winson Tam’s alarm clock will make sure you never hit the snooze button again. How? By designing Ruggie, an alarm clock that does not have a snooze button. Even worse, the alarm can only be shut off by standing on an included pressure-sensitive rug with both feet, hence the name. Go on to Kickstarter to fund this evil device.
As a great alternative to Legos, internationally acclaimed Kengo Kuma’s Tsumiki (Japanese for “wooden blocks”) offers yet another opportunity for people of all ages to unleash their inner architect.
To most people, these birds on wires are exactly that. But Jarbas Anellis saw was something totally different. Resembling music notes, he snapped a photo and turned each birds into music notes using a photo editing tool. The result is quite beautiful and haunting at the same time.
Tis’ the season to stay warm and toasty and what better way to do so than with a larger-than-life knitted blanket meant to look like you’re being swaddled like a little babe.