Posts filed under 'Kids'

Mobile Home Cardboard Dollhouse

Mobile Home Cardboard Dollhouse Play sessions don’t have to stop on road trips, holidays, and trips to Grandma’s house, thanks to the Mobile Home cardboard dollhouse.

$35  at Sparkability.

Add comment December 4th, 2007

Talking Japanese Watches

Talking Japanese Watches Learn a bit of Japanese with these fun watches, which read you the time in their native tongue.

$20  at Fred Flare.

Add comment December 3rd, 2007

Pinhole Camera Kit

Pinhole Camera Kit Give the gift of photography (and a DIY spirit) with this build-it-yourself pinhole camera kit.

$28  at MOMA Store.

Add comment December 1st, 2007

3D Doodle Kit

3D Doodle Kit
Watch your doodles jump off the page when you slip on a pair of 3D glasses.

$9  at Fred Flare.

2 comments November 23rd, 2007

Mid Century Piggy Bank

Mid Century Piggy Bank Teach your little ones about the value of saving money with this hand-glazed piggy bank, cast from an authentic mid-century mold.  Or–just use it as a stylish place to stash your spare change.

$28 at Elsewares.

Add comment November 21st, 2007

For Love or Bunny T-Shirt

For Love or Bunny T-ShirtReminds me of my own bunny, Velvet, who I suspect loves me only for food.

Thanks, Joy, for the tip!

$22.95+  at NoiseBot.

Add comment August 27th, 2007

Acrylic Hair Band

Acrylic Hair BandPlayful dice-shaped acrylic blocks are the epitome of modern mod.

$3.80  at Forever 21.

Add comment May 1st, 2007

Robot Onesie

Robot Onesie Cute zombie robots?  Not an oxymoron.

$24  at Elsewares.

Add comment April 19th, 2007

Love Tape

Love Tape
Spread the love this Valentine’s Day with this sticky Love Tape!

$5  at Fred Flare.

2 comments February 5th, 2007

Baker’s Bar Dessert Erasers

Baker's Bar Dessert Erasers Designer and PhD student Erica Walker designs for those who appreciate things that are Super Cute.  We’re all over Super Cute and adore her dessert erasers–irresistable, yet diet friendly. 

How’d she make them?  She gave us her recipe:

1 part obsession with erasers since age 4.
1 part unsuccessful attempt to create a Junk Food Barbie, her expanding/contracting waist, and her many, many  accessories.
1 part Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture by Claes Oldenburg.

Why else do we heart Erica?  She eats potato chips with chopsticks to avoid having greasy fingers. 

$15  at edesse designs.

2 comments January 17th, 2007

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