Adorable miniture items paired next to their proper Pantone chip!
Ever thought about this? Or had any idea how much the prices varied from? This cute little infographic will give you a better idea. Luckly, at our hometown spot Coors Field it is quite affordable compared to some! Happy 2014 MLB season!
It's maddening. If anyone ever figures out how to click the box, let me know.
The mini museum is "a portable learning tool, a smart and rare ice breaker, and a wonderful piece of historical art. Great for folks aged 7 to 122 and completely safe and non toxic." Now I'm not sure exactly what they have against 123-year-olds, but the mini museum does seem fun and inspiring for the curious and curious at heart.
Each curio includes tiny fragments of items in resin, including things like a T-Rex tooth, a piece of the London Bridge, Mammoth Hair and sand from Waikiki.
Sure, the chocolate inside the wrapper is tasty but it's the packaging that I'm obsessed with!
Circuit Scribe is for "Makers, STEM Educators, Artists, Kids, & Life Hackers." And people who like cool stuff. Using conductive silver ink, Circuit Scribe works to teach through doing. Learning about electricity is as simple as doodling. And a whole lot brighter.
The Kickstarter ends on January 1, 2014.
I was totally unaware that Anthropologie had a blog until I stumbled upon these beauties. If you need some unique ideas for your gift wrapping duties this year - take a look at this article.
I love all of the festive designs companies roll out this time of year. Panera picked Willoughby Design to design their festive goods this year. Stunning pieces of work with a playful twist!
Knock is an app that keeps your Mac locked up until you literally knock on your iPhone.
You don't even need to open the app. Seriously. Just knock on your phone twice (yep, even in your pocket) and using Bluetooth Low Energy, the app communicates with your Mac and voila! How successful this app is in securing your Mac remains to be seen. But I guess I can't "knock it until I try it." Right? Anyone?