A table lamp with a built-in gravity sensor that resembles an “On/Off” switch， and toggles on and off accordingly as you press it.
If only you could play Super Mario on this： a whiteboard and magnet set that will make your fridge resemble one of the original Game Boys.canvas throw pillow covers
For the superfan who knows the Game of Thrones theme song by heart， a teeny laser-cut music box that you can wind up over and over again.
When you’re living in a shoe-box apartment with more people than you can handle， this zip-up sleeping pod will at least give you the illusion of your own space.
The kitchen tool that will save you time and sticky fingers at summer picnics： Watch this Reddit video for the full effect.
So you never have to aim and swat with a newspaper againcheap throw pillow covers， or get too close to their thousand eyes， a handy spider catcher that scoops them up at long range and keeps them in place with a glue trap until you’re ready to release them.
Japanese candy that transforms from powder to an edible gummy， with a sour foam component， too — for the person who’s hooked on slime videos.
A Star Wars collectible that’s functional as well： LED lightsaber chopsticks.
For the indoor cat who wishes he were an outdoor cat， a suction-cup hammock that will let him survey his many winged enemies at close range.
A tailgating tool that will chill any beer within 60 seconds — it beats lugging around a cooler filled with ice.
This moon lamp appears to float in midair thanks to magnets， and can switch between brighter and dimmer modes. It would make a great gift for a kid’s bedroom.
Perfect the dog selfie with this squeaking tennis-ball attachment that helps keep your pup focused on the camera — and also comes very well reviewed.
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I have a friend who is living in some tight quarters.? And her bathroom, as she explained, is kind of like a “closet”.? While we no longer have the same issues (thank goodness for a few cupboards)……..I totally feel her pain.? We have lived in MANY apartments with the same problem.? All there’s room for is one little toilet…….and luckily, a sink.? There have been many times we’ve had no storage space for toilet paper, towels, cleansers, nothing.? And yes, I know, it’s so FRUSTRATING!? So, this friend of mine saw one of these toilet paper holders and asked if I could duplicate it for her.? Well, why not?? Let’s fix that little problem!
Baby is on the way which could mean only one thing - it is time to start decorating that nursery and preparing for their arrival. It is in our nature that we want our babies nursery to look stunning and stylish - we want to give them the best start in life.
Several years ago a friend of mine (Mary Newton, one of the co-founders of OESD), made a pillow very similar to this one. The pillow is constructed from two placemats sewn back to back and stuffed with polyester fiberfill. The new OESD Sterling Monogram design collection #010 is PERFECT for this. There are two styles of lettering, and each style has two sizes. I used the largest size for the letter “L” and then added the “ove” with lettering from BERNINA Embroidery Software 6.