Think outside the box on your own time. These poster-pad adult coloring books are 8-1/2” x 11” on heavy, perforated stock, so you can tear out and diplay your work. Feature (60) extremely intricate designs. You pick Among the Stars, with designs based on the constellations, along with lots of celestial facts and mythology; or Geometric Designs, with extremely intricate mandelbrot and fractal-inspired designs. You’ll need to sharpen those color pencils, pilgrim. A great way to relax after a long day.
It’s a lady hand, which is making an “OK” sign, but it’s actually a ring display/storage device. The fingers are slender, for to fit rings of all sizes, and it’s made of a heavy-ish black plastic in a matte finish. Stands 6-1/2” tall, which is pretty much life-size. OK, petite life-size.
Finish this unfinished pine box, then put a little jewel inside and make someone happy. Box is fancified, too. Measures 3-1/2" x 2-3/16" x 2-1/4" with routed edges, notched corners and a 2" x 1-1/8" raised ellipse on the top waiting for a name or decoration. Little gold-tone clasp on the front. No jewels? Try putting a hundred dollar bill inside--people always like those.
It will take a person of some sartorial presence to carry this, but if a man’s (or woman’s) reach does not exceed his (or her) grasp, then what’s a heaven for? (Don’t write to complain--call Robert Browning.) In vinyl, in a take-no-prisoners floral print, this pouch/purse is 6-1/2" x 4-5/8" with a gold-tone retro snap closure. The question is: do you have the confidence to carry it?
For under four bucks, too. This little nightlight has a ball switch to turn it on, a photocell to keep it off during the day, and a depiction of the solar system (yes, ours!) to project on your ceiling. For upright outlets. Sideways outlets just project a badly distorted solar system on the wall and floor, although some folks prefer that. UL.
Nifty in the extreme, this magnifier has (4) white LEDs plus a super-bright 1W COB LED putting out a total of 100 lumens, both around a 1-3/4” x 2” 2X glass lens (ignore the 3X on the box) on top of a 6-1/2” long two-part folding arm above a base that holds the (3) “AAA” batteries that it comes with free and gratis for no extra charge. The whole thing folds down into a 3-1/2” x 2-1/2” x 1-1/2” thick package. Like a bar of Ivory soap, or a pack of Gauloises regulars for you Parisian poets.
Just ax yourself if you really need a big hatchet when this excellent, and extremely cute, stainless steel mini hand ax is available. Blade is 4-1/2” wide on a 5” molded handle, so the whole shebang is just 9” long. Comes with a canvas sheath with a belt loop for easy carrying.
These here are modern-day replicas of old timey metal signs with rows of light bulbs inside. They’re still in black steel, but smaller, and with little round bulbs with yellow-white LEDs (to mimic incandescents, we think) inside, so they’ll light up longer than you will, probably. You pick: the arrow sign is 13-1/2" x 7" x 2" with (8) bulbs, and will point up, down, right or left, depending on how you hang it; or the dollar sign, 13-7/8" x 7" x 2" with (11) bulbs, and it’s the same upside down as right-side up. You add a pair of “AA”s for power. Both hang from keyed slots on the back.
Add a little whimsy to your life with this 140-page hardbound journal. Has columns of type and a pair of glasses above a mustache and red bow tie on the cover. Inside has 1/4” rules and a small bow tie on 8-1/4" x 5-1/4" pages. If you really need to know, the background type is an Irvine (CA) World News story about flight instructor/opera singer Ron Rapp. Has an elastic band closure. (The journal, not the pilot/singer.)
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