Here in Chicago there’s still three hours left in Valentine’s Day 2013, so I’m not too late to post this Let’s Make Out card.
It’s a Kate Spade card for Paperless Post e-card, so technically that means there’s still time to get this card out to someone you want to lock lips with before the day is over.
I really only remember to keep a journal when I travel, so having a Places to Remember Notebook specifically designated for travel would be pretty fantastic. Imagine looking back on your prior travels at the beginning of each new trip, or sharing your memories later with family and friends.
Net-a-Porter • $75
I came across this on Etsy some time ago … I don’t remember when, and I don’t remember how, but wow. I love it. I could go on and on and say a bunch of happy fuzzy things about how we should all come together and blah blah blah … but I’ll let you insert your own happy cliche here. I would love to hang this in my office!
To Purchase: Beauchamping Etsy Shop; Cost: $35
Unless the glue tastes like bacon, one of the tasks I dislike the most is sealing envelopes. The taste of that glue is just … blech. I always have on hand a glue stick or two, but this Coccoina Adhesive sounds one million times better than your traditional glue stick. First of all, it comes with a brush, which will make for a very neat application and means your tongue will never come anywhere close to licking another envelope. Second, it smells like almonds. Third, it comes from Italy.
To Purchase: See Jane Work; Cost: $8
Just because somethings weird doesn’t mean I won’t covet it. In fact, the opposite is true. Sometimes the most bizarre items are the best and I believe that is the case for these Bacon Flavored Envelopes. I’d be willing to try one to see if envelope glue can, in fact, taste anything like bacon. Perhaps I shouldn’t admit that I’ll try just about anything bacon-flavored. But, if nothing else, these envelopes would make for a heck of a conversation piece.
To Purchase: ThinkGeek.com; Cost: $8.99