Chalkboard Napkin Rings

Chalkboard Napkin Rings

I can't remember where I first saw this (maybe Domino?) but I think it's so cute/great. No need for name/place cards at the table- do it on the napkin holder. (And I like the chalk pencil)

  • The next time you have people for dinner, you have to have these napkin rings. These are wooden rings covered with a black matte surface, and using the pencil included you can write notes, erase them with the sponge and write them... The next time you have people for dinner, you have to have these napkin rings. These are wooden rings covered with a black matte surface, and using the pencil included you can write notes, erase them with the sponge and write them again over and over. The next time you guests over you can write their names, a holiday greeting or "you have something between your teeth" note during the meal.

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  • You've probably seen a zen garden before, whether in full size or small for your desk, they are all about calming the mind and sharpening focus. Similar to a zen garden are balancing stones that are stacked to create a similar eff... You've probably seen a zen garden before, whether in full size or small for your desk, they are all about calming the mind and sharpening focus. Similar to a zen garden are balancing stones that are stacked to create a similar effect, it takes time and it relaxes and helps you focus. Why are we going there? Easy, this is inspired by stacking stones, except they are made to easily stack, taking the balancing act out of the equation. 3 stone shaped containers, the top white one is for salt, the middle dark gray one is for pepper and the bottom one is for a dipping sauce like soy. It's already beautiful as it is, but the fact that the stones have a different surface treatment, one is glazed and glossy, one is untreated and matt – is just another lovely feature to make this salt and pepper set even more special.

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  • I have an aunt that collects salt and pepper shakes. She has some really unique and quirky sets. I'd use those adjectives to describe this set. So cute.

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  • This grill is awesome. It is made from porcelain but lined with stainless steel - so the porcelain doesn't get hot. It comes with a trivet so you can use it tabletop, and the handle is also made from stainless steel so it won't ge... This grill is awesome. It is made from porcelain but lined with stainless steel - so the porcelain doesn't get hot. It comes with a trivet so you can use it tabletop, and the handle is also made from stainless steel so it won't get hot, either. Fun for parties - make yakatori, spanish tapas, grilled veggies - you name it! Then, you can use the bowl for salads or whatever you like when not grilling.

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  • Salt and pepper shakers modeled after the ear and mouth pieces of a telephone. Actually, they're not even modeled after them - they are made from real phone parts. Unused of course! Sure to add some conversation to the dinner tabl... Salt and pepper shakers modeled after the ear and mouth pieces of a telephone. Actually, they're not even modeled after them - they are made from real phone parts. Unused of course! Sure to add some conversation to the dinner table.

  • I like how simple these are. I wonder if you can stack them.

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