Search results for "Finger Molds"

  • Silicone Muffin Mold Silicone Muffin Mold - Photo

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    • lizajernow

      It's really difficult to get everything out of traditional muffin tins. The silicone molds are soft and flexible--you can almost turn them inside out with your fingers!


  • Blue Rocket Pop Mold Blue Rocket Pop Mold - Photo

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    • szlea

      Simple to make and fun to eat, now you can make your favorite summer treat any time of year with your own rocket pop molds. Kids of all ages will love 'em. Molds have built-in handles and deep drip guards, so no sticky fingers. Includes 6 molds. Dishwasher safe. $9.99


  • Human Fingers Pop/Pieces Candy Molds Human Fingers Pop/Pieces Candy Molds - Photo

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    • roxygrl

      Make some strange finger treats for yourself or those pesky neighbor kids that you want to scare!


  • Beyond Play: Finger Brushes Beyond Play: Finger Brushes - Photo

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    • MissKellyOT

      I use these all the time when I have children painting during their OT session. It works on finger coordination, not as messy as finger painting, but still a lot of fun.


  • Buddha Pudding Molds Buddha Pudding Molds - Photo

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    • Jody

      These molds are incredibly unique and work really well.


  • Thorens - TD 2030 Turntable - Turntable Thorens - TD 2030 Turntable - Turntable - Photo

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    • phil

      Yup, vinyl still sounds best. I know, I know....what about the snap, crackle and pop? You know what? After over two decades of living with the quiet background of CDs along with the flat, hard, cold sound, a little analog noise isn't so bad. Not when it comes with the emotion, dimension, big-T Tone of analog molded into plastic. Kids who grew up slipping peanut-butter-fingered silver discs in the CD player are discovering this, so how about you? CD sales are declining, downloads aren't making up for the loss, but vinyl and turntable sales are.....GROWING! Of course, 12 inches of vinyl won't fit in your CD player nor will its laser read them, so you're going to need a turntable. There are a lot of choices and many are quite good at multiple price levels. My turntables are vintage '70s battlewagons, but if I were buying today, this Thorens is one of the turntables I'd buy. It is a simple suspensionless design with emphasis on quality where it counts. The main bearing is ultra-quiet and maintenance-free. The plinth is anti-resonant, dual-slab acrylic sandwiching a thin poly membrane in transparent blue. The platter is 14 pounds of aluminum with anti-resonant backcoating, for good flywheel speed stability. Motive is belt-drive using a regulated AC-synchronous motor. You can buy the TD2030 with the versatile and industry-standard Rega RB300 tonearm or the SME M2. Order it with the Rega and add an aftermarket "Heavyweight" counterweight from Expressimo. Three compound cone feet limit energy transfer from surroundings and are adjustable for level. Altogether, the plinth materials and design, the main bearing, and the quiet drive provide the right tonal fidelity from a spinning vinyl disc. And analog fans know that turntables are design statements too. This one kills. The plinth is clear head on, but edge-of-space blue from above. Everything is finished to a high lustre and nothing superfluous is present. Here's a hint. Put a Denon DL103 moving coil phono cartridge on it and get an appropriate phono preamp. That's all you need to know about getting into the insanely-priced big leagues of vinyl playback for Tequila money. While you're at it, order some records, too.


  • Castle Cake Mold Castle Cake Mold - Photo

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    • John_and_Rose

      This has got to be the most fabulous mold in anyone's kitchen! This Castle Cake Mold has intricate details and is made of aluminium. It measures 24 x 22 x 11cm. This is essential for kids' birthdays.... and essential for grown-ups as well. This is a conversation piece.


  • Finger Magic origami, designed by Cindy Ng Finger Magic origami, designed by Cindy Ng - Photo

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    • chbbyankls

      Finger Magic - for smart people only! Major coolness at Finger Magic. They are pre-designed so when you fold the crease pattern correctly, you get an adorable origami! The paper matches the images on the instruction guides and it is super fun activity while i am at work and need a break!


  • 4-pc. Round Egg/Pancake Molds 4-pc. Round Egg/Pancake Molds - Photo

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  • Holiday Finger Puppets - wool Felt Holiday Finger Puppets - wool Felt - Photo

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    • mdh2992

      Great gift idea for kids! Great stocking stuffer. 100% Organic Wool Felt finger puppets. Only $15


  • Finger Drums Finger Drums - Photo

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    • kidnow

      Small, cheap, cool and with great noisy potential.


  • Finger paints Finger paints - Photo

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    • sciencegeek

      When was the last time you used finger paints? Can you still remember the feel of the paint and the joy of making squishy squiggles? The characteristic smell? Seeing your painting up on you mom and or dad's refrigerator? A friend bought me finger paints as a joke when I was in college. I kept bringing them with me when I moved from place to place for years afterwards. One day, it was just time to use them or throw them away. I used them. It is a wonderful feeling and I can only describe it as meditative but messy. Very relaxing. And if you pop your finger painted masterpiece into one of those cheap Ikea frames, it looks pretty fancy. Alternatively, if you have kids or have the need to make kids happy, get them some and you can let them enjoy something wonderful too.


  • Alvar Aalto Ice Cube Mold Alvar Aalto Ice Cube Mold - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      As a big fan of the classic Aalto vases and trays, I just love this ice cube mold. So great for a chic artsy party. Cause, you know, I have so many of those...(sarcasm)


  • Nail Whirlpool Spa for Nails and Fingers Nail Whirlpool Spa for Nails and Fingers - Photo

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    • platinumhoney07

      Close your eyes and imagine going to the nail salon and not having to stick your fingers in a lukewarm bowl of water to soak them.....now imagine a calming spa-like whirlpool feeling surrounding your cuticles and fingers, giving you a relaxed effervescent experience. How cool is that?!!! No clammy feeling fingers and no over straining of the wrist (so you don't tip the bowl....don't pretend you never almost did). I love simple luxuries!


  • Heart Ice Cream Sandwich Molds, Set of 3 Heart Ice Cream Sandwich Molds, Set of 3 - Photo

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    • acidspit

      And I bought this (on account of it being 50% off) before I bought the ice cream maker (incidentally, also 50% off). Certainly a cosmic alliance of all things kitchen and ice cream!


  • Quiet Hours Toys- Finger Puppets Quiet Hours Toys- Finger Puppets - Photo

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    • onegirliegirl

      I just love children using their imaginations. This adorable set of finger puppets will have them soaring to new heights!


  • Terrorism Finger Puppets Terrorism Finger Puppets - Photo

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    • SillyMan

      Aaaahhh, instead of the inspiring finger puppets (Freud and Einstein are the ones I've seen), these are too funny. The provoke-your-anger finger puppets. Silly.