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  • The Thanksgiving Box of Questions Cards to Create Great Conversations The Thanksgiving Box of Questions Cards to Create Great Conversations - Photo

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    • designerista

      When someone asks you an uncomfortable question at the dinner table, distract with these no brainer question cards!


  • Radiohead Haiti Relief Concert The Music Box at the Fonda Hollywood, CA Radiohead Haiti Relief Concert The Music Box at the Fonda Hollywood, CA - Photo

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    • Three

      Bid now until 11 AM PST Saturday, January 23 for your chance to win tickets to see Radiohead perform live Sunday, January 24 at the Music Box Fonda Theatre. All proceeds will benefit Oxfam America's relief efforts for victims of the Haiti earthquake. Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to proverty, hunger and injustice.


  • The Travel Berkey - Protect Your Health at Home and on the Road The Travel Berkey - Protect Your Health at Home and on the Road - Photo

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    • nollart

      The TRAVEL BERKEY is the perfect filter for a single person or for RVing or anywhere space is at a minimum. 1. LOW COST 2. LOW MAINTENANCE 3. LONG LASTING 4. HIGHLY EFFICIENT 5. PORTABLE 6. DURABLE 7. NO PLUMBING 8. NO ELECTRIC I've used a Berkey filter for 5 years while living in Mexico where even the Mexicans don't drink the water and it has been a lifesaver. I use the Portable Water Filter Bottle with the same techology while I' traveling. I highly recommend all the Berkey products. Stacy and all the people at www.Berkeywaterfiltersystem.com provide excellant service. Daniel Noll


  • TOO FACED The Jewelry Box TOO FACED The Jewelry Box - Photo

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    • lipstickpowdernpaint

      I have always been won over by large beauty kits. This next item grabbed my attention and made my mouth water! Too Faced The Jewelry Box $39.50 - what a great price! The Jewelry Box holds a glamour girls most treasured possessions. It's filled to the brim with eight sophisticated eye shadows, six lip glosses, and a blush. It's busting at the seams with a duo bronzer, foundation powder, brow powder, and eyeliner cake. Top it off with Too Faced's best-selling shimmering face illuminator "lust after glow" that illuminates the skin like a ten-carat solitaire!


  • Kathy Lo Rocks Jewelry Kathy Lo Rocks Jewelry - Photo

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    • SheFindsMom

      What: Kathy Lo Rocks Customizable Jewelry Why: You like the idea of having a photo of your baby on you at all times, but you’re not too crazy about lockets, and taking pictures out of your wallet takes way too much time. What’s a modern mom to do? She goes on-line and heads over to Kathy Lo Rocks, where she creates one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces showcasing her favorite photos...all with the click of her mouse. Simply choose your favorite photo, and then customize your piece with beautiful patterns to adorn the reverse side (or you can upload another favorite shot). Essentially two pieces in one, you can proudly display the photo or not. Either way, you’ll get loads of compliments. It’s a unique gift idea that will be appreciated and enjoyed long after opening up the gift box. Price: Starting at $32


  • Grigio di Cervia Finishing Salt from The Meadow Grigio di Cervia Finishing Salt from The Meadow - Photo

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    • markbitterman

      Grigio di Cervia is a coarse, moist salt similar to French Sel Gris (also called Celtic salt or gray salt), with plenty of residual moisture and chunky, variegated crystals that give the salt resiliency on moist, hot foods. Unlike the French salts, The Meadow’s Grigio di Cervia is an astonishing bubbly, champagne like body and crisp, honeysuckle sweet flavor. Think grilled root and mushroom antipasti, think seafood accompanied by a crisp French rosé. Or think Spätzle, Os à Moelle, panini. Or think caramels, chocolates, ice creams. Or, why not? Really irritate the French and use it on their national treasure, Entrecôte—the broiled, thick-sliced, and liberally salted rare to medium-rare beefsteak.


  • Floralytes Floralytes - Photo

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    • tatorandtots

      I can't state this strongly enough- THESE ARE FANTASTIC!!! I have used them for parties at my house, large black-tie galas.... they are one of the quickest and most effective ways to add the "wow" factor to any shindig. You can order them in many colors and replace the batteries- most importantly you can submerse them in water. You just grab one, twist it to turn on the light and stick it where you want it to go. If I'm in a rush (when am I not?) and have guests en route, I grab a tall clear vase, stick some water glass rocks and a one or two Floralytes in the bottom and then place one long-stemmed rose in the center. It produces an ethereal glow that immediately sparks comments. Really, there are thousands of ways to use these in your entertaining lifestyle so my advice is to keep at least a box on hand at all times. LOVE THEM!


  • Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Video Game Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Video Game - Photo

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    • SamHope

      Where in the world is my lost childhood? I want it back... Please... Let's chase Carmen around the world again? And that game show... I wanna be on that too!


  • The Cable Box The Cable Box - Photo

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    • DelightJenny

      Under or on the desk, next to the computer, or behind the TV, loose tangled cables are always untidy dust traps. CableBox is the solution to solve these issues. Simply place your power strips or surge protector inside CableBox. No need to unplug anything first. Then stow away the surplus cable lengths, close the lid and done. Designed with cable outlets either side of the box, CableBox will fit almost every size power strip with extra space for the cords, adapters, etc


  • Windows on the World: Complete Wine Course, 2008 Edition - For the wine lover on your list... Windows on the World: Complete Wine Course, 2008 Edition - For the wine lover on your list... - Photo

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    • scohen

      A perfect book for the wine expert on my list!!! I have 2 such professed experts on my list and they are tough to buy for!!! Author Kevin Zraly, America's premier wine expert and teacher, takes the mystery out of choosing and enjoying wine, presenting a wealth of information that both novice and expert can learn about the best grapes, the winemaking process, tasting wine, and your wine preferences. He takes you on a country-by-country and region-by-region "best buy" ratings tour of the most recent vintages. You'll appreciate his light-hearted style, the glossary of wine terms, tips on stocking and serving wine at home, ordering wine in restaurants, and much more. Includes stunning photographs that illuminate the world of wine, from vineyards to wine production. This extraordinary, easy-to-use, well-designed course is completely updated with current wine labels, lists, and prices. Hardcover.


  • Where The Wild Things Are Max Ornament Where The Wild Things Are Max Ornament - Photo

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    • SamHope

      Where are the Wild Things? On your tree of course! Remember your favorite (ok my favorite) children's book with these wild ornaments!


  • Jeffery Rudell Teaches The Art of Paper Crafting - At Home on Shine Jeffery Rudell Teaches The Art of Paper Crafting - At Home on Shine - Photo

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    • lulu5156

      Jeffery Rudell is a paper artist whose work combines his background in graphic art with his lifelong fascination with traditional craft techniques. His work runs the gamut from highly sculptural Baroque headdresses crafted from handmade French papers to African tribal masks crafted from discarded shopping bags. Despite the diversity of his subject matter, he strives to make work that has a strong sculptural quality, is drawn from organic shapes, and has a sort of crisp lyricism. His work has been featured at Tiffany & Co. (Fifth Avenue), Mish New York, The New York Botanical Garden, and can also be seen in the pages of Elle Decor, Brides, Receptions, and Good Housekeeping magazines among others.


  • The Pains of Being Pure at Heart: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart The Pains of Being Pure at Heart: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - Photo

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    • chad

      I'm not sure who they're replacing on the list, but The Pains of Being Pure at Heart is quickly becoming my favorite indie pop act. They sound exactly like all of my other favorite pop acts -- like no one I've ever heard. Trust me, that makes sense.


  • Tap Maple Trees at Home - Make Maple Syrup Tap Maple Trees at Home - Make Maple Syrup - Photo

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    • zoesah

      Every March we go to the Malabar Farm Maple Syrup Festival where they display historical and current methods of tapping maple trees. It's a great activity for kids and super simple with the right tools. Just saw this in MS Living and had to check it out. This website gives you all the tools, info, and know-how to tap your own trees. Considering you tap around Feb-March, this would be a GREAT family Christmas gift! I never really ate much maple syrup until I cut out refined sugar, now... turns out it's delectable and, of course, much more natural.


  • Ceramic Salt Box with Wooden Lid (green) - Sea Salt Storage Accessories Ceramic Salt Box with Wooden Lid (green) - Sea Salt Storage Accessories - Photo

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    • Fierstarr

      If you buy salt in large quantities, where exactly do you put it? In a handy salt box, of course.


  • International Arts and Crafts International Arts and Crafts - Photo

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    • Chris

      Edited by Karen Livingstone and Linda Parry Victoria and Albert Museum/Harry N. Abrams, $75 The late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Arts and Crafts movement, considered the first truly modern movement, is often described as strictly British and American. Wrong! This oversize illustrated tome takes readers on a global tour from Britain and North America to Central Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and Japan, where Arts and Crafts enjoyed widespread influence. Expertly tracing the complexity of the movement through the decades and across continents, this handsome, scholarly book, which serves as an accompaniment to the blockbuster exhibition on view at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum through July 24, features previously unpublished objects and new photography from the private collections of such renowned designers as Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frank Lloyd Wright, Gustav Stickley and Walter Crane. For the Arts and Crafts student, an extensive bibliography provides a wealth of sources for further reading, and an object list describes in detail every important jug, screen, chair and candlestick pictured in the pages.


  • Clean Perfume Clean Perfume - Photo

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    • patrin

      This is my signature scent, and although ideal for spring and summer, it works all year round. It smells exactly as it's named: CLEAN! It's got a strong citrus component without being sour or overpowering. The fragrance is well-balanced and contains all the best features of its main ingredients: Litsea Cubeba, Orange, Sweet Lime, Pink Grapefruit, Passion Lily, Rose Geranium and White Musk. For those of us lesbians (and any other women, really) who don't like to smell too super-duper girly, this is perfect. I always smell fresh from the shower with a hint of sweetness. My girlfriend loves it on me :) More than once people who've never even heard of this perfume have remarked to me, "wow, what are you wearing? It smells so...clean." (And laughter ensues.)