2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Creative Products for the Ones You Love
The holidays are right around the corner, and you know what that means … presents! Before the celebrations kick off, you’re probably trying to figure out the best gifts to give to your friends, family, and co-workers. To make things easier, we created this stellar holiday gift guide filled with creative products.
Nobody wants an exhilarating excitement build up for a bad gift. We believe that the following presents will catapult smiles on faces, like rice is thrown at weddings. We hope this guide will give you a head start and plenty of time to find the right gift for that special person in your life.
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Come In/Go Away Ambigram Door Hanger
You probably didn’t think you would ever want a hotel style Do Not Disturb door-knob hanger in your own home. Well not until you saw this fancy piece of word-bending design. The ambighram style text reads differently each way up! An ambigram, also sometimes known as an inversion, is a graphical figure that spells out a word not only in its form as presented, but also in another direction or orientation.
Temperature Sensitive Led Faucet
Tired of that same old monotonous water? Need to make your midnight bathroom appointments more exhilarating? Then this futuristic LED faucet is the best choice to upgrade your modern bathroom decoration. And the temperature sensitive function will protect your family to avoid scald. It is also ideal for a kid’s bathroom and a smart gift for older people.
World Map Shower Curtain
This world map shower curtain gives a whimsical and educational design to your bathroom. Busy geography students will love this curtain, which lets them refresh their minds while they freshen up before their exam. Canadian provinces, and US state names are also labeled on this educational shower curtain.
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