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Yearly Archives: 2011
Replacing broken or lost-in-the-mail items is rarely an option for vintage sellers. Learn from the community with these tips for wrapping it up right.
Nerd Boyfriend brings Carl Sagan, James Dean and Ernest Hemingway to life with an icon-inspired gift guide.
While most known for its retro-futuristic aesthetic, the steampunk movement offers an illuminating lesson in energy consumption for this day and age.
The lone artist behind’s Apple’s powerful user interface proves that there’s more to a painter than her canvas.
“I love making beautiful objects that serve a functional purpose in our everyday lives.” — Suzanne Allen
Are you putting together a baby registry? BabyList can help!
What do you get the aunt with a novelty-cow-collecting problem? Something unexpected, that’s what.
While the printing press revolutionized one half of the world, it left another struggling to adapt.
Gift wrapping should be just as interesting and heartfelt as the present within.
Do you enjoy big ideas, Oxford commas, clever Photoshop layouts, and the notion of a new economy?
“Owning your own business means that instead of working 40 hours for someone else, you’re working 80 hours for yourself.” — William and Jessica
Overwhelmed by gift giving? Today Joanna Goddard of Cup of Jo homes in on the just-so gifts for the season.
Gifts for the hopelessly angry, for the malcontent, for hearts with bills to pay.
“I do my best work when an idea materializes rather quickly.” — Stacie Bloomfield