I finally found a reliable online source for this great pizza cutter and wouldn’t you know it â€” they’re temporarily out of stock. Ah well, Amazon says you can order now and they’ll send one out soon. In any case, at $8, what a great stocking stuffer! The wheels are stainless steel and it measures 6.8 x 0.8 x 4.5″ and stands on its own with a center stand for display. Pretty nifty.
ChloÃ© Fleury is a French illustrator who fell in love with California when she was 10.
(Ironic since this about the age little American girls fall in love with Paris. Grass is always greener, eh?)
She now lives in San Francisco and her clients include Cosmopolitan Magazine, Chronicle Books, CondÃ© Nast Traveler Magazine and Target stores. Her specialty is cut paper art which she incorporates into stop motion animation, graphic design and window displays.
You can buy limited edition posters of the work shown here. “Summer Shopping” is $115 and “Happy Fall” is $150. They are giclÃ©e prints of photographs of the paper sculpture work and are signed by the artist in the back.
I have always loved vintage waterslides. I have a vague recollection of applying them to my bicycle when I was very small. Gosh that dates me! Anyhoo, here is a prime specimen spotted on eBay recently. If you’d like to wallow in a little more vintage goodness (and some rather randy imagery), click below.
Have you noticed how much owl stuff there’s been over the last three years or so? They are everywhere. Now I’m wondering if the same thing is going to happen with hedgehogs. Here for your perusal are these eco-friendly birch notebooks. The Jotter is a mini notepad and is 3″ x 4 1/2″ and is $8.00. The Journal is 5 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ and is $18.50. And after you’ve used up the paper, get even more eco-friendly and use the covers as framable art.
Thanks to Tammy D. for these cute finds!
Factory Tools is a designer of vintage-focused scooter shirts. They sell them through Piston Ported’s site. One that stands out is their technical drawing of a wasp shown with its corresponding Vespa parts. Hint: The antennae is the fender crest. The shirts are hand screen printed on Gilden Heavyweight T-Shirts (90% cotton/10% polyester) and range in sizes from SM – XXL. They’re about $15 a piece.
Thanks to Matt for letting us know about these!
Here are some gorgeous men’s Vespa print shirts. They’re 100% fitted cotton. And they’re tailored within an inch of their lives with lots of wonderful details. How do I know? Full disclosure: they very kindly sent me one. They do ship internationally and prices vary from 49,00 Euro to 89,00 Euro.
I almost hate to post these because they’re obnoxiously expensive for a magnet set – $18.94! But if you have to have a green scooter magnet or you’re really into scrapbooking, this might be just what you’re looking for to complete your craft project.
Better put on a bib before going to this site. It’s slobber worthy. All the toys you can possible stand to look at. Especially good for getting the friction on. (Friction toys that is. ; )
Here’s a nice little red scooter that’s more than worthy as a birthday cake topper or for crafting projects. It measures 2.56″ tall, 3.15″ long and 1.65″ deep. Best of all may be its price: just $2.99.
Thanks to Julie G. for this find!