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Even though I have a feeling the ice would melt and make your drink look kind of odd, these ice cubes are pretty cool. The product description included a cute serving idea: freeze cranberry juice in the molds and pop the ice cubes into a glass of vodka. Good thinking.

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The times you purchase stationary far outnumber the times you actually use it, but I still found more cards to add that growing the stack in your closet. The Sad Shop on Etsy sells simple themed cards decorated with short, clever phrases. They’re no frills, but the messages will make you smile; you might even consider actually sending it to someone this time.

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I have found just the thing to playfully decorate your home. Jonathan Adler’s porcelain match strike sculptures not only conveniently hold matches, but the frictional base of the sculptures can be used to ignite strike-anywhere matches. After seeing these, your simple book of matches looks dreadfully boring.

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Just because Mother and Father’s Day are over, it doesn’t mean that we have to stop sending cards. Sometimes sending notes in the mail can seem old-fashioned (mainly because there is a such thing as texting), but sending a card can be a really cute gesture – especially if it’s on unexpected stationary.

Spoon & Sailor has  fun, untraditional cards that you have to check out!

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For some reason serving cheese on a slate board makes you feel a little cooler. These slate boards (coasters, plates, placemats, and even garden markers) from Brooklyn Slate Co. are not only cool, but they’re beautiful and give you a new way to display your food.

The slate is handpicked from a slate quarry in upstate NY and finished in Brooklyn.  The boards come with a soapstone pencil so you can write directly on the slate to identify different cheeses for your guests. These unique boards need to be somewhere on your wish list.

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Buying new decorative glasses (or buying them in the first place) might not be at the top of your priority list, but maybe it can be like fourth or fifth once you see them? Fishs Edy in NY (and online) sells all sorts of really cute, really random glass and dinnerware. I realize that that these brightly painted juice (or casual Italian wine?) glasses might not be a total necessity, but for $5 each they are really worth having when you host parties. Just throwing the idea out there.

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