Christmas is all around! To create a right mood we decided to show you this great collection of Christmas Cookies and spread our joy. From sugar cookies to gingerbread, from Christmas tree to snowman, let’s celebrate the holiday with these Gorgeous and Delicious Christmas Cookies.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Designed by Nick Lerwill, this corkscrew and bottle opener is inspirated by pirate. Shaped like a peg-legged pirate with eye-patch, beard, hook hand, earing, black bandana and even a parrot, this Sommelier’s favorite “Waiter’s Friend” corkscrew make you pull corks like a professional. It not only has a cool looking, but many functions like easy-open lever, foil-cutter and beer bottle opener. What a perfect gift for wine lover.
Designed by Da Som Kim, the rotation handle umbrella has a 180-degree rotating handle which is supposed to make the use of umbrella less cumbersome. Based on the number of saw-teeth, you can rotate 180 degree and stop at any angle you want. When in usage, you can rotate the handle and make it face upward, so that you can hang your bag on it to keep your hand free and your goodies dry. When not in usage, you can adjust the handle to a desired angle so it can lean against anywhere or hang on any surface without slipping. Moreover, the round cap design make sure you can set the umbrella against anywhere, regardless of direction. It is really nice to see people put effort to improvement those ordinary object to make our life a bit easier.
What can be made from cardboard, which is known by most people only as packaging material. Due to its durable feature, many designers give some clever thoughts and give those ordinary cardboard a second life. Here we have 7 Cool and Unusual Products Made from Cardboard, ranging from functional to decorative. Take a look and tell us what is your favorite cardboard product.
1. Cardboard Christmas Tree [source]
This really eco-friendly Christmas tree called “bespoke”, is designed by Giles Miller. Come in two different sizes: the smaller one is 16.5 inches tall and costs £25 while the larger tree, which is 31.5 inches tall, costs £15 more. Compared with its real or fake alternatives, the cardboard is way less messy to deal with. In order to erect the tree, one need only attach the wooden base and a lovely wooden bird.