Novelty items display unique design
on Monday,July 26,2010 21:07
July may seem early for some shoppers, but many gift-givers have already begun checking names off of their Christmas shopping lists. Companies such as Waldo Pancake are releasing this year's hot merchandise early, so consumers can get a head start on holiday gift buying.
The retailer has released a new range of brightly-colored lifestyle accessories with quirky or ironic messages written on them.
Items for home include a cookie jar that reads, "Biscuits *unless eaten," and an apron that has, "Service not included," written on the front. A line of ceramic mugs has phrases such as, "Do ahhh after every sip," and, "Tea. Coffee. Spider." There is also a cleverly designed kitchen towel, "Beach towel for cat."
Gifts for women include a mirror compact and make-up bag that are embroidered with, "Contents: my face." The Waldo Pancake eye mask says, "Does my nose look big in this?"
Consumers who are searching for gifts for children gift may enjoy the brightly-colored soft pencil cases that read, "Pencil case (use as v. small pillow)," or notebooks with "Stupid little notes" written on them. This line also includes erasers, rulers, pens and pencils, all of which start at 40 cents each.
All products are available from Really Good, a distributor of cards and gifts with interesting or unique design.
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