Check the paper, you might be there.
You can print these cake decorations on paper and convince your friends that you are a fondant master. At least from afar.
I'd prefer to write a note on a real leaf with a sharp stick, but that's just me.
There's something undeniably charming about chopping the corners off a rectangle and calling it futuristic.
It is a bird? Is it a plane? Hell NO! It's pigasus the flying pig!
I've got like six of these things up my arm. It's like 1987 and wearing multiple Swatch watches all up in here.
Available at: Nut and Bee http://www.etsy.com/listing/60241234/mini-notes-sweet-sweet-pea ($3.50)
Though adorable, this looks like a real ankle-slasher. Careful!
I have clumsy fingers that just can't get the hang of origami. I like the thought of someone else doing the work for me.
You expect me to make my gift wish list on a pad that doesn't look like chocolate? But everything on my list is also chocolate!
Though not the most practical device ever designed, you can't deny the charm of this little guy. He'll print your twitter feed for you so you don't have to bother with your phone! Useful? No! Cute? Absolutely!
Now that it's for reals Spring out here and I've changed my haircolor to help feel brighter and sunnier, I'm craving super bright flowers and sunny little sweets.
I've been searching for a way to make stapling more badass.
Available at: Papire http://papire.tumblr.com/post/490921155/animal-index-markers-designs-bear-dog ($1.80)