The season for giving is just around the corner and it’s time to get cracking on sourcing for presents. That is why for the next few weeks Style Vanity will provide Christmas gift ideas for every person in your life. And today, we’re starting on creative gift ideas for that quirky person in your life.
[eltdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#C0C0C0″ background_color=””]W[/eltdf_dropcaps]hen it comes to giving gifts there’s a saying “it’s the thought that counts” but let’s face it, there’s something about giving gifts and seeing the receiver so thrilled with it. It may be an ego boost or a feeling of accomplishment, but whatever it is, it feels so good! Below are creative gift ideas for your lovable oddball friend that will surely make you both very thrilled.
1. Cat Egg Mold
This uber cute egg mold will leave your sunny side up looking too adorable to be eaten. All you need to do is crack and separate the whites and yolks of two eggs. Pour the egg whites into the outer segment of this Cat Egg Mold before adding the yolks to form the eyes of the cat mold.
If you thing the cat egg mold is not quirky enough, maybe you’ll like Copypastry ($39-$99). It is a fun custom cookie cutters that would allow you to bake and eat cookies that look just like your face—or that of a loved one, including your pet dog! And you also have the option to create portrait cookie cutters of just one person, a couple or your pet.
3. Lumenati CS1
We all know the iPhone 6/6S has camera capabilities that will give compact camera makers a run for their money. Video capture, on the other hand, is an entirely different story, no matter what Apple fanatics will say. With Lumenati CS1 ($199) it tackles the iPhone’s lack of proper features to create quality film head on. Its user-friendly design also makes it easy for filmmakers (aspiring or not) to grab steady shots right on cue via an intuitive trigger. Exposure and focus can be controlled manually and a cold shoe enables add-on microphones, lights, handles as well as accessories. Depending on the vision you have in mind, swap between 58mm lenses–wide, fisheye and telephoto.
4. Cards Against Humanity
Warning: This isn’t the game for goody two-shoes. Playing Cards Against Humanity ($25) will likely leave you laughing at the dark side of life. The objective of the game is simple–selecting the “best” white card to fill in the blanks of the question on the black card. The contents however, can be highly offensive to some–racy, explicit, raunchy and downright not giving a hoot about what you think–this game is great for anyone but the sensitive soul.
I say it’s a quirky item to own, others might say it’s vanity, but one thing is sure: it’s awesome to own a figurine of yourself. Doob3D creates replica of yourself, your love one, your pet or all 3 together. For more information, you may visit their website.