You know that I love to share, right? I am that kind of person. The kind that likes to share great things with her friends so today I am going to share yet some more wonderful gift ideas from the SkyMall magazine. A recent trip to North Carolina allowed me the pleasure to travel via Delta Airlines and peruse the always available SkyMall magazine for delightful finds. I was not disappointed. Actually this time I did find some things that were great ideas. You might recall my previous post here that highlighted a few that were maybe not as useful as some of these are.
So without further delay—here are some of my picks for your viewing and shopping pleasure. All can be purchased online at SkyMall. (I get nothing from posting these—just sharing some love.)
First off—who does not a resin 92 pound 6 foot tall Easter Island Ahu Akivi Moai stature in their yard? I suspect it might be in violation of our HOA here but if you have an spare $995 to spend–why not give it a go. Be forewarned that curbside delivery is in order.
As a book lover I am a fan of the Nettlestone Library Ensmble. A “bookshelf” slides open to reveal a library table and two chairs on casters. Hidden compartments inside house places to keep those prized first editions and for a mere $949 this could find its way to your home!
Another one of those “Seems like a good idea but I might look like a dork when I use it” items. I don’t know. I just can’t bring myself to think that this would be a good idea.
Okay—as the Queen of Electronics I believe in any item that can offer anything extra in the way of powering all of the electronics that we all find ourselves with . How about a paper town holder that can function as a charger for electronics? Or one that offers Bluetooth speakers? Under $50 for the 4USB port option and under $80 for the combo one with Bluetooth speakers.
How many chargers have you lost because you left them in a hotel room or airport? With this handy dandy gadget you can eliminate that forgetfulness with a ChargerLeash that emits an alarm when you disconnect. Genius? I think it might be and fairly inexpensive at less than $35 for the most expensive option.
This one falls into the category of “do you think it really works?” The X5 HairLaser carefully claims to enhance the appearance of the hair–creating a fuller, thicker look. I can’t see that I would pull the trigger for this product at $199 but I imagine I might be alone in my skepticism..
More comical outdoor decor in the form of skeleton gnomes can be purchased –priced from $30-$54.
Because I need a few more squirrels in my bird feeders……
I am not the only one who enjoys the SkyMall magazine. I recently read a post by Carol Cassara where she highlighted her own product found for sale on SkyMall. It made me laugh to know that I am not alone in my love of looking for interesting items there. Hop on over and read her piece entitled Capitalizing on Our Paranoia. Thanks, Carol, for letting me know that I am not alone out here.