We featured some amazingly cool gifts on Wrapped In A Ribbon this week, celebrating pop cultures, music, popular food and lots more. Check out our roundup of this week’s posts…
Perhaps my favorite Wrapped In A Ribbon gift guide from this past week was the one that featured 7 Gifts for People Who Love Alice In Wonderland. I do indeed LOVE Alice in Wonderland, and every gift on this list looks amazing. I especially love the gorgeous chess set and cards, but these whiskey glasses are so fun. I don’t even drink whiskey, but I wouldn’t mind starting if I could have these glasses. Are you an Alice fan?
Spring is right around the corner, and with it, gardening season. We wrote about 10 Fun T-Shirts Plant Lovers Will Want For Gardening Season to get them ready to get their hands dirty. This “All I Need” T-shirt is soooo me. I have to avert my eyes at the plant area of Home Depot every time I go in. If you’ve got gardeners on your gift list, buy them these shirts.
Since it was first invented, Dungeons & Dragons has been an obsession for many, many fans. And it’s still as popular as ever. Fun for fans to get started at any age, D&D has lots of great products to help. We wrote of 10 D&D Essentials to Give Fans and New Players, and my favorite are these beautiful die. Aren’t the gorgeous? They make me want to play just to have them.
Oh, peanut butter. Let me count the ways I love thee. Last Sunday was National Peanut Butter Day, so we celebrated with 6 Gifts for People Who Love Peanut Butter. The post features some amazingly fun gifts, like a knife that allows you to scrape ALL the peanut butter from the bottom of the jar, PB&J socks, fancy Honey Chipotle Peanut Butter, and more. The gift I absolutely HAVE to get myself is this stirrer for natural peanut butter. No more mess, just all the peanutty goodness.
There’s nothing like surrounding yourself with music, and we found a bunch of wonderful items that can let musicians do just that. Our post, 8 Gifts to Help Music Lovers Decorate Their Bedrooms tells you about a musical note comforter, a classic rock album bath set, a vintage guitar light switch and more. One of my favorite items was this fantastic clock made out of an old vinyl record. It’s got a steampunk feel and says, “Where Words Fail Music Speaks.” So true.
I LOVE cereal. It was my favorite breakfast and after-school snack as a kid. I have fond memories reading every word of every cereal box as I ate. My favorite was always Frosted Flakes (or Frosties in our house). But as a chocolate lover, I would always welcome a bowl of chocolate-flavored Rice Krispies. That’s why this Monster 3-Pack is on my to-get list for me! All the chocolatey, strawberry and blueberry goodness in puffed rice. Mmmmm. For National Cereal Day, our 6 Cereals You Probably Shouldn’t Have But You Want post also includes Halloween Crunch, Peeps cereal and lots more. If you’ve got a friend who loves cereal, give them a fun surprise with a nostalgic cereal gift box.
Which was your favorite gift from this past week? Let us know in the comments.