If you love curling up on the sofa with a great book in hand and a hot cup of tea nearby, then today’s selection of handmade items is screaming your name. There’s also a little something for all of you bike lovers out there if you scroll all the way through. Happy browsing!
1. Chunky Knit Blanket by Ohhio
Three words: soft chunky blanket. It already warms you up, doesn’t it? One stitch is 3 inches wide, so the blanket looks extra fun. And judging by the pictures, the coziness factor must be off the charts as well. 100% merino wool in your color of choice. What are you waiting for?
Available from Ohhio
2. Hand Painted Funny Mug by KnotworkShop
Cat owners are familiar with the disapproving attitude of a cat who missed its meal time because of you. This is always temporary and the cat turns back to its soft purring self when its belly is full and happy. However, that won’t stop it from judging you. Is there no sanctuary in this universe? Yell it all out with this cute mug.
Available from KnotworkShop
3. Mini Handmade Wooden Book Rack by agustav
Bookworms, this one is for you! Keep all your dearest volumes on display with this mini book rack. The storing concept is quite unique: as the books hang from the rack, they appear to be floating. However, they’re just resting on small wooden plates. Safe and sound!
Available from agustav
4. Custom Colors Painted Bamboo Chopsticks by DesignerDwellings
These colorful paint-dipped chopsticks would be amazing to pull out for your next gathering. Have your friends pick their favorite hues and enjoy your meal in style! The color options are crazy cool and there’s also a special selection for 2015. Which one is your favorite?
Available from DesignerDwellings
5. Mint Twisted Handlebar Vase by wearableplanter
This must be the cutest accessory for your bike that you never even knew existed! Now you can carry flowers on your handlebar without any hustle. Just clip this little thing on, place your flowers and boom – you’re done! If you’re wondering, the vase is created digitally with modeling software, 3d printed and then dyed. Talk about creativity!
Available from wearableplanter