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If you are looking for a gift for an office coworker, or simply for anyone working in an office, the Sun Mate Pen Holder LCD Clock is a nice choice, and it won't empty your wallet.
The first thing to think about when designing the menu is that the menu is the only thing every single customer will notice, touch and remember about the restaurant. Can you remember the tile design in the bathroom of the last restaurant you ate in? What color was the carpeting? What about the menu? Therefore the menu needs as much, if not more, thought as the interior design of the restaurant. As always, cost is a factor. One thing about the restaurant business is that no matter what you are buying there is always the option to spend a little more. Kind of like that coach who taught you that you can always do one more sit up. So picking a menu cover and paper style will be the first of many, many balancing acts with regards to cost vs impact.
Choose the Big Timer in a Leopard or Dragonfly print, or in a striped pattern. Or you might prefer solid leather book or genuine leather in black, pewter or copper. Handles or shoulder straps on each of these generous organizers allow you to use them as lovely stand-alone handbags.
I took a long piece of green ribbon and folded it twice so that each end piece met and overlapped in the middle. As you can see in the photo, the green bow took up almost half of the headband. Then, I cut a smaller piece of green ribbon--just enough to wrap around the bow, to make the center. I hot glued them together in the back. Next, I wrapped the headband with floral wire just enough to cover the headband where I wanted the bow to rest, off to one side. Next, I added hot glue on top of the headband and floral wire where I wanted the center of the bow to rest. Then I hot glued down each underside of the bow.
I found this scrap of red trim (shown in photo) and I saw that I had enough to make a 5 petaled flower. I had to hand sew it very carefully to make the red arches look like flower pedals. Then, I used a hot glue gun to add the center clear bead, and followed by gluing some shiny red beads in a star pattern (covering up my kind of messy, hand-sewn seams). I then hot glued a strip of red ribbon to the headband and glued on the flower. This wound up being one of Hannah's favorites.
The HoMedics eLounger looks more like a massage chair you'd expect. It retails for between around $500 and $800 depending on which model you choose. It's more sophisticated in technology than the AntiGravity model. You get modes of kneading, tapping, kneading and tapping and rolling. There are 3 programmed sessions - Full, Upper and Lower Back - that are approximately 15 minutes in length. This mdel is in direct competition with the iJoy massage chair range, and quite frankly I think it's better. Its styling is better than the iJoy as is its upholstery, control panel and - although a subjective comment - I prefer the administered massage.
If you like paisley, you might like the Black and Brown Satin Transfer Bag. Silver threads weave through the pattern, giving this pretty bag a hint of shimmer. In fact it is so pretty, that you'll want to carry it by itself. A detachable handle makes that not only possible but logical. The zippered cosmetic bag has a rhinestone zipper pull, and the four main pockets inside the organizer will carry everything you need for a day at the office or a night out on the town.