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Whether you’re browsing CPA gift ideas for the longtime accountant or a recent graduate, these 21 CPA gift ideas are the best of the best as a special present for your favoritest accountant.Read more
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Vintage home bar plaques to complete your remodel
Remodeling is tough work. If you’re turning a bonus room, den, or kitchen space into a home bar, you lose all or part of that room for a while… and usually longer than the original estimate! Then there’s sawdust and grime and everyone’s coming and going.
But when you get near to the end of the home bar remodel, that’s when the fun begins. Read more
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Vintage coffee signs create an aura of trendy timelessness in your coffee shop, kitchen or breakfast nook. If you’re in the hunt for a coffee-theme kitchen gift for a caffeine junkie, you’ve come to the right place. Here is our roundup of twelve fun, funny, colorful, and classy vintage coffee signs. Grab a cup o’ joe and enjoy!
This nifty vintage-style coffee shop sign includes your name (on the top) and a custom line (“Little Creek – California”) across the bottom.
Available with or without a frame, this 16-inch vintage coffee sign reads “Espresso” in classy lettering. Ideal as a gift for the true espresso connoisseur.
“Coffee! You can sleep when you’re dead!” We all know it, but it’s good to hear the reminder now and again. The overly-perky, already-caffeinated, steaming-coffee-cup-wielding 1950’s-retro gal helps reinforce the idea.
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“The Best HOT COFFEE in Town Served Here” – and only 5 cents! What a deal! This reproduction has the distressed look and feel of the truly authentic vintage coffee signs, made from tin and ready to hang.
“I love you more than coffee (but please don’t make me prove it).” These vintage coffee signs are hand-painted on reclaimed wood. A light-hearted gift for a couple who loves coffee.
Ever feel this way? Always feel this way? Ever not feel this way?
“Open 24 Hours: *Coffee Shop* We serve the best coffee in the world!” Cool colors and retro sci-fi fonts make this coffee shop sign a winner.
Personalized vintage-style coffee shop sign, includes your name and location along with two steaming cups of java.
Antique-style vintage coffee signs, personalized for your Coffee Roaster friend or family member with a custom hanging name board. “Let me turn your choice beans into gold!” – “When the pot’s on – we’re open!!” – “Blended to perfection for distinct taste & aroma.”
“Hot Coffee – Bottomless Cup: 10c” Great little coffee cup vintage style sign. Not quite as affordable as the 5 cent cup above, which is why this sign is ranked a bit lower on our *totally official* and **completely exhaustive** list.
*This list is actually not totally official.
**This list is actually not completely exhaustive.
“I don’t have a problem with caffeine, I have a problem without it!!!” A little caffeine humor about your addiction never hurt anybody.
Which is your favorite of these vintage coffee signs?
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One really can never have too many coasters. Unless they’re lame, of course. You can have too many lame coasters. If you are suffering from a plague of lame coasters, below you will find the prescription which will cure your ailment. If you have not fallen to this vile plague, just remember: One really can never have too many coasters.
The Hollywood Coaster from Jonathan Adler. Simple, trendy, retro, fun. Follow the link to purchase and you’re done.
Designed in classic fashion after the original Scrabble tiles, this coaster set includes oversized letters and score tiles. Perfect for anyone who has a Pinterest board entitled “grammar”.
If the Scrabble coaster tile set is to out-of-the-box for you, try this DIY Scrabble Tile Coaster tutorial from Intimate Weddings. The best part about this is you can accent names (or hide clever words and phrases… *wink*) in the coasters! Designate each coaster’s owner (“Madeline”) or preferred drink (“Lemonade”). The possibilities are endless….
This easy DIY coaster tutorial from Mal & Kev uses 16-cent tiles, scrapbook paper (or newspaper, or book pages, or whatever), Mod Podge, and a bit of paint and clear acrylic sealant. As you can tell, these can be as simple or as ornate as you like – let your style shine!
Check out this DIY Coaster Tutorial from Poppytalk for color-blocked coasters in sprightly colors. Of course, you can go with any color scheme you desire, to match your home decor, seasonal or holiday colors, and oh so much more.
All you need for these is:
1. Wooden coasters (you can get these from your local craft store)
2. Acrylic paint
3. Paint brush
4. Paint tray
5. Masking tape
6. Gold spray
7. Clear glaze spray
Laser engraving is an easy and affordable way to customize your coaster gift. This set of four Maple wood coasters, available at Northwest Gifts, can be engraved with quotes, special dates, names, logos, images, and more.
This set of four marble coasters, also from Northwest Gifts, includes a marble caddy and can be personalized with any laser etching you desire or design.