Best home decorative accessories according to redditors

We found 951 Reddit comments discussing the best home decorative accessories. We ranked the 563 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Decorative trays
Home decor decorative saucers
Decorative bookends
Decorative bottles
Decorative bowls
Decorative boxes
Home decor decorative canes
Decorative masks
Decorative tiles
Decorative jars
Decorative pitchers
Decorative signs
Decorative urns
Decorative bells
Decorative folding fans
Decorative telephones
Decorative telescopes
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Home decorative signs

Top Reddit comments about Home Decorative Accessories:

u/denob · 62 pointsr/DemocraticSocialism

.. This seems like a poster purely designed to take the piss out of / exaggerate the real version of this sign

[Just as I expected](

More info

Unless the point is that this is highlighting the absurdity that this could be considered real?

u/EternalHound · 41 pointsr/monkeyspaw
u/AdmiralFisticuffs · 27 pointsr/LateStageCapitalism

It's satire

Employees Company Policies Funny Sign - Great Break Room Decor

u/Xian9 · 22 pointsr/ShitAmericansSay

Buy 'em on Amazon.

u/marcusabu · 15 pointsr/Poldersocialisme

Holy shit de mensen in de OP die denken dat dit echt is. Je kan ze gewoon kopen bij amazon

u/Carlidel · 13 pointsr/italy

Mi sa tanto che (o meglio, non posso che sperare che) sia uno di quei cartelloni "buffi e scherzosi" che uno appende per fare il simpaticone in ufficio.

La veste grafica pare quella.

EDIT: Giustappunto... Eccolo qua.

u/BigB_117 · 10 pointsr/cigars

A few bovida packs to control the humidity:

And any airtight tupperware container. Even one from the kitchen will do the trick. I like these:

For long term storage you may want a hygrometer to monitor the humidity:

And if you want to get fancy and organize with cedar trays, two of these work perfectly stacked in the container above.

Then store it in a cool part of your house.

u/dundeeGal · 9 pointsr/ShitAmericansSay

Reading comprehension ? The sick days and personal days are obviously a joke .
Also did a quick google , you can buy this on amazon as a ‘funny sign ‘

u/sdracerr1 · 8 pointsr/cigars

New too. Unless you’re compulsive and tend to go all out, I would say get a tupperdor. That’s what I did (see recent post).

Container -

Hygrometer -

Cedar tray -

u/bluemeep · 7 pointsr/funny
u/DaCanuck · 7 pointsr/funny

Buy your own off Amazon for $20... own a masterpiece.

u/rmill3r · 7 pointsr/cigars

Everyone's giving you advice about shrugging it off and going the tuppedor route, but I think the thing you're missing here is that you bought this thing and if it happened in transit then you should call them about getting a new one or at least a refund. I have this one and while its certainly nothing amazing, it's a humidor and its working just fine. I struggled with the rh at first because I simply didn't understand it but now it's fine and looks pretty classy....the only downside is that I discovered cbid, so now I have like 50 sticks coming in...for my "50"-count humidor....which is already filled with about 30.

First world problems...amirite?

u/deathkraiser · 7 pointsr/Cooking

I've got one of these and love it. Have to give the lid a wipe down every now and then but otherwise it's great

u/RichardHuman · 7 pointsr/Dinosaurs

$1500 from an artist who has an Answers in Genesis link on his page. AIG... well, that sucks.

Alternatively, you can get the T-Rex head wall mount for $70 + shipping. It's not the highest quality, but that's to be expected. Got one as a gift and he loved it.

u/rockspeak · 6 pointsr/weddingplanning

I used this guy which worked soooooo much better than using the "dip a string in lighter fluid" method.

I broke the project into 4 steps:

  1. Use the Kinkajou device to score a line on the bottles.
  2. Use cut grocery bags and painters tap to cover the labels (we found out the hard way that the water part ruins labels very quickly)
  3. Do the actual cutting (AKA pour boiling water over the score line, then dip the bottle in a pitcher of ice water, repeat until it snaps at the score line)
  4. Sand with 80, 100, and 150 grit sand paper.

    This was my end-result process. I tried a few different ways, but this was the most efficient. I started with about 50 bottles, and ended up with about 25, so I had about a 50% success rate, which I call a win! :D
u/heykidzimacomputer · 6 pointsr/cigars
u/mkp132 · 5 pointsr/RetroPie


  • XCSource Arcade Buttons

    The arcade buttons came with all the relevant wiring and the usb cable.

  • Bamboo Tea Box

    I got a coupon that I used on the tea box, which is why it was less than $30 total for me, but it still ain't an expensive box. I also drilled all the button holes into the bottom of the box, because the bottom is made of particle board and much less prone to splintering when cut/drilled.

  • Sticker Paper

    (I already had this from making my trash stick). The printed design is one I saw on Pinterest--not my own. It's really meant for a marquee but I adapted the sizing of the image for this. I might suggest others use a paper with a glossy finish, or design their sticker on redbubble for a higher quality finish. That would probably be more convenient, since the box is longer than a standard piece of printer paper so I had to add more sticker to the ends (that's the brown borders along the right and left side). You could also just not screw up with ugly holes like me and then not do a sticker at all. =P

    That's it. =)
u/GldRush98 · 5 pointsr/raspberry_pi
u/chipmunk7000 · 5 pointsr/cigars

I bought mine from amazon and it has been amazing. I had to make a second divider for it but that's just a preference thing. Here's a link to the one I bought(I think its just the first one that comes up when you search 'humidor'): This is the one

It holds humidity well and only costs $30. I don't know what size you're looking for, but this is a great one

u/lazyAgnostic · 5 pointsr/santashelpers

For the sweet tooth (like my dad, these are all things he likes):

  • A candy jar or bowl filled with her favorite candy.

  • An artisan ice cream scoop.

  • An ice cream maker. You could get an ice cream recipe book as well.

  • One of my dad's favorite gifts was a sugar dispenser... I think that shows his level of sugar commitment.

  • Some artisan marshmallows.

  • A milk frother that doubles as a hot chocolate maker.

    For the executive (like my mom, these are all things she likes):

  • A high quality thermos for coffee on the way to work.

  • A smart home setup, maybe an echo and some smart outlets or the google home. Really good for turning lights on/off, asking for the weather and news, listening to music, etc.

  • A FitBit to help her keep healthy even working long hours.

  • A popcorn maker that allows you to make non-microwaved popcorn in the microwave.

  • A white noise machine. If she has any trouble sleeping this thing is AMAZING.

  • A Roku or Chromecast that makes it easier to watch Netflix on the TV.

  • Wine tasting or cooking class that you can do together. Really my mom loves doing stuff with her family.
u/dp575 · 5 pointsr/whiskey

I always thought getting something like this and turning them all into drinking glasses would be a cool idea. Havent done it yet though

u/IncrediblyEasy · 5 pointsr/somethingimade

Now I usually cut with electric tile cutter and sand on DIY flat lap, but for someone looking to only do straight cuts and not make the glasses for sale I'd say go with one of the jigs available and then just do the hot-cold water routine, a candle or a jet butane torch over the score line.

Alternatively, you can also make a jig yourself, it's not that hard and will probably save around $30.

u/FireHawk3636 · 5 pointsr/cigars
u/meesebyte · 4 pointsr/cigars

Link to the product on Amazon.

Humidor + 10 cigars for $30 (This does not seem to be the same humidor, but I ordered one and I'll see just how different they are.) This one is much better quality than the first one!

This is my first humidor, and I was impressed by the quality when it arrived. I would have expected something of this quality to be too rich for my blood.

In following the advice of a reviewer, I'm currently calibrating the hygrometer with salt water in a bag, and I'll charge it up with a shot glass of water tonight!

Edit: hygrometer is broken. It wasn't calibrated correctly, and the needle ceased to move (broke?) when I tried to adjust it. I've contacted the vendor to see if they'll send me a single hygrometer.

Edit2: I'm returning it to Amazon due to the broken hygrometer and buying the $30 + 10 cigars instead. Hopefully I have better luck with that one.

u/CatherineAm · 4 pointsr/personalfinance

So, full disclosure this (and morning Uber rides to work when it's cold) is my biggest personal struggle, budget wise. That said, there are stretches of weeks/months where I'm damn near perfect with it and I can share those tips :)

So, the biggest thing for me is that I make sure that I've packed a snack to eat at 3pm every day. Even if I'm not hungry and even if I don't want that snack, I eat it. Because when I leave work at 6, I'm not so terribly hungry that even just boiling water for Kraft Mac n' Cheese is too much time/effort and "terribly hungry" is when the cravings get you and next thing you know, you're spending $25 on fancy ramen.

My personal go-to is sliced up red peppers and hummus or tzatziki sauce (which I rarely have at home so it's usually hummus). Protein is key to maintain the feeling of fullness, and the bulk of the vegetable satiates you. But it could be anything: mini Babybel cheeses (this is actually my go-to for breakfast-- some kind of seasonal fruit and cheese), a small charcuterie plate with olives and cured meats... whatever, get creative, don't ignore your calorie/ nutrition goals (this is why peppers and hummus are the best IMO)--just make sure it'll hold up in the fridge from Sunday- Friday and prepare enough to grab and go in the morning or keep in the work fridge and set a daily reminder for mandatory snacktime.

I've also started to make my own hummus, using this recipe1 (but I'm lazy and buy canned chickpeas--I do remove the skins). I can tweak it to my exact specifications and can make a whole lot of the stuff for very little money (compared to the store brands, the major ones of which I've never really loved). I'm not saying you have to do it, but it's something I've come to enjoy and makes me look forward to mandatory snacktime because I'm damn proud of the stuff.

Which goes into a more general tip: learn to cook some basics/ easy go-tos and make them yours and make them your favorite versions of said food (or at least your favorite available). A bit tricky for NYC when there's awesome food everywhere but you can do it.

Make use of that freezer. I have a go-to recipe for Mexican shredded chicken that I'll make pounds of in one go, and then freeze the extras in freezer friendly quart ziplocks (freeze them "thin" so defrosting takes 10 minutes in room temperature water. There are a million different receipes for this concept. Some limey and cilantro-y, some tomatoey and cuminy. Here's a quick and effective way to get an airtight seal and avoid freezer burn. Make a bunch of different types This then can turn into whatever. Stuff a quesadilla, make enchiladas, make some soup, mix in with rice, eat on top of a bed of spinach. Ditto with some sort of spiced ground beef (or turkey).

In addition, if you always have a couple chicken breasts and a pound of ground beef/ turkey in the freezer (take out of original packaging, put in freezer friendly ziplocks, save as thin as possible for space concerns and also ease of defrosting), and even a sort-of stocked pantry, you'll have the ability to "wing it"/ get creative/ bail yourself out in a pinch (my dinner last night: my "emergency lazy food" package of herb and butter Rice a Roni with sliced chicken breast. Not a restaurant replacement but it was fast and I saved myself $20).

Try to always have some basics on hand. Whatever your "basics" wind up being, that will be personal based on your taste and your easy go-tos. For us, it's rice and tortillas (married to a Central American, my favorite food is Mexican, so your mileage may vary, most people seem to gravitate to bread and pasta). We always have a couple different kinds of shredded cheese on hand. Ditto with sour cream-- there's always at least some in the house. We always get a package of spinach, green onions and a lot of limes at the store (and often some extra red peppers) because we've found we use them up every time. We also make sure that the onion, garlic and egg reserves never go down (these items keep for weeks if stored properly). Oh, and canned tomatoes and black beans. Always have a ton of those. I have a lot of homemade chicken stock in the freezer (whenever I make a whole chicken, I put the bones and vegetable scraps in the slow cooker for 12 hours. Boom. Chicken broth), but you could keep canned on hand or "better than bouillon". This helps with soup and also adding flavor to whatever you're cooking. We've got a nice collection of spices and oils and vinegars which helps. Most of this keeps for a long time and can be morphed into anything AND goes well with our standard go-tos.

Once you get your basics to where you like them, you'll start to feel a bit silly going out to get X because it's really just ABC mixed together and you've got A and B in the home and you could pick up C right now for $2 AND yours tastes better. It's also fun and a challenge to learn new things and even more fun to follow a recipe exactly the first time and then make it yours the second. Also, give yourself a bit of leeway. This is "never eat out again" this is "stop paying 10x the price for something I can easily make at home, probably better". You love Indian? Go for it. Top notch sushi? Cool. But you do not need a $20 hamburger. Or Tex-Mex (authentic Mexican food is certainly something worth spending on). Or...whatever.

For inspiration, and bang-up awesome recipes, can't go wrong with America's Test Kitchen. Get a trial subscription or ask for one for the holidays.

Oh, also (sorry, I'm rambling). BUY GOOD SALT. Forget anything iodized. You don't have to break the bank but get some descent fleur de sel. Then don't be afraid to use it. Keep it in something like this, right by where you cook. Go talk to the people at the fancy salt store linked here. They'll back me up on this. Part of why you crave eating out so much is because they season their food properly and there is a 90% chance that you do not (most people don't, from a fear-of-salt thing from the 60s/70s that was the low fat diet scam of its day). You're addicted, basically. A couple weeks of home cooking will break that, especially if you're providing yourself a good substitute. Salt is not evil, and I can guarantee you that even if you feel like you're using a heavy hand in your kitchen, you probably won't be using as much as restaurants anyway.

u/platipenguin · 4 pointsr/DnD

Sorry, should've posted this right away!

I just got the bottles from Amazon, here They're actually really small, only about half a standard shot each, but I figured its probably for the best if we don't get hammered during our session :P

Mana Potion:

  • Sprite
  • Blue Curacao
  • Dash of Peppermint Schnapps
  • Dash of Vodka

    Health Potion:

  • Cranberry Juice
  • Butterscotch Schnapps
  • Dash of Rum

    The health one's a little weird, but it ends up having an interesting licorice-y flavor. I'm definitely open to suggestions on it, though! And this only took me about a half hour total to make all these. It took a slightly steady hand, but I just filled them with my little measuring cup.

    Edit: Formating
u/Cweid · 4 pointsr/HotPeppers


Bottles: Clear Glass Woozy Bottles with Shrink Capsules, 5 Oz - Case of 12

Stopper thingies: Dripper Insert for Hot Sauce Bottles 20ct

u/eo10998 · 4 pointsr/options

This has worked great for me, and with Prime shipping, it's a no-brainer

u/Eldridge33 · 4 pointsr/cigars

There are essentially two companies selling cedar trays on Amazon. After reading through reviews one company has a bunch of "mold" reviews, wherein the trays ARRIVED with mold already on them. Mold will obviously destroy your cigar habitat. The trays listed below are ones I purchased and came in great condition.

  1. Cigar Oasis Caliber IV Hygrometer
  2. 2 Cedar Trays
  3. 1 Sistema 1870 Klip It
  4. 2 Boveda 69% (60g)

u/splat313 · 4 pointsr/cigars

The 7 Liter (236oz) (7.4qt) (42 cup) Sistema almost perfectly fits the 2 cedar trays that I got from Amazon. I was very pleased with it. The container goes by many names - I've literally seen it go by each of those unit of measures. Amazon has it for like $36 which is crazy. I had Walmart ship me one but they sent a 5 liter by accident and think the item listing is incorrect about the sizing. Sistemas have a rubber gasket on the lid and 4 flip lock things to keep the lid secure.

I ended up going with the Container Store. They are not in my area so I had to buy online and pay for the shipping. They go for $12.99

I've gotten two different cedar trays from Amazon and this is the one that is a great fit:

I've also bought but the fit wasn't as good (it is a little smaller).

The one with the good fit has 2x5 of those holes in the bottom while the one that was a little smaller has 2x3 holes.

u/MyAtari2600IsSmarter · 3 pointsr/funny

It's almost like you could purchase something like that on Amazon...

u/Elijahs-Wood · 3 pointsr/lotr

Oh my god,I'm such a derp sorry! haha those are from Amazon, here is the link :)

u/chaoticbear · 3 pointsr/AskCulinary

We've used this one for years.

u/destroyer1997 · 3 pointsr/GalaxysEdge
u/proskillz · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy
u/VRichardsen · 3 pointsr/DemocraticSocialism

> Also I'd like to see proof that this is real

It is not. Get yours for only $ 9,68!

u/RealTranEggHours · 3 pointsr/DemocraticSocialism

The work conditions in America are shitty, but this is a joke poster

Edit: link

u/catmommy1 · 3 pointsr/proplifting

I got them from here.
Axe Sickle 18 Pcs 20ml Cork...

u/AfternoonTee912 · 3 pointsr/harrypotterwu

You should take it to the next level and invest in some of these

u/JamesSch35 · 3 pointsr/cigars

For a humidor, I would get a Sistema Container and a couple of these trays. This setup has worked great for a number of people, myself included. It seals very well.

u/Adwinistrator · 3 pointsr/cigars

I can fit 2 of these trays in this Sistema 7.4 qt.


cc: u/eldude


edit in case these disappear from Amazon: The tray is called "F.e.s.s. Fess Storage versatility Cedar Tray with Adjustable Divider"

u/1_2_um_12 · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Is it though, "truthful"?

u/gordonshumway85 · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddicts

I use tea bag organizers. I have to pad the bottom for some lipsticks but it has worked really well for me and I like the way it looks.

u/MiamiSlice · 2 pointsr/retrogaming

That’s what I’m planning to do. I’m going to build a kit with a Pi, 4 way joystick, 6 buttons and a spinner using this box: Lipper International 8188 Bamboo Wood Tea Box with 8 Compartments, 12-3/8" x 7-3/8" x 3-3/5"

Someone in the comments posted pictures of their own fight stick build too.

u/RumpleAndBelle · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Decorate already! These books ends would look wonderful and go well with the decor you already brought in. I think that This little guy would look simply adorable keeping an eye on your computer desk. I love black cats and books so if you do too this trinket box might work out well. Could we request a GC? I am saving for a vaccum otherwise surprise me, I wish you the best of luck finding some things for your desk/office area.

u/ReisaD · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Humans perplex me. By my silver scales, if it is not shootings, in an uncommon place... it's strangulation in a... what do you homo sapiens call that piece of literature... Ah, " Stepford like " community of an elderly woman, only for the executioner to be found, in his truck, dead by his own hands and bullet. Even more baffling? Taking plastic men modelled after a 'Controversial' Television show off the shelves of a toystore due to an mollycoddling child bearer. This whole thing is... monotonous at best. Why do you creatures let such things transpire? You cease to amaze me.

  2. I really. REALLY. REAAALLLYY want this book. I know it's not out yet, but if that is a problem I would love love love these book ends!

  4. That is fine, but as much as I would love the software... the book/bookends are wanted badly/kinda needed. X_X
  5. Okay!

  6. WOOOO!

    :D :D
u/THEMCV · 2 pointsr/cigars

Thanks! I'll check through those.

I was looking at this one until you said no glass tops.

u/amazingtaters · 2 pointsr/cigars

I've had 2 humidors (first one gave up the ghost to an empty glass dropped by a drunk person)

  • The Capri Glass Top. I actually really liked this humidor. Nothing super special mind you, but I did the job well enough.
  • Tabacalera Perdomo 20 Count. This guy was a bit cheaper, as my budget for replacement wasn't quite what I would have liked. Got it for a good price in a freefall deal on CigarBid. I've only had it a few weeks. So far no complaints really. It holds moisture well. Not as pretty as the capri, but such is life, right? For someone who feels like they're drowning in an ocean of tobacco at 20 cigars, it does just fine.
u/Sniperman · 2 pointsr/cigars

check out some other ones at amazon.

also keep in mind if you think a 10 count humidor is enough aim for at least a 20, the sticks add up fast.

you can also find some deals on imperfect humidors here

u/robotsongs · 2 pointsr/cigars

They're not that far between. And frankly, instead of the one you're pointing to, I would go for one of these instead(though there's no variety there, which seems to be what you're looking for...)

That $100 one you pointed to is kinda alright, but really, IMO the G2's and the Black pearls are really poor smokes. Like I couldn't finish the Pearls I've had and the G2 I smoked was finished only because it was going to be my last smoke for a week or two, so I wanted to savor every last moment. I definitely wouldn't go back.

If I was you, I would get a Bally 100-ct humidor or even this smaller Capri and then get a nice sampler from Famous-Smoke (who I find to have much better samplers) (or get one of CI's nicer samplers cheaper on

Something like one of the Famous Smoke Best of Samplers. From that bunch, I think the Best of Dominican, the Best of Medium Bodied or the Best of Full Bodied selections are pretty damn great. (Also check out the Best of Camaroon or Best of Habano samplers... good stuff in there. However, I have been enjoying this 2010 Awards Sampler from that has a wide selection of mild to full, small to big smokes. That might actually be a great starting place, though I really would recommend that, if you go with that one, you append it with a couple singles of Arturo Fuente Short Stories and a couple Padron 2000's in both natural and maduro.

Hope that helps. Typically, though, those humi+cigar deals are filled with house-brand filler smokes and it's not actually as good a deal as it seems. Your call.

u/jmcwhirter · 2 pointsr/cigars

I purchased this and outgrew it in less than a year:

The tupperdor suggestion is probably good. If you get a shit ton of tupperware, then you buy a huge cooler.

u/CCFTW · 2 pointsr/cigars

LOVE this. Took only 24 hrs to season, and I didn't wipe it down. Would buy again, and recommend.

u/Xxdrkwngduckxx · 2 pointsr/cigars

Quality Importers Desktop Humidor, Capri, with Tempered Glasstop, Cedar Divider, and Brass Ring Glass Hygrometer, Holds 25 to 50 Cigars, by

I personally bought this one, right now I'm seasoning it, but reviews say it's good and from all the ones I looked at this one seemed the best for the price.

u/kay_bizzle · 2 pointsr/cigars

I just bought this one on Amazon, and am really happy with it. Something comparable would've cost me like $100 at my local smoke shop

u/deffer4000 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

There's this, you could also do this one.

u/tlfranklin76 · 2 pointsr/cigars

Cool, I might pick some up, thank you. My humidor was also for Christmas:

I'm going to pick up some aquarium sealant for the glass. Maybe I'll put 2-69%'s in there if it leaks at all.

u/corse · 2 pointsr/cigars

I edited my price. My scumbag brain twisted the 5 and 7. Still is under $150 rounding up. If I look for those cigars on atlantic, and famous smoke or any site you get a reddit discount, easy to shave the price down. You can certainly get that humidor for next to nothing on amazon.

u/Faciem_Perfectionis · 2 pointsr/cigars

So I've been lurking here for a while, and recently purchased this humidor. Two things I was wondering about:

  • In the thread about cigar sins, I saw several people dissing glass top humidors... Why?
  • When I first got it, I was able to get it to about 70% humidity with just distilled water. I kept a shot glass full of it as well as having some on the sponge. However, now that I've got a bunch of cigars in there, humidity can't seem to get over 60%. Even if I add water all the time. Could this be because the heat is on/it's drier in my place, or am I looking at a bad seal? Or would I be able to resolve this with a better sponge/using the humidor solution? Not really sure how to check for the cause.

    Any help would be appreciated.
u/cozmanian · 2 pointsr/cigars

I almost ordered that one but ordered this instead:

It's probably on the same lines of quality but for my first one, I figured it wouldn't be too much out of my pocket if it ends up being crap. Currently I just calibrated the hygrometer and now it's sitting with a shot glass of water in it to season the cedar that's in it. If anything, might make a cool looking mod case for a mini-computer...

u/whatisboom · 2 pointsr/sousvide

Totally Bamboo 20-2083 Salt Box, 3-1/2-Inch round, Plain

u/blaaaaaargh · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I bought these, then I mixed some water, food colouring gel, and citric acid and eye dropper-ed it in. Then I dipped the cork in super glue and let it dry. I did that so the liquid wouldn't soak through the cork and discolour it.

Theeen I melted some sealing wax, dipped the cork in that and put it in the bottle and dripped (kinda) some more wax around the cork!

Hope that helps. :]

u/PreternaturalBriar · 2 pointsr/witchcraft

That is a single 20 oz bottle. Amazon has small jars for less money.

u/ElSherberto · 2 pointsr/zelda

This bottle is close, but it doesn't have a cork top.

These 2 are basically the exact bottles from the games, but they're incredibly tiny.

u/JurassicMouse03 · 2 pointsr/savisworkshop

amazon , there’s a wooden insert for where the neck of a bottle would rest, I used rubbing alcohol to weaken the wood glue, and rocked the piece out.

u/Febrifuge · 2 pointsr/lightsabers

If you're going to go full Cool Uncle on this, I recommend presenting the saber in a wooden box, something like this.

This can be either natural, or fancied up with wood stain outside and foam with fabric over it on the inside. This can make a fun project, for pretty cheap.

The blade would be separate, true - but a maximum level Cool Uncle will have the blade and an Allen wrench handy, maybe in a shinai bag with a couple of spare blades.

u/Nezhka · 2 pointsr/chinchilla

I actually found it at college, during building construction... the guys said I could have it!

But I just found this one on Amazon...!

u/TargaryenFlames · 2 pointsr/atheism

Those signs are all over; just google "no religious soliciting sign"




u/CrackedChassis · 2 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

I have this sign and it works great. Stopped every annoying sales and religious solicitor for years now.

“No Soliciting No fundraising No politics No religion No exceptions”

u/Maxiswellhere · 2 pointsr/ProductPorn

Get it from Amazon for $49.99 + $7.62 for shipping.

u/kwestcomesalive · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt

WSIWT: 16"+ of snow has me stuck inside wearing my LL Bean Slipper Mocs.

GD: Been cutting wine and liquor bottles with my Kinkajou Bottle Cutter and making home made candles all day. Very satisfying to get a clean score line and break!

u/OrthodoxInDixie · 2 pointsr/spicy

Clear Glass Woozy Bottles with Shrink Capsules, 5 Oz - Case of 12

u/mfcimmg · 2 pointsr/Electroneum
u/staticarias · 2 pointsr/wine

Feel free! To give you a headstart/inspiration: I bought a set of 36 mini glass bottles and a box to nicely present them in

u/Chelley449 · 2 pointsr/proplifting

Axe Sickle 20ml Cork Stoppers Glass Bottles 20 Pcs DIY Decoration Mini Glass Bottles Favors Small Jars Corks Message Glass Bottle Small Glass Wishing Bottles for Wedding Party Favors.

I bought some a few weeks ago. I planted my water props this past weekend.

u/DunNahNahNahPatman · 2 pointsr/cigars

F.e.s.s. Fess Storage versatility...

Yes I got it off Amazon. The hygrometer is great and visually I like it when I peek in my office to check the humidity. Checking the trends were convient when it was settling out. Definitely recommend the 65 boveda because I started with 69 and it would fluctuate between 68-71 because of how well the systema holds humidity.

u/Leethalization · 2 pointsr/cubancigars
u/ethicalthrowaway2 · 2 pointsr/cigars

For a collection that size, do you maintain an inventory list? I only keep around 350-500 cigars on hand at a time, and keep a Google Spreadsheet that shows Name/Size/Quantity/Cost for each stick in my humidor. I find that this helps me figure out what I should be ordering without having to dig through the humidor. Around 3 times a year, I'll do a complete re-inventory to make sure I've tracked everything correctly.

I use a single large Sistema container which holds 18 cedar trays (these) stacked in 3 columns of 6. It holds 448 Toro-size (6x52) cigars.

u/iCy619 · 2 pointsr/pics

"Yoda Bookend" gave cheaper options

Idk how they came across that.

u/samdeed · 2 pointsr/nextfuckinglevel

This is all it is.

The metal plate goes inside the first book (ie, inside the cover). That holds the first book, then the others just sit up against it. It helps if you have something you can put the books up against on the other end so they don't slide (like a wall or bookshelf end).

u/iamover13 · 1 pointr/funny
u/watchmeasifly · 1 pointr/pics
u/turnpike37 · 1 pointr/funny

Those are relatively common novelty signs:

NYC West Village,
Key West,
and buy your own.

u/KingUNREAL · 1 pointr/fightsticks

Sure thing, I'll update this post when I get home from work in around 8 hrs or so. Thanks! I really wanted to make it clean and hated how the premade harnesses looked.


Parts List

The box

u/gimily · 1 pointr/Tekken

I did basically the same thing except with a bamboo tea box from amazon

It is a little bit smaller but I can fit my palms on it for when I want to rest, which is all I really need the size for:

u/higgiefresh · 1 pointr/RetroPie
u/Sieberella · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I think these dragon book ends and this memo board would brighten the place up a bit!

  2. And This would be great!

  3. Decorate already!

    Thanks for the contest :)
u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Dragon Bookends

Oval Supply Caddy Must have!

Dead Fred Pen Holder Just for fun!

I could pee on this - Cat Calendar!

Decorate Already!

If I win, I have a bottle of Alpha Lipoic Acid on my Add-Ons list that would be great!! It's much needed! Thanks so much for the contest!

u/saint_gutfree · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Decorate already! This lamp is pretty cool! And this could be a fun way to add a chalkboard and more dragons to your office :) And both of these bookend sets are pretty cool!

And I don't know if non-Amazon things are off limits, but I really liked this paperclip holder.

u/erpascal · 1 pointr/santashelpers

Has he read all of Rick Riordan's books? (I'm assuming yes, but in case not, those are super popular).

LOTR boxed set is always a great way to go.

If he likes reading, what about a set of bookends? I got a set of Harry Potter bookends for my birthday when I was 10, and I've kept them for well over a decade. It's the kind of gift you'd never buy for yourself but that you didn't know how much you wanted/will use.

Some awesome bookends:

All come in 2 days with Prime.

u/Dhpayne · 1 pointr/cigars

Just ordered this yesterday as I had some amazon gift cards lying around. Same company, but I got one of the other style options.

Will let you know how it turns out

u/ubsr1024 · 1 pointr/cigars

That humidor on the left, is that this one? How do you like it?

u/Lukekk · 1 pointr/cigars

If it has to be bought from amazon, my friend and I each have this one of these right now, performs quite well. However, if you can, I would actually try out cigarbid for humidors, they usually have all the standard humidors for a great price if you can pull the bid off.

u/The_Cleric · 1 pointr/cigars

Here's some decent ones, but they are a bit overpriced compared to non Amazon prices.

u/SenorCeeb · 1 pointr/cigars

I got one identical to this one. It looks nice for sure, however I find it seriously leaks contrary to the “sureseal” technology. From some of the reviews people written, some people suspect the leak is due to the hydrometer not being sealed properly. I’d buy the used one if I were to re-buy this product.

link to amazon

u/QuikAF77 · 1 pointr/cigars

Go on cbid, you can get a deal. Or hit amazon thats what I got for my first humidor, it works well. Don't take advantage of the nice people on this sub.

u/MagicallyMalificent · 1 pointr/WhatsInThisThing

Well, sort of, but a humidifier is generally used to humidify a whole room or something, and a humidor is specifically for keeping and/or aging cigars. Here's a good example of one. They can vary in size though. That's more on the small end, but I've seen whole rooms rigged as humidors.

u/Spoonthetoast · 1 pointr/cigars

Wow! I'm seasoning it with a shot glass filled with distilled water. The instructions say do it for a day. Will my cigars last in a ziplock if I Gould do it for 3 days? This is the humidor I have for reference:

u/walker240 · 1 pointr/cigars

Thanks. Also does this seem like a good humidor?

u/afc-egs · 1 pointr/cigars

Thanks! I don't really feel comfortable saying what I like about cigars yet, because I would most likely be guessing or talking out of my ass. I tend to enjoy some scotch with them, I don't know if that is any help. I have looked into some sort of storage device because I tend to smoke 1-2 on the weekends rather than mid week. [This] ( was recommended in another thread I read and also looked into seasoning them correctly and keeping the humidity at a good %.

u/Econn98 · 1 pointr/cigars

$30? This one was my first humidor.

Quality Importers Desktop Humidor, Capri-Glasstop

and still works great. Holds humidity where I want it (68%-72%) constantly with one of these guys.

Drymistat Humidifier Tube

Best part - the glass top. You get to stare at your beautiful, sexy, glorious sticks!

u/thatguynamedniok · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

I bought something very similar to this a long time ago and it's treated me wonderfully since.

u/MorphineBear · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Sounds easy enough. 1
Thanks! :D

u/Karmakerosene · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That's awesome! It sucks that your kid's birthday whatever-it-was didn't arrive on time, though. :c

This is on my main list.

Thanks, UPS!

u/Captain_GoodPie · 1 pointr/crafts
u/jeep777 · 1 pointr/trees

I know old thread but I found the jars on amazon haha. Might make awesome little stocking stuffers. Package of 24 Small Mini Glass Jars with Cork Stoppers - Size: 1-1/2" Tall X 3/4 Inches Diameter

u/CK4R · 1 pointr/funny

Here is a cheaper option, not quite the same but close.

u/Kamiwife47 · 1 pointr/funny
u/OminousRectangle · 1 pointr/lost

More like hand-decorated! The crate was purchased too.

u/deadlybydsgn · 1 pointr/chinchilla

We use a glass candy jar. That way you have a lid.

u/Aunty_Fascist · 1 pointr/chinchilla

5x11 platform

3 pack mini platforms

Peek a Boo tunnel (she has a shop on Etsy as well)

Hanging bridge

Niteangel wooden house (unfortunately out of stock)

Etsy has a lot of chinchilla ledges, bridges and other cage accessories, definitely check them out. Shipping can be really slow though but the quality is worth it.

We also have a penny candy jar we're trying to train him to get into for transport since he hates being picked up but he mostly just likes perching on top of it at the moment.

u/NotSuzyHomemaker · 1 pointr/Wishlist

I have this one and it resulted in the FUNNIEST damned thing happening. I live in a town that is just over 10k people. We have a mind boggling number of churches. And so there are a lot of religious door knockers.

One day, I had 2 ladies who were obvious church ladies (by the way they dressed and they were holding bibles) come up on my porch, read the sign, and turn and walk away. I was alerted to their presence by my dogs. And so I looked out the window in time to see one of the women gesticulating wildly with an obviously disgruntled look on her face. Priceless.

u/ZeroXephon · 1 pointr/somethingimade

How often do you brake glass using a saw? Right now I use a kinkajou glass cutter and fracture the glass with hot water. I get ~95% success rate using this method.

u/theepicIegend · 1 pointr/dbz
u/heathotsauce · 1 pointr/HotPeppers

Nope, I'm in California, they're in Pennsylvania. From what I can tell, Amazon has them for $16 per case with Prime. Filmore Container has them for $4 per case plus shipping.

From PA to CA, 1 case ships for $14.60, making Amazon a better deal. 2 cases ship for $19.54, making Filmore Container a way better deal. The larger the volume, the more you save.

Free shipping isn't always a good deal, because it doesn't allow you to save by buying in bulk.

TL;DR If you're buying 1 case, use Amazon Prime. If you are buying 2 or more cases, use Filmore Container.

u/Vurondotron · 1 pointr/Games

No, get your own. Here -- Comes in assorted colors.

u/alohadave · 1 pointr/photography

This is the one I got from Amazon: Amlong Crystal 3 inch (80mm) Clear Crystal Ball with Redwood Lion Resin Stand

u/FlansDigitalDotCom · 1 pointr/pics
u/dozure · 1 pointr/rpg

I have these, but for a different purpose. I haven't put liquid in them, but they've been opened/closed a number of times with no ill effects.

u/Bethanym9884 · 1 pointr/crafting

Get some colored sand and glass bottles and make a sand art station! Let them make their own crafts :)

Axe Sickle 18 Pcs 20ml cork jar glass bottles, DIY decoration mini glass bottles favors,mini vials cork,message glass bottle vial cork,small glass bottles jars corks, Wedding Decoration,Party Favors.

u/Colloquial_Bloke · 1 pointr/cigars

You can't stack those in there. I think you can with these though:

F.e.s.s. Fess Storage versatility Cedar Tray with Adjustable Divider

I've never used them, but they're rated well. They're slightly smaller than the other ones.

I use 2 of the 60g packs in mine. The small packs will not be enough.

u/ssj4tito · 0 pointsr/dbz

New DragonBall Z Stars Crystal Glass Ball 7pcs with Gift Box, LARGE 76MM in diameter
I bought the four star ball of the same size as these and it's beautiful, stars on the inside too

u/raul_midnight · 0 pointsr/ABoringDystopia

I mean I think it definitely attacks working conditions and polices in America but it is a joke sign you can buy on Amazon