Magnetic Chalkboard Coasters and Travel Spice Kits by Purpose Design

Magnetic Chalkboard Coasters and Travel Spice Kits by Purpose DesignI  found great stuff on Etsy, which encourage me to spread the word. On the last couple days, I spot these Magnetic Chalkboard Coasters. I did not check who made it until this morning.

I glad I did because the esty seller and I live in the small city. Purpose Design creates these magnetic coasters in black chalkboard and in the green old school chalkboard. The cool thing is that you can store them on the fridge or your message center when you do not use them as coasters.

Travel Spice Kits

Purpose Design also sells framed magnetic spice kits. Her spice kits in a cool hand brushed aluminum tin makes a great idea for Father’s Day. They are ideal to take along traveling, on camping or hiking trips, or for the boat or the cottage.

Purpose Design sells their kits by flavor: everyday herbs and spices, Italian spices, Mexican spices, Indian spices, Southeast Asian spices, Thai spices and even a Chai Tea kit.

Personalized Party Favors

For baby showers, wedding showers or bridesmaid and groomsmen gifts, the lid label can be personalized. The custom wedding favor spice kits is the perfect gift to or from a foodie. See her etsy shop for details.

Signature Hostess Gifts

Why not get a personalized set to become your signature hostess gift? If you opt for a signature hostess gift, change the gift every season and keep a journal. You want to avoid giving the same gift twice to the same host.

>>> Sourcing:
Buy online: small spice kits by purpose design [etsy] – price: $15 USD
Buy online: magnetic coasters by purpose design [etsy] – price: $15 USD for a pack of 4
Via: purpose design :: blackboard magnetic coasters [black . white . bliss]

  • RecipeGirl
    June 5, 2008 at 12:36

    I’m interested in the travel spice kit!! What a great idea… I’m off to check it out 🙂

  • Renée
    August 7, 2008 at 13:55

    How cool those magnetic coasters!
    And… mmmm – those kits look great!
    I think I saw them at “Olives et Epices” at the Jean-Talon Market.
    It’s a really good idea to have just ALL the spices in small quantities – you don’t cook indian – or mexican – all days…