Gift Guide 2014: The Creative Type


How do you find creative gifts for creatives? Says Lindsay Nehls, co-owner of Rock Paper Scissors: “Look for something unique! Everyone who is ‘the artsy one in the family’ has probably faked a smile and an ‘Oh thanks Grandma, I looove it’ when they get another ‘value set’ of crappy art supplies they’ll never use. Try a unique project kit, workshops or classes, or a gift card to an art supply store.”

Photograph by Anna Jones/OMS

Photograph by Anna Jones/OMS

DEC14_RADAR_GiftGuide_NotebookMemo To Self
Creative types can jot down the Next Big Idea in these pocket-sized notebooks—and with a fresh limited-edition set delivered each quarter, those ideas can keep flowing. Subscription to Field Notes COLORS, $97,
On The Case
Local artist Jaewan Lee handcrafts functional accessories from sturdy cowhide. This pencil case doubles as a ruggedly chic clutch. J. Wan Leather pencil holder, $75, Rock Paper Scissors,
DEC14_RADAR_GiftGuide_PencilWrite On
This precision drawing instrument has an adjustable head to hold a variety of lead sizes. The better to draft with, my dear. Koh-I-Noor Technigraphic lead holder, $11.30, Plaza Artist Materials,
Scissor Happy
Show some love with miniature scissors in cute colors and funky designs. Kelmscott Designs heart-shaped embroidery scissors, $11.99, The Hoop and Needle, thehoopandneedle.comClean Slate
Making mistakes is so much more fun with chamomile and jasmine tea-scented erasers to clean up the mess. Kikkerland scented tea erasers, $5, Poeme,

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