You all know how I love my Flip & Tumble bag, mostly because it rolls up into itself, so it's small and lightweight enough to carry in your purse. Well Flip, mama's got a brand new bag. The Jellybean Eco Shopper Bag ($30) from the MoMA store also folds into a small square, so it can be easily stored in a purse, and has an inner pocket and an outer zip pocket. Functionally, it seems to work the same way as F&T, but printed with a playful jellybean pattern, it also boasts some visual magic. What to do? Well, it wouldn't be very eco chic to go and buy another shopper bag just because it's pretty. Maybe if I wait until my Flip wears out until I buy this Jellybean, it'll be Easter time and the bag will be wildly appropriate . . .
When pressed, the Oopsie-Daisy Cow Jelly Bean Dispenser releases a coffee or carmel flavored jelly bean from its tail end.
This gives new meaning to the term "Jelly Belly." I don't even want to know how someone schemed up this concept, but I do think it's a fabulous way to disguise your beans and keep your coworker's greedy paws out of your candy stash. It's also an effective, not to mention ironic, way to keep your goodies safe from contaminants, such as hand and airborne germs, although mental contamination is inevitable- would the looks of this make you hungry?
So go ahead and have a cow, or even two--because it would make a crappy holiday gift for those less than desirable in-laws, yes?
Thanks for the sending this our way, cubavalerie311!