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Novelty Salt and Pepper Shakers Club

Example of "tallboys" and "huggers" from the Novelty Salt and Pepper Shakers Club For some reason I feel better knowing that such a thing as the Novelty Salt and Pepper Shakers Club exists. Although the website doesn't look like it's been redesigned since the mid-90s, it's up to date; there's information about their upcoming convention this July in Knoxville, Tennessee, and you can check out recent photos of shakers in their newsletter. Brush up on your shaker lingo with this handy guide to shaker designs (I'm a fan of the "huggers"). If you feel at home while browsing the site, joint the club! Related Salt-n-Pepa Salt and Pepper Shakers Cute Salt and Pepper Shakers How to Make Nesting Doll... More

How to Make Nesting Doll Salt Shakers

Design*Sponge has a cute idea for what to do with blank nesting dolls: turn them into salt shakers! Or rather, "anything powdered" shakers. Suggestions include pepper, cinnamon sugar, and Parmesan cheese. Related Salt-n-Pepa Salt and Pepper Shakers Cute Salt and Pepper Shakers Film Canister Salt and Pepper Shakers... More

Salt-n-Pepa Salt and Pepper Shakers

File this under Why Didn't I Think of That. Etsy.com seller Drinkanddream created a salt and pepper shaker set that plays off the name of '80s hip-hop group Salt-n-Pepa. I feel bad for Spinderella, though. Maybe Drinkanddream can craft a lazy Susan in her honor. Salt-n-Pepa shakers, $30 on Etsy. Related: Cute Salt and Pepper Shakers... More

Cute Salt and Pepper Shakers

Robyn Lee (AKA The Girl Who Ate Everything, AKA Serious Eats's intern for the spring semester) is in Paris on spring break, where she found these amazingly cute salt and pepper shakers at a street fair. Unfortunately, she didn't get the name of the manufacturer, otherwise we'd be importing these like crazy. IMG_9376 [Robyn's Flickr photo stream]... More

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