If your sister likes to light a few candles to create an evening ambience, these tea light holders will automatically up her atmospheric game. They come in two parts, an outer casing with an insightful quote and an inner candle holder with intricate silhouettes. They are the perfect addition to any living room to transform it into a quiet, calming retreat from the rest of the world.
However they like their steak, make sure that their birthday dinner doesn’t leave them feeling blue for all the wrong reasons. You are what you eat and this ingenious little invention makes sure that they’re spoiled in the right way, even if they’re not feeling too fresh at the thought of turning 40.
We think the 30th birthday is about as young as we’d recommend for this gift. It looks like a magic wand, and operates pretty much like one, as an electric blue, 2,012° F arc erupts from the tip to light candles. Or light everything in the whole house playing wizard, if the younger kids get hold of it.
Young people are typically conscious of their environmental impact and the not-so-temporary nature of disposable products. They also probably don’t really like doing the dishes. These edible cups solve both problems. Available in multiple flavors including cherry, citrus, green tea, and vanilla, this sustainable drinkware also makes a tasty late night snack.
Crank up that “Purple Haze” and take a trip to the outer corners of the galaxy with some psychedelic glassware. These mind-blowing vessels will expand consciousness while promoting proper hydration. Add a little brain tease to routine beverage breaks and bridge the distance between the mysteries of the skies and our earthly experience.
Radiate fun, intelligence, and geekiness with these pressure sensitive, self-lighting radioactive isotope coasters. It’s the 21st century: wooden drink holders are for your grandma’s house. Sure to light up and energize any party or family gathering. Hazmat suit not required.
You care about the 30-year-old in your life: that’s why you’re giving them an excuse to talk—or in some cases, yell—to themselves. “Alexa, stop music. I SAID STOP MUSIC.” When it’s working properly, it will be helpful though, which is why they’ll be sure to thank you—if the Amazon Echo understands to text you correctly.
For a 50-year-old chemistry teacher, alchemist or Breaking Bad fan, these scientific coasters are sure to go down well. Like Plutonium in water (it’s a heavy metal, don’t you know?) What’s that? You need to put a drink on each one to make it light up? No problem. ‘Bartender, 3 more please!’ Let’s get this party started.
Turning 21 means there are going to be drinks around, which means coasters are a must. So why not have the hottest coasters around? These pressure sensitive squares light up when a drink is placed on them, and each represents a different radioactive element.