Friday, January 18th, 2013 by Amy Rozanski-Harlach Leave a Comment »
I love unique products that you can gift to people and you know they won’t have it already. I like to throw little gifts together for people that include notepads, pens, mini books, stationary and things like that. Usually that’s stuff you know will get used and won’t sit around like other boring gifts. Everyone can use a good notepad or scheduling item as part of their busy and hectic lifestyles. Knock Knock puts the fun in functional and has everything from notepads designed to outline everything your babysitter needs to know all the way to little ‘library’ sets for kids that allow them to rate the books they read in their own personal library and mark them with stickers.
You can really go crazy with Knock Knock products. It’s a one stop shop that has items for kids all the way up to adults. Business professionals, stay at home moms and grandparents will all love the items available through Knock Knock.
Here’s some of what I think are the best items available from Knock Knock:
All Out Of Pad
This is a great notepad you can stick on your fridge and whenever you use something up or discover you’ve run out of something you can simply check it off on the sheet or write it in the space provided. When it’s time to run to the store you can grab the sheet and go.
Parent’s Night Out Pad
If you’re paranoid about leaving your little one like I am then this is the pad for you. It has spaces where you can fill in where you will be, the number to call in case of an emergency, your child’s medical information, the menu for your child for the evening and details on bedtime. There’s even a ‘Helpful Hints’ section that will keep your babysitter on top of their game.
Personal Library Kit
This is great for a book lover like me who lends out a lot of their books and never remembers who has what. While it may be funny this kit is a good way to make sure you never lose those books again!
For more information on any of these products or to do some shopping of your own you can visit www.knockknockstuff.com.