Sometimes all you need is a good idea to breathe new life into some everyday items. This is how rings with fingerprints turn into a lasting souvenir and rotating refrigerator shelves provide easy access to all products stored there.
#1 Chocolates wrapped in paper look like Brussels sprouts
#2 Paper with hexagonal imprint to take chemistry notes
#3 Wedding rings with fingerprints of the spouses
#4 Artistic washbasin
#5 A tiny mountain inside a bottle
#6 The picture looks nothing like its mirror reflection
#7 A spoon that does not have to be inside the mug
#8 A really handy honey ball
#9 Rotating refrigerator shelves provide very easy access to anything you keep there
#10 A Sudoku board where digits were replaced with colors
#11 After pouring the soya sauce you will see a Torii gate
#12 Aztec motives on a sewer lid
#13 Tubeless bike tires
#14 Love for chocolate is never the same
#15 The caps give the geolocation of the best campsites and fishing spots
#16 Oil poured onto the pan forms hexagonal shape
#17 A napkin matching the pattern on the plate
#18 All customers complain about this fly as it was painted on the plate
#19 A dome fixed in the pond lets you watch the fish
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