Doing something for work that you did for fun as a kid seems like a dream job, unless you were fond of role-playing to Mary Poppins, in which case you are now employed as a chimney sweep who must also watch after totally spoiled English children. Thankfully not spending her time inhaling soot, the chick behind Red Boots Design.
The work of a Bellingham transplant who decided to make a living via "the crafty things (she) enjoyed as a kid", RBD's ironic screenprint-heavy collection of housewares is designed by hand and, fun fact, is produced with as little environmental impact as possible thanks to a program called Toward Zero Waste, though Portia de Rossi is who to turn to if you're looking toward (a) zero waist. Highlights include a mess of wood-backed wall-mounted suds-unsealers like a gray number arted w/ a red/white Rock 'Em Sock 'Em-style Robot Time; a 3.5x11in number boasting a Super Brownie 27 camera; and a moose-antlered version called Nice Rack, a compliment that was even creepier during the Spanish Inquisition. And because riding a bike is lame if you don't have the clothes to match, she's also rolled out gear like a two wheeler-emblazoned BMX Rider fleece, a trike-fronted tee that reads "I roll on 12's" across the back, and a Three Speed hoodie backed with a diagram of the shifter pod from a Schwinn Albertson-tastic Grocery Getter.
If you're somehow still interested in spending more money, pull out those traveler's checks for a pewter belt buckle boasting over-exposed photos of the Space Needle and a Ferris wheel, or a reinforced belt made using reclaimed inner tubes, which is a sick pick-up, assuming they don't start Poppins.