Flip Your Lid

Charles Vianci LidsWhat It Is: Proof that great gift ideas don’t have to be mind-blowing when it comes to cost or otherwise. Charles Viancin’s pot lid covers are an ingenious solution whether you’re microwaving food or storing it in the fridge. Available in a ton of fun styles inspired by flowers (as well as more original interpretations like a lilypad and snowflake), these universal lids prevent spills by creating an air tight, water tight seal to whatever dish you place them on. Safe for the microwave, oven, freezer, and dishwasher, they’re easy to maintain and can be used again and again. What’s not to love?

Who It’s For: Your wife, as a pretty stocking stuffer she’ll actually use. Your friend, as a fun housewarming present. The hostess, to stash those party leftovers.

What It Costs: Prices start at $7.99 for a set of two small covers.

Where It’s At: I’ve got two Canadian sources for you: Fenigo and Linen Chest.

BONUS entry into yesterday’s Hippie Princess giveaway – tell me in the comments below what you think of this product and what your fave design of it is!

24 Responses to “Flip Your Lid”
  1. Aimee says:

    I like the sunflower design. I’d buy one for myself

  2. Donnas says:

    I think this product is a wonderful idea and I like the lily pad design,

  3. Rachel C. says:

    I love this idea – I’ve been looking for these type of lids for some time, and I love that these are fancier than normal. The yellow sunflower one is my fave!

  4. Joan G. says:

    not for me – Probably just another gadget cluttering my cupboards – the sunflower does stand out though.

  5. Heather Swanson says:

    the lilypad is cute

  6. intensev5 says:

    I like the sunflower lid and I know this is something I would use.

  7. Cheryl A says:

    As someone who needs a course on how to use plastic wrap, this is great! I love the poppy design.

  8. mcmc says:

    The sunflower one is bright and cheery

  9. cookie3 says:

    I like the purp;e daisy & the hibiscus flower as well as the sunflower but would I use them? probably not.

  10. muriel gillis says:

    the sunflower they are all so pretty it is hard to chose.

  11. Rhonda B. says:

    This product is unique. I like the poppy.

  12. Susan Patterson says:

    I would love to get a set of these covers! They are a great idea! Thanks for the contest!

  13. christine holliday says:

    I like the green one that looks like a lily pad..what a great idea!

  14. love the sunflower,,, and they seems like a fabulous idea when taking a dish to a friends house,,,

  15. Karen says:

    This product is a great bonus and money saver for every kitchen

  16. janicour says:

    I love the sunflower. I would buy one.

  17. katydidit21 says:

    I love this idea! Cuts down on plastic wrap and is pretty and practical? The sunflower is my favourite.

  18. Shelley N says:

    I think the idea is great if you eat out on your back deck a lot. I always used to find that keeping the flies off of the food bowls while we went back in for more of the bowls was a challenge. We usually had to leave one of the family members at the table to shoo away the flies. We do not eat outside much anymore so not so useful for us but it is a great idea. I like the sunflower one -bright and cheery. I saw some of these in a store in St. Jacob’s -the store has gourmet food and kitchen items. They had lots of options.

  19. Anne Derkat says:

    I would go for the sunflower. Neat idea.

  20. Susan T. says:

    I think it’s a great idea. I hate plastic wrap so much and it hates me too! 🙂 This would save me a lot of frustration! I love the giant yellow sunflower one!

  21. Victoria Ess says:

    These would be so handy!

  22. Lisa says:

    The sunflower would go great with my kitchen theme. I am forever trying to find covers for things.

  23. Kelly H says:

    i love this idea! the lily pad is my favourite

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