Obsessed with Instagram? D.C.-based brother/sister team Doug and Rachel Pfeffer created Stitchtagram to allow you to take your love of those funky photos to a whole new level. They'll take your favorite photos from your Instagram feed and print them onto a 15-inch linen-cotton pillowcase. These hand-sewn creations are made locally, show off your amazing artwork and make the perfect gifts for all the tech-lovers in your life. On sale now for $64 (normally $95) at stitchtagram.com.
Kick off the summer festival season with Vintage Virginia, where you'll meet 50 of the Old Dominion's finest vintners against the backdrop of an assortment of high-energy musical acts. This family-friendly festival will take place 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 2 – 3 at Bull Run Regional Park's Special Event Center in Centreville. Festival-goers can sample local wines, learn from the experts and dance to funk, jazz and bluegrass. Advance tickets are $25 ($30 the day of the event), with a discount for designated drivers. vintagevirginia.com
Yoga for Moms-To-Be
The Blooma Prenatal Yoga DVD is designed to foster physical and mental well-being for expecting moms as they prepare to bring new life into the world. Led by Sarah Longacre, doula and owner of Blooma yoga studio, this hour-long all-levels yoga practice is designed for moms who have limited time and energy for out-of-home exercise. The DVD also includes five birth videos, on-the-go yoga mp3s and PDFs of labor tips and birth resources. An all-around prenatal package can be yours for $25 on amazon.com.
Check in on Fido
Whether you've got a cat who loves to run past you as you open the front door or want to check in on your dog walker, the Tagg pet tracking system can let you rest a little easier when it comes to your furry friend. This GPS tracking device clips onto your dog or cat's collar, alerting you by email or text message when your pet wanders outside a user-designated safe area. Get yours for $90 (service is $8 after the first month) at Tagg.com or Target.
If you're a momma, odds are your gadgets are riddled with tiny fingerprints, smudges and perhaps even a bit of yesterday's lunch. But did you know that research suggests your cell phone, tablet, keyboard or mouse could be dirtier than a toilet seat? Well-Kept screen-cleansing towelettes clean the surfaces of a variety of electronics and lenses. The cute, sustainable and compact package slips into your purse or diaper bag for whatever messes you need to tackle on the go. Get a 15-count pack for $5 at staywellkept.com.