Dino-love

I’ve loved dinosaurs since my friends and I scared ourselves senseless watching Jurassic Park for my 10th birthday (the doorbell rang during the scene in the kitchen – there was screaming), and am always on the look out for a good dino accessories that aren’t for 4 year old boys.

These tiny dinosaur earrings seem a good place to dip your toe into jurassic jewellery. You get a triceratops and a brachiosaurus hung on gold-plated posts, and I think they’re adorable (clearly I wouldn’t say this to their faces, the triceratops looks stern).

normal_lost worldThey’re £11.95 from NotontheHighStreet, which is a highly addictive site and I urge you not to visit unless armed with lots of time and no access to your credit card.

I’d like to say that I love all dinosaurs equally but I’d be lying. Triceratopses (really, that’s a word, apparently) are where it’s at. This foldy little fellow has been on my lust-radar for some time and might finally make it to my Christmas list this year.

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He’s a £117 from Boticca and although he’s spendy, he’ll last a lot longer than most origami. Just be careful of those horns…

If you’d rather have a dinosaur on your wall than about your person, this awesome print is here to help. Not only is it a dinosaur, it’s a robot (almost)!

normal_mechanical-t-rex-printI haven’t shown you the triceratops, partly in the interests of impartiality and partly because LOOK AT HIS TINY ARMS. This T-Rex looks thoroughly pissed off at being stuck on a pink background, which just adds to his charm. Other colours/dinosaurs are available but none have arms this silly. He’s £29.50, again from Notonthehighstreet. Told you it was dangerous.

Maybe the real reason that the teeny-armed beast is grumpy is because someone has stolen his drink, and by someone I mean this guy. He’s pink but he has tea so he’s much happier. He might still look scary but inside he’s thrilled.

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He’s £9.95 from To Dry For, which has loads of great designs. Tea Towels might sounds like an odd present but who wouldn’t want a Bear Hug when they’d done the washing up?

Finally, your feet need some dino action too, which is where these beauties come in.

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They’re not going to keep you terribly warm over the winter but they will make you smile/warm your heart etc etc. which is in no way almost the same thing. They’re £8 for three different pairs from Asos.

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