CAPTION: Picture 1, Smells good: bottled flower waters are natural extracts. $5 each at Crabtree & Evelyn, 1101 Connecticut Ave. NW.; Picture 2, From ABC to XYZ: verses and illustrations by Edmund Dulac grace this address book. $9.95 at Rizzoli, 1055 Thomas Jefferson St. NW.; Picture 3, Open and shut: pop open a Popsite and the monuments will be at your feet. Complete with envelope for mailing. $6.95 at Small Images, 3207 O. St. NW.; Picture 4, Toasty warm muffs: these muffins, two to a package, will keep any couple warm. $10 at Bloomingdale's; Picture 5, Daytripper: a nylon back pack that opens to 24 inches by 17 inches. Orange, blue or green. $3.99 at Sunny's Surplus.; Picture 6, Space savers: sponges from France swell to full size when wetted. $5 at Williams-Sonoma, Mazza Gallerie.; Picture 7, Let it rain on your parade: stay dry under this treated Chinese parasol. $4.99 at Wang's Co., 800 Seventh St. NW.; Picture 8, Porky and Sylvester: pins to make you the cat's meow or the pig's oink. $4 at Smull's, 1606 20th St. NW.; Picture 9, Write on: Italian note pads and a pencil that writes in a rainbow of colors. $1.25 and 40 cents at The Written Word, 1365 Connecticut Ave. NW.; Picture 10, Warm all under: thermal cotton shirts keep you colorful. Choose from a spectrum of shades at $9.99 each from John Henry of Georgetown. 2601 P. St. NW.; Picture 11, Panama hat: wear it or hang it on the wall. From Ghana. $9.50 at The Artifactory, 641 Indiana Ave. NW.; Picture 12, Grater power: for grating ginger or other stuff. Bamboo, it's $2.50 at Georgetown Coffee, Tea and Spice, 1328 Wisconsin Ave. NW.; Picture 13, Monster madness: this three-foot blue Godzilla looks scary, but he won't bite. Blow him up and see what we mean. $8 at The Body Scenter, 1618 Wisconsin Ave. NW.; Picture 14, Go to the head of the class: paint this rugged chair and desk set from the good ol' days. $3.99 each at Sunny's Surplus.; Picture 15, Who stole the cookies: non-fattening cases for makeup or anything. $1 each, Campus Books Inc., 929 E St. NW.; Picture 16, Pocket this clown: he'll play his music box for you. $4.98 at The Red Balloon, 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW.; Picture 17, Perfect and porcelain: fill one of these mugs by Ikuzi Teraki: $8, $9 and $10, at The American Hand, 2904 M St. NW.; Picture 18, House pet: capture your animals but bring them back alive with this better trap. $5.95 at Campus Books Inc, 929 E St. NW.; Picture 19, Dutch delight: a classic favorite from Holland, this chocolate orange will delight any chocoholic. $5.20 at The American Cafe and many other stores. Photographs by Max Hirshfeld