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Best of Office Weekly Roundup #170

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I was late to the Marc Johns Highlighter Kids party. He published this series to his blog waaay back in 2010, but gosh are they appropriate for Shoplet’s weekly roundup.  I love the weirdly adorable effect of the kids’ deadpan expressions mingled with their bright, playful neon attire.

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Found on Etsy, this handmade lap top satchel by Etoidesign will cheer up your wintertime work or school commute blues.

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Also by Etoidesign on Etsy, this iPad mini case is just so cute!  These will make great gifts for the holiday season, too.

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Like these cup covers? Contact CreativeImaginings through her Etsy and she will personally sew one for you! These are great for any teacher or home office.

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With chipper patterned washi tape, Megan from Honeywerehome made her bathroom look so pretty!

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Erland of Morning Creativity introduces the Porcelain Painter. Now you can decorate your break room coffee mugs!

 

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5 meeting alternatives to coffee dates…because you can get a mani pedi AND discuss business at the same time, right? Via Marie Claire.

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Helen Musselwhite’s paper collages are AMAZING.

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Inc. magazine found this thoracic bridge stretch to help us hunchers improve our posture! This stretch looks totally simple & easy– it takes only 30 seconds to complete!

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According to The Art of Doing Stuff, you can resurrect a “dried out” Sharpie by dipping its tip into a cap filled with rubbing alcohol. Check it out here.

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Ana-Rosa of My-Lifebox teaches us how to make paper origami Christmas trees. Even more explicitly, set to the background tunes of Mogwai (great music taste!), she also provides us a Vimeo video tutorial to ensure that we make these trees juuust right!

 

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