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best of office weekend roundup 59

I don’t have a child or an iPad but I would totally do this binder clip lock idea if I had both on Makezine Aren’t these paper cups the cutest? They might be cuter than those white ones you have at the office. Get them

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restoration hardware for your home office

Restoration Hardware intimidates me a little bit because it’s very expensive and kind of looks like it’s for rich people. (Although one time we bought towels there on sale!) They have some really cool tools & gadgets and I’m kind of eyeing that fisher space

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Office Supplies Color Match V.8

This week’s color match will totally change the way you look at a printer ink cartridge. Evelin Kasikov imitates a printer when she embroiders and the results are amazing. This is what she says about it – “CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black=key) is a colour

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international arrivals office supplies

I remember the days when a paper clip looked like a paper clip. Am I right? Maybe I just lived a sheltered, sad life. There are so many crazy cool paper clips on International Arrivals (among other cool stuff.) I also couldn’t resist sharing these

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hach office supplies

So many beautiful beautiful things! I feel so happy that so many amazing designers choose to design office and school supplies. Hach is a store in Vancouver, Canada that specializes in hard-to-get items from Korea, Japan, and North American designers. I hope to go to

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DIGS office supplies

DIGS has a brick and mortar store just north of Seattle, Washington and, thank goodness, they have an online shop too! I was browsing along kind of liking different things until I found the fish tank bookends! I would really like to have those. (Sometimes

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Office Supplies Color Match v.6

I thought it would be fun to challenge myself for these next few color matches and try to do them using items at my house. I love old books and old book covers and this first one actually belonged to my great-grandpa. The second one,