Maybe it’s because I just got back from a trip and my brain feels kind of melty, but this is some of the most ridiculous office supply art I’ve ever seen. Why am I sharing it with you? I shouldn’t be. Don’t waste your time.
Saw this unreal DIY on Design Sponge from Designer David Spark. Here’s what you do: I plan the image by measuring it out old-school. A piece of graph paper is fast and easy, each square representing one Post-it note or a fraction of one Post-It.
I love doodles and doodling. And sketching. Sadly, my little doodles and sketches always turn into flowers or diamonds or something generic. I have so much respect for those who can sketch something or draw something exactly just for fun. I discovered these stickies on
What should you technically be doing on a Friday morning at work? Nothing I say. You should be eating chocolate and reading blogs. Sadly, work doesn’t really work like that. Maybe you can take a few minutes to try out this great game. The Post-it
Some days I just get obsessed with certain items. I don’t know how it happens. I guess I see one amazing look product picture and I just keep noticing more and more attractive products in that category. Anyways, these Staedtler Highlighters are definitely drool-worthy. I
I like how you can see an idea on one blog and another blog and another blog. It’s not necessarily the same idea but a similar idea inspired by the first idea. Not that we got that explanation over with, I have been in love
While browsing our site, I came across a stapler by Stanley Bostitch with the color “celery.” Stanley Bostitch is a pretty tough and manly brand and to have a stapler with the color celery seems almost humiliating. Anyways, that sparked my interest for wondering what