Best and only IT christmas tree I’ve ever seen. Link I would love to go to this post-it note show in LA! Tons of artists are selling post-it note art for $20 a piece. Info here What to do with all those mailing tubes –
These cubicle-inspired christmas decorations are from an LA Times article a few years ago. I’ve never thought of making stockings out of bubble wrap or sticking tacks into an apple or make a star out of paper cups or a post-it note garland(!).
I am not a spider person but this seems Halloween appropriate – get it at the Smithsonian Store This necklace is made with paper clips! Tutorial + the Kid Version I really like this font made with post-it notes found here This is the truth
I’m really liking this scissor hanger I saw on Yanko Design (this movie has a little scandal in it) Buy a cute school bag for your kid and they give one to another kid! Link Best way to use a desk organizer – fill a
How have I never thought of this before! I saw a picture of printed post-it notes on Pinterest and discovered the source of this idea on these two sites – Sugar Doodle and Inka Blinka. Basically, as I see it, there are two ways to
At first look, don’t they look like straws? They are actually post-it notes rolled up! This beautiful, colorful work with post-it notes is by artist Rebecca Murtaugh. We actually mentioned her in a post about post-it note art a few years ago. (Check out that
I will admit upfront that I don’t love going to museums and I’m always wondering how they choose what goes in there. (I do like to go to museums just not love. And I’m hoping to stay around an hour each time I go.) Somehow