Extreme Office Crafts
I went through a brief phase where every time someone left me unattended in an office I drew a teeny, tiny phallic doodad somewhere on their calendar. But I've grown up a lot since last year so I welcome the new material offered by this book. "Relieve cubicle hell with sticky note mosaics or a privacy “curtain” made from key rings and ID tags. Deem yourself Employee of the Month, and craft a glittering crown embellished with colored paper clips and highlighters. Help pass the afternoon with a game of “Boss Phrase Bingo.” From beauty pickups (a correction fluid manicure) to novel ways to get even with an evil co-worker, Extreme Office Crafts is full of fabulous activities that could be considered brilliant exercises of whimsy (or grounds for termination). Tongue-in-cheek, on-location office photography will have readers lol-ing . . . out loud. "
Comes in various semi-translucent colours, Staple Free Stapler will not make you face any of the misery of using a normal stapler (i.e.: all the frustration of having to load the stapler in an emergency situation, the prickings of... Comes in various semi-translucent colours, Staple Free Stapler will not make you face any of the misery of using a normal stapler (i.e.: all the frustration of having to load the stapler in an emergency situation, the prickings of your fingers, etc.) because it is safe to be used for all ages (and level of klutziness). Using the Staple Free Stapler is easy, you just have to firmly press its wide top as it sits flat upon a tabletop. The only thing that is different is that the paper should be slid out of the stapler to the right. This is due to the mechanism of the stapler that punched the paper, folded back and then tucked into the hole, creating a staple-less bond between the pages. P/S: This stapler is only able to staple up to 5 pages of papers. Anymore than that you’d have to use… a stapler.
Makes co-workers think twice about stealing your pen.