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A Folder for Winners

Back in the day, Pee-Chee folders were the No. 1 way to carry around loose paper. They were cheap, full of pockets and contained useful information about the weights and measurements. They didn’t last long, but at less than $1 each it was easy to replace them on a whim.

In 2011, we’ve come a long way from paper folders. Now it’s all about leather:

You gotta love its look: simple, sleek and full of cute pockets. Quatro Gats is an expert leather craftmaker and their designs are one of a kind. The folder works either as a book cover or as a place to stuff all your awesome stationary goods when you’re on the go.

They come in an assortment of cute color combinations that bring out school spirit anywhere. Even in the working world, it’s the kind of folder that’ll impress employers at job interviews as you take out your awe-inspiring resume. You’ll amaze them with your keen sense of style. You might even get the job!

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July 26, 2011 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

Crazy About Stationary

Cute, fancy stationary and stationary accessories are very popular in Japan. Lots of kids collect erasers shaped like food or cartoon animals, and adults are also on the lookout for the latest variations on home and office gear, like see-through fountain pens that show you exactly how much ink you have left. Pencil cases and watercolor sets make great gifts as well.

Jet Pens has a series of colorful, mini-ball point pens that clip like clothespins onto your notebook. I’m always shoving my pens into the spiral and getting them stuck there, so this is probably number one on my to-buy list.

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I also like the correction-tape pens that come in different sizes, including one for your keychain. It’s like a hipper version of white out, perfect for quick fixes.

The cutest items by far are the novelty erasers, which seriously look good enough to eat. To my slight embarrassment, the “American food” category consists of donuts, cakes, shakes, French fries and burgers. You may feel healthier using tiny erasers shaped like sushi, tempura, gyoza, onigiri rice triangles, dim sum, and even bowls of noodles!

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Eraser Crazy features every eraser shape imaginable: little dinosaurs, motorcycles, lipstick, puppies, pandas, hamsters and more. No wonder kids collect them – they’re far too adorable to actually use…

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Sarah S.

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