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23 de nov de 2011

Origami Sticky Notes





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Turn your old notes into 3-D paper models

Origami is a Japanese art which is practiced to create a representation of an object using paper folding and crease patterns typically without using glue or cutting the paper. Now you can practice origami in the office and make use of all the old sticky notes you have plastered to your desk.

These Origami Sticky Notes provide something fun for those dull moments at the office. You can now re-cycle your old sticky notes and turn them in to paper 3-D models. Each pad has printed instructions on each sheet for 10 different origami shapes. From UK-based design company Suck UK. Dimensions are 75 x 75mm, there are 100 sheets per pad.

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Made in http://www.thinkgeek.com/interests/stocking-stuffers/b21b/

 
$4,99

14 comentários:

Lizardmannnn disse...

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Sub-Radar-Mike disse...

These are so clever! Great price too.

Pat Hatt disse...

haha that is surely a neat idea

R.gers disse...

That's great, execpt I think I would be spending more time making Origami than working.

JDC disse...

Actually I did this was my regular sticky notes...back in the days when I had a job.

Natural One disse...

Happy Thanksgiving!

My 2 Pesos disse...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Interwebs Fails disse...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Lord Phrozen disse...

How awesome is it to leave a note in the shape of a crane? FUCKIN' AWESOME!!!

Simon black disse...

Nice idea, don't know if it's really that useful but looks fun. :)

Jazz bazooka disse...

finally something to do with them, great idea

Reilly disse...

haha awesome

Lexsa disse...

How can you be so eggheaded

RoR disse...

Now you can leave meta notes! Some ideas:
"I'm pregnant" on a crane/stork
"You're fat" on a pig
"You're a coward" on a chicken

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