MOM MEMO PAD BOXES
Here's my CardClever little plastic boxes 4-1/2" x 2-1/4" x 1" hold note paper - and dispense one sheet at a time as you open and close the cover. The clear red box is labeled "Mom". They work even better with business cards, so they make great little gifts if Mom has her own cards. We'll send you a bag of (3) with each order.
These are very nice 48-page, 5” x 7” cardboard-bound notebooks with themes and some unobtrusive notes/formats that will be easy to ignore if you’re not a Starship captain, artist or astronomer. You pick: the United Federation Captain’s log has a date/location entry on each lined page and fold-out info on the back cover, like a warp-speed conversion table; the Artist’s notebook has unlined ecru pages with an assortment of frame styles as borders and fold-out shading, perspective and composition info on the back cover; the Stargazer’s notebook has 1/4” rules plus a lightly printed 3-1/4” dia circle with 30-degree markings to chart the sky, plus a fold-out back cover with an astrolabe and constellation chart.
This whimsical pack of (30) postcards measures, unsurprisingly, post-card size 5-3/4" x 3-15/16", with non-duplicating images of gravy and bacon, Nikola Tesla, narwhals, spontaneous human combustion, boxing kangaroos, infinity and taxidermy, among many others of that ilk. Those ilks. Whatever--just buy 'em and stop asking so many questions. Blurbs on the back.
What we have here are 96-sheet, white genuine Post-It note pads, 4” wide x just shy of 3” tall with adhesive strips on the top edge. Plus, for mysterious reasons, the samples we received have letters or names (mostly girl names) strung across the top margin in pink, blue or green. Just ignore them and play a little Post-It note roulette. We'll stick our hand in the over-sized box and pull out 10. That’s why they call it surplus and that is why genuine Post-It notes are this cheap.
Like Martha Stewart if you poured honey all over her. Also like these little 4-1/4” x 3-1/4” hardbound books of art-themed sticky notes honoring Bob (The Joy of Painting) Ross. The approx (240) notes are in large and small sizes with Bob, his easel or landscape scenes like the ones he painted.
But cheap. Just the thing for anyone interested in life off our home planet. You pick from our 5” x 3-1/2” (passport size) 50-page notebooks. The Moon Passport has blank, ruled pages with a small moon phase in the corners plus a bonus fold-out lunar map and chart; and the Mars Passport has blank pages with 3/16” square grids and some fun Martian facts on the inside back cover. And no, sadly, they are not yet approved for actual space travel.
Sure, measure twice, cut once, but what the master craftspeople don’t tell you is to record those measurements. This handy set is ideal for the woodworking lumbersmith in your life. The Woodworker’s Shop Journal is filled with (100) pages of ¼” grids to record and plan your plank projects. There’s also more than (20) pages of reference material like charts, lumber specs, tool guides and checklists for your woodworking edification. With a journal this thorough, you’ll need a writing implement that can keep up, so we’re including our very own amazing 9-way ruler-driver-stylus pen tool. It includes (4) different rulers, a bubble level, Phillips and slotted drivers and more. Who woodn’t like a set like this?
Undated, universal calendar has (50) month-long sheets, so it's good almost until your brand new car's paid for. Stick it on the fridge with the strip magnet on the back. Sheets are 8" x 6" with a 5-week x 7-day matrix that you fill in. In two shades of blue with orange highlights.
Our tactical twofer is a 6” long x 1/2” dia. aluminum body ball-point pen with black ink, with an automobile window breaker at the other end. In gun-metal gray, as befits things tactical, with a pocket clip on the flat-top cap. Escape from your car, then write us a thank you note.
From our selection of things you didn’t know you needed until you saw them, these 32-sheet notebooks have lightly ruled pages that are 8-1/4” x 5-3/4”. Open them up and place the center crease on your nose, however, and they turn into a mask. You pick the Gas Mask notebook, with eye holes; the Zombie mask, ditto; or the pink Pig mask, that you just look over the top of. Perfect for adding a little something to Monday morning meetings.
About the size of a iPad mini at 5” x 7”, but 70 times cheaper and without the need to recharge it every night, this annual planner/datebook is year-agnostic--you add the actual dates. Has (80) pages with (12) month tabs and space up front for personal info. Includes both week- and month-at-a-glance formats. Oversized ring binder, black cover, and two-tone gray pages. Useful, classic, timeless and priced right.