Recently, during a visit to my cousin’s house, I came across a C-Line product. Upon entering her son’s room, I braced myself for the sight of hundreds of his sports trading cards scattered all over his floor. To my amazement his room was the cleanest I’d ever seen.
Archive for the ‘Specialty Holders’ Category
Often times, our customers look to us to make suggestions on how to use our items. Whether they need help for a particular situation or just want more information on how to best use a product, we at C-Line are happy to guide them in the right direction!
Here is a recent question we received from a customer.
Ready or not —- the New Year is on its way! Before 2014 gets here, C-Line would like to spend some time reflecting on some of our favorite blogs. We coordinated with staff members to select the top ten blogs of 2013. Some posts are creative, while others provide insight on some ways our products can be used.
Here is a look back on some of C-Line’s most memorable blogs this year!
School is back in session, which means it is time for kids to put their new school supplies to work. Beyond buying the traditional items for school, there may be some new items that can even help with study habits.
A C-Line customer sent us an image below of one of our most popular educational items being used at her child’s summer camp.
C-Line may be known best for their sheet protectors, but there are many other specialty holders that serve a unique purpose. The business card holders are one of C-Line’s specialty items that are designed specifically for storing contact information.
Since the holders are three-hole punched, it allows individuals to create their own contact binder with business associates and vendor information. Although this is the typical use of the product, one of our employees discovered a different, yet beneficial use of the Business Card Holders.
Enjoy our Guest blog post!
As you know, dry erase pockets are a wonderful tool for studying, but I’ve found a new way to incorporate them around the home – as a packing list!
Last year, my family purchased a recreational home for use by all of the family members. My husband and I use it as a weekend getaway, since it is a short 75 minute drive door-to-door. We leave a lot of things at the weekend house, so that we don’t have pack them every time; things like shampoo, conditioner, toothbrushes, etc. But, there are some things that we just don’t have “two” of and need to bring back and forth with each trip.
The season of travel is upon us. With thousands of people traveling to visit relatives for the holidays, it can make for a particularly hectic time to travel. Many people like to be as prepared as possible in order to eliminate any delays or mishaps during their commute.
While C-Line’s products are typically used in office settings, many items are especially useful when flying. Whether you are looking for ways to contain liquids or store valuables in your bag, several products can help make you more prepared when traveling.
While thinking about ideas for this week’s blogs, I started noticing so many of C-Line products being used throughout the office. So this week, here is a look at how we, here at C-Line, use our own products!
Giving gifts can sometimes be a stressful process, especially if that particular person is hard to shop for. Recently, a family member celebrated a birthday, and in order to avoid contemplating what to buy, I decided to make a scrapbook. Even though it is more time consuming then purchasing something at a store, I figured it added a personal touch that anyone could appreciate.
Gathering digital and printed photos was the first thing I did. This allowed me to decide how I was going to layout the images throughout the book. It also enabled me to account for the space that would be needed.
This past weekend, I spent the majority of my time doing major reorganization of my kitchen. My goal was to free up some space by being smarter about how things were stored. One way I planned to accomplish this was by using small rubber containers to store many random items that would otherwise end up floating in a drawer.
I used several containers to store things like medicine, office supplies and extra napkins. Since these items were not typically used on a day-to-day basis, they were able to be stored in the higher shelf of the cabinet.