Archive for May, 2010

Sheet protectors are everywhere!

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Poly sheet protectors here, vinyl sheet protectors there…. everywhere I turn that are sheet protectors! And that is not a bad thing!

In the year and a half since this blog was started, you may have noticed my penchant for organization. No matter what I am doing and the many projects I work on (professionally and personally), the one organizational product I always go back to is the sheet protector.

Why? Because it is such a very varied product (yes, that small alliteration was intended). Check out some examples of how the page protectors are used while…

Hello my name is badges keep summer parties fun and stress-free

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

With the summer event season coming up, I have a suggestion to make one aspect of the party planning less stressful – hello my name is badges. That’s right, cross one thing off your to-do list and let guests create their own name tags.

Job ticket holder doubles as a sign holder

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

While in downtown Chicago this past weekend, my husband and I stopped in a coffee shop for a beverage. It was cold and windy and we needed a hot drink to warm us up. And low and behold, guess what was holding their “thank for your stopping by” sign that bid patrons farewell as they exited the building?

None other than a C-Line job ticket holder! We were surprised, elated and, of course, took a picture of the product in action! Check it out below!

job ticket holder being used to hold a customer sign
Here is the photo of the stitched vinyl holder doubling as a sign holder.
cli46911 job ticket holder
Here is a closeup of our product logo.


How to use a laminating film folder

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Have you ever used one of my most favorite (yes, I know that isn’t proper grammar) products, the Quick Cover? Do you know what it is? No? Well, let me know explain.

The Quick Cover is a laminating folder or holder or pocket or whatever you would like to call it. It allows you to easily laminate a letter size piece of paper and create professional-looking documents in a snap. The front is super heavyweight clear plastic, while the back is Cleer Adheer laminating film. On one of the long sides, the plastics are already adhered together when you receive the product. All you have to do it insert the paper, pull off the liner and press the two plastic together.