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Description - Who Took All the Paperclips? by Rachel Rifat

"Who took all of the Paperclips" provides alternative, edgy, and revolutionary ideas on how to make clever retro-chic crafts out of basic office supplies.Aside from water cooler gossip and tea breaks there hasn't been much about the typical office job to inspire anything except corporate drudgery...until now! "Who Took all the Paperclips" is the perfect solution to transform disgruntled employee behavior into ultimate creativity!With this fully illustrated, uniquely resourceful, step-by-step idea book, workers can create clever retro-chic crafts out of the most basic office supplies, everything from pencil shavings, paperclips and packing tape to bubble wrap and business cards. Projects include: a mirrored mosaic computer monitor frame utilizing reclaimed CDs; Paper Mache created from toilet seat covers; a greenhouse made with overhead transparencies and coffee stirrers; a harmonious Zen garden created from coffee grounds; a 'Voodoo Boss' doll formed from a mouse pad; and, much more!

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780762432585
ISBN-10: 0762432586
Format: Hardback
(229mm x 153mm x mm)
Pages: 136
Imprint: Running Press,U.S.
Publisher: Running Press
Publish Date: 2-Oct-2008
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Rachel Rifat

Rachel Rifat was born in Canada but she was raised in San Diego, California. She worked the Southern California corporate life where she became captivated by politics, hypocrisy, little man syndrome, and the supply room. She currently lives in Hollywood.