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Posted by on Jul 6, 2010 in DIY, Green Stuff, Guest Blog, Tutorials | 2 comments

Guest Blog: Office Eco-Post by Katya the intern

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Katya the Intern again with part 2 of my Eco-home tips & tutorials series (here’s part 1). I will be adding new posts to this series about every 2 weeks, all summer long!

Lately, I’ve been cleaning out things and revamping my desk/craft area. It helps to create a much more pleasant working experience when everything is organized. Plus, you can recycle all the junk you find in the back of your desk drawers (you know you have some!) Good for the Earth, good for your organizational sanity.

Another bonus is that rather then paying for all new notepads and desk organizers, you can dig around your house and find plenty of things to use to herd your pens, pencils and papers. By using the ‘trash’ around your house, you are helping to keep our landfills a little emptier, your wallet a little fuller and your life a little more organized.

I’ve put together a few tips, tutorials and finds to get you started on the process. Everything here is meant either to tidy up or cute up your workspace.

green office goodies

1. Recycled soda bottle organizer from Craftzine
2. Recycled tin message board from Design*Sponge
3. Cardboard cord holders from Sei Lifestyle
4. Recycled notepads from Paper n Stitch

green office goodies

5. Fabric tape from Annekata
6. Recycled woven notebook from CraftStylish
7. Tree bark pen holder by Martha Stewart
8. Coffee can cubbies from Leethal Blog

green office goodies

9. Cardboard box notepads from Craftypod
10. Security paper business card holders from Crafting a Green World
11. Recycled cork containers from Paper ‘n Stitch

2 Comments

  1. I love Katya’s craft roundups! They are fantastic!

  2. Wow! Thank you so much, Katya! This is a super inspiring roundup, and I was beyond thrilled to see three of my projects in it. Many thanks for the lovely shout-out, which has made my whole day.

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