Sunday, October 4, 2009

Notebook Tote Bag

Leah Hoffman at Quo Vadis Blog posted about a Notebook tote bag she found at Fish's Eddy, one of the truly unique New York City shopping experiences. As I was headed in that direction I stopped by and bought one, as well as a coffee mug with the same notebook design. The graph paper items are 50@ off, as are the very interesting beginner's writing paper series (which has an additional broken line between straight lines to learn the height of letters when writing).

Really lovely greens on this tyvek bag, different shades of olive. The sides of the bag show the Fish's Eddy logo and the beginner's writing paper style and graph paper style; all in all, quite nice. There are some really interesting heavy ceramic boards you can buy in graph, beginner's, or straight line styles that have holes punched on the side as if to fit into a three-ring binder. After trying to puzzle this out (carving board? pastry board?) the sales clerk explained they were for serving cheese. As they were also $24.95, I thought I'd pass. The tote is $3, the notepaper mug is substantially more, but I decided to splurge.

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