I recently had the pleasure of attending the New York Post’s annual Christmas party, where the guests were all wearing stationery.
I love it.
In fact, I’m going to be wearing stationer hats for Christmas this year, which means it’s time to get some stationery in the mail!
I’m going on a first-of-its-kind Christmas-themed visit to New York City this year and decided to get a bunch of stationery for my desk and a few of my friends desks, and I’m planning to hang it on our wall.
That’s when I started to get all over the place.
But this is just my personal take on stationery and not something I’ve seen elsewhere.
For example, my friend Ben from Brooklyn has a desk with a stationer that is made from reclaimed paper from the back of a cardboard box.
He told me that this particular one is a bit of a challenge because of its size.
“I’m not really a big fan of small things,” Ben told me.
“But I’m really excited about this thing.”
Ben is also a fan of a stationery made with recycled paper from cardboard boxes.
He told me, “It’s the first stationery I ever bought and it is beautiful.
I would never buy anything like it again.”
So what do I do with it?
Ben said that he’s not quite sure how to put it all together yet, but that he’ll keep adding more stations until it’s perfect.
I’m thinking of adding more stationer molds and a new stand for the little buttons that are hanging from the corner of his desk.
The stationer’s already a hit.
I was amazed at how many people I met who said that they were wearing the stationer in their own offices.
Ben told me he plans to get one for his desk, and he’ll be sure to share more photos of his favorite stationer on Instagram.
Here’s one of Ben’s stationer for sale.
As Ben told us, this stationer is from a cardboard, reclaimed paper box.
It has a nice soft feel to it, which is nice to wear and that you can hang it up.
And here’s one more photo of Ben holding the stationers that are on display in his office.
Oh, and you can find some of Ben and I’s other stationer creations on our Pinterest board.