463 Eclectic Desk Accessories
Happy tape makes me happy in every way. The possibilities are endless. This colorful tape is great for labeling file folders and color coordinating. However, my favorite use of this tape is creating a colorful little gallery wall with photos that are waiting to be framed using only your photos and...
Japanese masking tape, also known as Washi tape, is a wonderfully versatile craft product. I cannot imagine life without it! Use it to embellish packages and envelopes, create collages, make labels, decorate vases, boxes, or picture frames — the possibilities are endless.
A decoupage, hand-blown pencil tray is a true work of art, but one that incorporates a vintage whale print is even better.
Here's a true general store staple that would work in any modern home. This paper cutter is made with a cast iron base and wooden top. It's the perfect old-school tool for the present wrapper who has a gift wrapping station at home.
Once you've stapled your paperwork with the shark stapler, you can undo it with this shark staple remover.
Spread some "crazy dog person" cheer to your office mates by affixing these milkbone-shaped paper clips to your TPS reports.
I like a little humor and whimsy in any room, and this camera tape dispenser adds the perfect touch of both.
Keep your stress levels low with this ugly and silly stress reliever. Give him a squeeze when that annoying client is bugging you on the phone, or when the TPS reports are due.
I like to use old-school pencils at home, and this vintage camera sharpener would be a cute way to keep them sharp and ready to use.
These cheeky file folders are a perfect place for everyday papers. I like file folders that don't have to be hidden away in a drawer.
This rabbit mouse pad is an easy way to add a splash of fun to a workspace. I love this little guy, and I know my kids would too.
Rabbit Mouse Pad
Don't forget the office. You'll never lose this red hole punch, which makes heart-shaped holes. Send one to your boss.
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