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Office Stationery Items That You Should Have In Your Collection

‘Where are the paper clips?!’ ‘We’re out of staple pins!’ ‘Oh no, I forgot about the meeting in the morning!’ Stop and think for a while. How frequently have you heard these kinds of complaints? The answer is most likely to be ‘very frequent’. These very typical mishaps can be solved with a little beforehand preparation of office stationery items. This […]

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Watercolor on Wood: Step by Step Guideline For Beginners

​​​​​A watercolor surface is an important area to analyze for the painters before starting a project. The surface – be it wood or of any other form or material – has some key factors which must be considered before beginning; absorbency, color, and stability. An ideal amount of absorbency implies that how much paint will sit […]

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How To Thin Acrylic Paint In Different Ways?

Painters express their emotions and concepts through painting. They use shapes, colours, tones, lines and textures as an element to generate movement, light and space on a flat two-dimensional surface. In the late 19th century, a new type of paint by the name Acrylic was introduced. It enables the artist to control the texture, appearance and […]

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Crosscut vs. Micro-Cut Paper Shredder – Detailed Comparison

​Think your documents are truly destroyed? Think again. In 2015, the second most common complaint that the Federal Trade Commission is also known as FTC received was “Identity Theft.” Unfortunately, this problem of stealing identity info isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. In fact, it is a major problem at this moment. It’s not like consumers […]

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Becoming a T-Shirt Designer: Where and How to Start?

​Ever since I was a teenager, I have loved quirky T-shirts with witty slogans or striking graphics. Over the 20 years that have passed since I started collecting Ts, the market has grown exponentially with new designs emerging from every corner. I have managed to collect some great quirky pieces, but I’ve also seen a lot of […]

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