Mark's Tokyo Edge is a Japanese brand - no stranger to Bureau customers. I would even go as far as calling it a classic :)
Designed and made in Japan, the Mark’s stationery places an emphasis not only on contemporary clean design but also on added functionality. Mark's Storage.it notebooks are a hit all year around, diaries season is blooming too, but today I want to talk about something else :) A very small piece of stationery which is so helpful that it deserves it's own blog post. Mark's Travelife Turnclips...
There many uses for the clips, we found 8 creative and practical ways in which you can use Mark's Travelife Turnclips which you may or may not know about :)
1. Clip is a clip
Mark’s Travelife Turn Clips come in pack of 10 with 2 sizes and each size is numbered 1 to 5. They make perfect bookmarks, dividers and memo holders. I tend to use larger size for filing and smaller size for bullet journals. Ordinary application, I know – that’s why I love using some washi tape on these clips to make them my own.
2. Use with Buckle files as clipboard
Buckle files are my go to for carrying pads, loose sheets of paper, calligraphy printouts etc. I am currently doing handwriting drills and this one clip means that I can get them done anywhere.
3. Make a pencil loop
Always forgetting to take your writing tools with you? Clip to the inside cover and slide a pencil snuggly through the gap. Turn clips are probably too small for pens, but if your pen has a clip you can slot that in.
4. Use as a mini picture holder
Smaller photos, business cards and postcards can easily sit on your desk with this minimalist holder. Perfect for reminders too.
5. Cable organizer
Another category where Turn Clips and Washi tape team up. This works great, no more crawling under the desk trying to find the right cable. If the cable connection is too big to fit through the arms of the Turn clips you can just take them off, insert the cable and re-install again. After you are done, tag them with Washi tape to remind yourself what is what.
6. Headphones tidy
One of the best hacks :) No more frustrating headphone tangles.
7. Keeping those crisps fresh
Super useful in the kitchen. Fold the packet, clip it, done. Works for multiple packets too.
8. Fidget toy
There is something very satisfying about turning these clips and the sound the moving parts make...
So that’s it, eight interesting ways in which you can use Mark's Travelife Turnclips. Although I'm sure there are many more out there.
Let us know your own cool hacks in the comments (^_~)