Blueline is out with a new product line. DoodlePlan Academic Colouring Desk Pads are a fun way to incorporate coloring and a calendar in one product.
Blueline is a Canadian-owned company that manufactures and distributes superior quality office products specifically designed to help you be more efficient in your day-to-day life.
The companies vision is: “We want to be recognized on a worldwide scale as being the most important creators, makers, distributors of paper products with added value for diaries and calendars, note products, business forms and accounting supplies.”
Blueline DoodlePlan Calendars make being organized fun.
If you visit my blog a lot you’ll know I love adult coloring. It’s fun and a great stress relief. Everyone needs a calendar to stay organized and remember important appointments we have.
The DoodlePlan line not only keeps you on track but it let’s you be creative by allowing you to color in the design yourself. The botanica design alternating every month. There are 3 sizes to choose from. 22 x 17, 17 3/4 x 10 7/8 and 11 x 8 1/2.
Blueline helps protect our environment with these calendars.
All of the calendars are made from 50% recycled paper. This helps the environment. Another way the company helps the environment is using a vegetable oil based ink.
The calendars run from August 2016 to July 2017. These would be great for a student to remember tests and assignments. The large and medium sizes have vinyl corners. The small size can easily fit into a 3 ring binder. It even has holes already bunched into the chipboard reinforced backing.
I don’t know about you but when I’m on hold on the phone, I tend to doodle. Now you can sit and color in your pretty calendar when on the phone. Another great idea is let your children color the calendar in for you. When you are working at your desk, you’ll see your child’s art work.
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