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Topic: All work and no play. Urgent help needed.  (Read 504 times)
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« on: January 15, 2011 04:55:25 AM »

So I have very little time to get my brainstorm on but hoped that some of you might come to my rescue.
Basically, I want to make up a box that represents 'Work' and then 'Play' for my flatmates birthday.
The budget is limited sadly.

The work section would essentially be a 'library essentials' kit for uni capers.
Any ideas would be appreciated there.

The play section is a bit more open-ended. Not sure which path to go down.

HELP. Please help.

Cheesy
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Confuzzle
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2011 06:30:04 AM »

Do you have a spare shoebox, and a bit of cardboard or posterboard to split it in two?

Library side: a small notebook with a pocket on the front to hold the library card/student ID, a couple of pens/pencils (for taking notes from books), some bookmarks, or sticky note tabs, maybe a handful of snacks (if food and drink is allowed in your library)

Play side: depends on what your flatmate likes, doesn't it?
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