I remember at Uni when I was doing my dissertation, how hard it was to keep papers in order and together.
As my essay got longer, it took longer and longer to thread the traditional treasury tag through and if I had to go and add a page somewhere, it was a nightmare.
Thankfully, it wasn’t just me who thought this. Last year, T-Tag Treasury Tags were launched.
The T-Tag treasury tag is a modern, colourful version of the classic treasury tag. It is designed to look better and work better and, with the bright colours, they really are pleasing on the eye.
They are easier to insert, can take much more paper than the older style treasury tag, they can be shredded without ruining the machine and, they are much more pleasing on the eye.
Apparently, the name treasury tag came from the HM Treasury who must use loads of them with their really thick documentation,
I love a good idea and the T-Tag Treasury Tag really is one.
More versatile than traditional treasury tags in that, for example, they’ve been used by crafters as knit and stitch markers and to keep craft materials and household items organised, in the events/conference arena and to bind a fashion show exhibition guide by the London College of Fashion-so they’re not just useful, they’re on trend.
I am actually looking forward to doing farm paperwork now.
With it being National Stationary Week, the lovely people at T-Tag got in touch to see if I would like to give some T-Tags away as a competition and I knew you would all like to try them.
I have a lovely bundle of T-tags to give to one lucky winner-that is one pack of each colour in each size.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is fill in the Rafflecopter below.
*We were sent the T-Tag treasury tags for the purpose of this review but all opinions are my own.