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French Impressionist Note Cube

Price: $19.00 Now $9.95 Save 48%
Item: ADS6795
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
A painting worth a thousand words
This note cube features a reproduction of Berthe Morisot’s The Cage, a lovely French Impressionist oil from 1885 that makes a memorable impression on paper. All 900 sheets in this note cube serve as stick-ons, thanks to adhesive backing. A 1/2-inch diameter well holds a True Writer or most other pens, for a handy marriage of paper and pen. We created this cube in partnership with the National Museum of Women in the Arts where Morisot’s painting resides. A portion of your purchase supports the museum’s work.
  • Note cube with 900 adhesive-backed sheets
  • 1/2-inch diameter well holds a pen
  • Features a reproduction of Berthe Morisot’s painting The Cage from 1885
  • Morisot was a French Impressionist painter
  • A portion of sales benefits the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.
  • 3 3/8-inch square

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Thank you for doing good in the world of reading
When you purchase this Levenger Partnering for Good product, know that you're doing good in the world for readers. Through this program, we support the libraries, museums and other cherished institutions that nurture reading.
French Impressionist Note Cube 2.5 5 2 2
Lovely to look at This reallly is lovely - nice weight paper, pretty design, and the True Writer Impressionist roller ball fits in the hole (just in case you were wondering if it was just for the ballpoint). However, it came apart in two pieces when I was unwrapping it. I was so disappointed. My husband has rigged up a "fix" with some tape on the side that faces away from me, and we'll see how that works.. September 29, 2012
Note Cube disappoints This looked really pretty online, but as soon as I removed the plastic wrapper, it fell apart into three sections. I thought I could just use the sections separately, but the middle piece is so small that my pen falls out and the bottom one has no hole for the pen. (Before ordering, I checked similar products on Amazon and they all indicated that the hole didn't go all the way through, which is why I chose the Levenger cube.) Of course, the largest section leaves the pen protruding so that it will scratch my table. The only way I can get any use out of this is to stack all three pieces inside a cardboard box - hardly an attractive solution. For $19, there should have been a plastic or paper mache base to hold the cube together and protect my furniture. It's not worth paying the return shipping and fussing with the post office line, so i'll just use up the paper as best i can. This is a disappointing product. August 9, 2012
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