Introduction: Incredible Binder Clips

Just irritated by all tangled wires on desk wanted something to fix it or just bore to work on Monday mornings here are some of the innovative stuff that you can do from Clips :

Step 1: Smart Phone Stand

There are almost hundreds of ways to do smart phone stand by using binder clips I personally like this one.I feel this one is safer than any other method which i tried :)

Step 2: Pen Stand

While playing around with these clips found this pen stand idea :) looks kiddish but its really useful try it.

Step 3: Note/Quote

Step 4: Bookmark & Pen Holder

Step 5: Wire Organizer

Step 6: Paper Clip Pen Stand

Step 7: Cable Catcher

Step 8:

There are plenty of ideas on net (Including these on lifehacker etc)..once you get Knack of it trust me you will never get bore by playing with these clips :)

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stubbsonic (author)2014-05-14

I saw a large binder clip used to wedge a stack of soda cans in the fridge. It was clipped to the front edge of the shelve near the side of the fridge. The cans were stacked behind the wedge such that the bottom front can could not roll out.

They are good on a music stand for windy days.

But while we are on the subject, combine your binder clips with small neodymium magnets for even more clever opportunities!!

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rkulkarni5 (author)stubbsonic2014-05-28

neodymium magnet ??? do u have any link i want to know

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stubbsonic (author)rkulkarni52014-05-28

I don't have a link. I've just been doing things like glueing magnets to mechanical pencils, and sticking little recycled scrap paper in binder clips and sticking them to the fridge with a magnet. Let's go a searchin'!

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ruberns (author)2014-05-13

I made a phone holder for my car, people said I shouldn't be so tight and just buy one. But now they like it!

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rkulkarni5 (author)ruberns2014-05-28

please share how you did it....i m curious to know :)

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rimar2000 (author)2014-05-13

I use them in the kitchen, to close semi-used pouches of noodles, cheese, sauce, mustard, ketchup, etc. They are excellent.

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rkulkarni5 (author)rimar20002014-05-28

hmmm good ideas :)

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