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Thomas Paul Moves From Decorating Pads to Mouse Pads

I'm used to rhapsodizing over how much I love Thomas Paul stuff when I'm looking at home stuff, but the dreamy designer has done me proud by making Mouse Pads in his famous designs.

Each mouse pad is as functional as it is pretty — they double as notepads for scribbling — and they're only $9 each, a far cry from what his pricey pillows and other accessories normally cost.


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kiminla kiminla 8 years
Not practical but I bought it anyway.
kiminla kiminla 8 years
I have these and love the look. It is not as practical as I would like, but it makes my desk look polished.
graylen graylen 8 years
I love these, but I use them only as notepads ;)
JeffaLynn JeffaLynn 8 years
Ahhh, these are cute :)I love these. The only reason I'm keeping mine now is the squishy wrist support.
JeffaLynn JeffaLynn 8 years
Ahhh, these are cute :) I love these. The only reason I'm keeping mine now is the squishy wrist support.
nals33 nals33 8 years
Very cuute! I want one for my desk.. I'd make good use of it.
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