He was slightly disappointed not to have weighted the scorings but in general he feels it's a good methodology. Entries were judged on the following criteria:
1. Value of stationery items used
2. Difficulty of sourcing stationery item (desk vs cupboard vs special request from stationery department)
3. Function ('how useful it is' he said, when pressed - I am dubious how this applies to the items below)
Based on this criteria, here are the results:
In third place, Zoe's 'Paperclip Earring' with a score of 11. Yay Zoe!
And in first place.. with a grand total of 13 ... Amaretto mouse, also by Violet!
I am unilaterally disqualifying Amaretto mouse due to its main constituent element not being available in any workplace but Violet's.
Email me for top class Belgian prizes winners. Losers, weep gently into your hole punchers.
Tomorrow - miscellaneous!