oh joy mouse

It has got to be some sort of blogger rite of passage to have anything tech-related tied to your brand or website. And for the very lovely Joy Cho of Oh Joy!, that moment has come. Joy was invited to collaborate with Microsoft on an artist series of wireless mice that are designed for easy use while traveling. Each arc touch mouse has one of Joy’s gold and silver patterns on it and would look pretty adorable next to any computer. I sadly don’t use a mouse at work, but Amy does, so I may have to convince her that we need one of these for the office. If you use a mouse and want to upgrade to something both comfy and cute, click here to check out and shop Joy’s new mouse online. xo, grace

  1. Kirstin says:

    It’s cute! So what do you use if you don’t use a mouse? Track pad? Tablet?

    1. Grace Bonney says:


      i have a laptop with a built-in track pad.


  2. It’s really adorable. Congrats!

  3. Donaville says:

    Awesome. These photos are far better than the ones on the Microsoft site, the gold looks almost more bright yellow on Microsoft’s site.

  4. Sallie Ferguson says:

    Do you have any idea where I might purchase the darling paperclips that are with the mouse? Thank you.


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