Thursday, January 13, 2011
What's more boring than a plain yellow Post-it note?
That's what Michelle Brusegaard asks, as she offers this alternative. She has a couple other options, too - neither of them the slightest bit boring.
These Smock note cubes are made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper. They are "made with love in upstate New York" and there are eight patterns to choose from.
Snow & Graham is another company with interesting sticky note cubes - this one is called Tweets.
And these sticky note cubes from RSH can be personalized with your name or monogram. Update on July 24, 2013: These are Clairbella sticky note cubes — available from many sites, not just RSH.
For Moleskine fans, there's now the Moleskine Stick Notes Pocket.
And while these Zip Notes don't have the gorgeous design of others, they have another advantage - you can create them in whatever length you want. They're sold through Amazon.com. [via organizer Sara Wiggins, writing in the newsletter published by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization.]
The Ubiquitous Sticky Note
Sticky Notes: Post-it Notes and Much More