How many notes do you think a teacher goes through in a year? I could not even start to guess. Better yet how many notes to the teacher do you send off each year? No need to drive to stationery stores to find the ok looking notepad cubes or stationery, check out Papersnaps.com for all your stationery needs from wedding save the date cards to everyday notes. I was able to review one of these adorable notepad cubes.
This is no wimpy notepad cube you find at just any stationery store, this one is huge. Whether you’re looking for a great gift idea or just looking to spruce up your own desk, these Personalized Notepad Cubes will do the trick! Cubes measure 5.5 inches square and are nearly 3 inches tall. Each cube contains 600 sheets. There are four colors per design, which change after each 20 sheets, creating a unique striped pattern down the side. Better be sure you love all the color choices:)
NO more boring notes, with plenty of designs to choose from to formal for the office to whimsical for home use, you are sure to find a custom design to fit your needs. They even allow you to change the color scheme if you are that particular!
Want to show how easy papersnap.com is to personalize your stationery selections.
Also these make great gifts to mail out. Look how cute they arrived in the box. With the added crimped paper you know there is something fun inside.
The paper is high quality and has a shiny laser print finish. Afraid of using an online stationery store? No worries you can ask for samples if you are nervous about ordering for a wedding or something large. I don’t think you will be disappointed with these notepads
Be sure to check out Papersnaps.com for all your stationery needs.
To whom do you write the most notes?
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