Proramillenote srl
Produzione post-it personalizzati e blocknotes. Lavorazioni su misura, in PPL, PVC e Polipropilene
Direct production of customized memo notes, sticky notes, paper cubes, bespoke pvc, ppl, polypropylen items.

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sticky notes with cover and special inlay: paper with seeds that grows,

Paper that grows


“Memotack paper that grows” is a special sticky paper pad with cardboard cover; it is completely customizable with logo and corporate image. In the cardboard cover is inserted a standard shaped inlay made of recyclable and biodegradable “seed paper”. Once planted and watered, the “seed paper” inlay composts away leaving only wildflowers (or herbs, or vegetables) and NO WASTE!

Find out more about “seed paper” watching the video Paper that grows

Sticky note-pad features:
• Sticky paper or sticky recycled paper note-pad 
• Standard size mm. 75 x 75
• Composed by 50 sheets

Sheets customization:
• With customer’s logo
• Offset printing ¼ colors
• Paper both normal or recycled

Cardboard cover customization:
• Normal or recycled cardboard cover with pocket
• Full digitally printed with customer logo or as from our graphic department suggestion
• Shaped “seed paper” inlay, in one of our wide range of shapes available, which will grow by itself one planted and watered.

“Seed paper” inlay customization:
• Wide range of standard shake
• Wide range of standard colors

• MOQ 1.000 pieces
• Please ask for actually available shapes and colors according to the Customer Service

Colori standard   Forme standard

MemotackIcona Why shall You use “paper that grows”?

• It is made of recycled paper and soy-based inks
• When using “paper that grows” it’s a good deed for the planet
• It’s a safe, ecological and easy to use gadget for garden enthusiasts children and adults

Memotack “paper that grows” is suitable to spread your Company’s values:
• Assistance
• Growth
• Care
• Maturation
• Developement
• Sustainability
• Future

To find out more:
» What is "Paper that grows?”
» Standard colors
» Standard die-cut shapes
» Why shall you use “Paper that grows?”

Find out more about “seed paper” watching the video Paper that grows

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