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| Updated: June 17, 2022

5 unique ways to use customized Post-it Notes

  • Create Post-it Note artwork
  • Start a Post-it Note war
  • Redecorate appliances and other surfaces
  • Brainstorm with Post-it Notes
  • Use customized Post-it Notes to create a unique guest book


Who said customized Post-it® Notes are only for jotting notes? I came across some fabulous alternative ways of using the office staple, mostly gleaned from Pinterest®. Speaking of Pinterest, are you following 4imprint yet?


Create Post-it Note artwork

Do you have dreary walls that you aren’t allowed to paint on? Decorate them with colorful adhesive notes.

Need inspiration? Check out this creative adhesive note art:

Sticky Note Wall ArtSource


Start a Post-it Note war

Apparently, there was a whole Post-it War happening in the windows of Paris. The results are pretty impressive:

An Apple computers logo made of Post-its.Source 

A variety of Post-it note window decorations based on pop culture.



Redecorate appliances and other surfaces

Boring refrigerator? Use it as a designer canvas for Post-it art:

Post-it Home Decor



Brainstorm with Adhesive Notes

On the more practical side, adhesive notepads are great for brainstorm boards. Have your team members or college students write their ideas on personalized pads and stick them on a whiteboard or wall like this blogger. Then, arrange and re-arrange the ideas by category or subject.Post-it note list making



Use customized Post-it Notes to create a unique guest book

Create a non-traditional wedding “guest book” by having guests sign adhesive notes with their good wishes. Imprint your new name and wedding date on your very own personalized Post-it Notes. This idea would also work great for a holiday “wishing tree.”

A branch with Post-It Notes attached.



My hope is that you will never look at customized Post-it Notes the same again.


Suzanne Worwood

Suzanne Worwood

Suzanne Worwood is VP of Merchandising and has been with 4imprint for 22 years. Inspired by the retail environment and her own world travels, Suzanne writes about all things product: trends, uses, colors, designs.

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