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Trees Were Killed - Sticky Note Cube

Trees Were Killed - Sticky Note Cube

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The cool new Trees Were Killed - Sticky Note Cube is a visual reminder of what went into that paper sticky note you're about to write on. This witty sticky note cube has a very realistic print of tree bark on the sides and looks as solid as a tree trunk. To save future trees from a similar fate, please recycle your note when finished with it.

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