Let me guess, you have a ream of 100% recycled, Rain Forest Alliance Certified paper conveniently stacked next to the printer. You earn additional eco-brownie points by printing on both sides of each sheet. Good for you! Now, don't take off running for the recycle bin. Your humble memo may be destined for a higher purpose before meeting it's maker.
We are all familiar with tiny paper cranes and jumping frogs in the world of origami.These popular characters often require a specialized paper that is thin and square. However, if you think outside the box, then you can make a box, along with many other useful items
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