BIC® 3x3 Die Cut Sticky Notepad-25 Sheet-Shamrock

STYLE:  PPR-11228

Spread good luck to your customers when you give them an adhesive, shamrock notepad with your imprint.

Show customers your fun side when you hand them these custom, die cut sticky notes shaped like a shamrock. They’ll see your business name and logo when they jot down important appointments and reminders. You can be your customer’s lucky charm when you give them this adhesive, shamrock notepad manufactured by BIC®.


Product Details:

  • Product Color: White
  • Back Side of Sheets Color: Blue, Red, Yellow, Purple, White
  • Material: Paper
  • Product Size: 3" W x 3" H
  • Imprint Process: Full Color
  • Imprint Size: 2 1/4" W x 2 1/4" H
  • Imprint Location: Front
  • Max. # of Lines: 8
  • Max. # of Characters per Line: 28
  • Imprint Color: Athletic Gold, Orange, Red, Maroon, Pink, Purple, Navy Blue, Royal Blue, Teal, Green, Metallic Gold, Metallic Silver, Black, White, Process Blue, Reflex Blue

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Product Description

Attach your business name and image to their computer monitor with these custom, die cut sticky notes.

Try your luck with these shamrock-shaped, 3x3 sticky notes with your company name and logo imprinted on the top. Their rounded, three-leaf clover shape and accordion, spring-action binding will help them stand out on your desk. This way, you can easily find them to write down a message.

These custom, die cut sticky notes shaped like a shamrock are a fun promotional giveaway for St. Patrick's Day parties and events.

  • 3 by 3-inch, 25 sheet, shamrock-shaped sticky notepad
  • Choose a backside color of blue, red, yellow, purple or white
  • Manufactured by BIC®, a trusted industry leader for 45+ years
  • Comes with a 1 year, 100% satisfaction guarantee

Can this adhesive, shamrock notepad be used as a St. Patrick’s Day party favor?

Absolutely! Buy sticky notes in bulk and hand them out to employees and customers as an office party favor.

Why is the shamrock considered lucky?

Going back hundreds of years, the shamrock was viewed as a lucky charm that would protect people from evil spirits.

Why is the shamrock associated with St. Patrick’s Day?

Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, used the prevalent, three-leaf clover to explain the Christian Holy Trinity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The shamrock has been an emblem of Ireland since the 1700s.