Can you recycle Post-It notes? Here's one way to do it: Fold them into paper cranes after they're done stashing a message.
Fred Flare's latest play-at-your-desk device is a stack of origami sticky notes, which have one blank side - and one side full of fun-folding instructions. You can make pigs, birds, bears, or a pinwheel - just make sure you're not desperate for the phone number or address on them before you start turning it into a paper grasshopper.
And if you really want to recycle them later? Just rip off the sticky part before you put them in your big blue bin.
--FARAN KRENTCIL$6 a pack at Fred Flare