Y'all, I could sure use some help on this one...
As mentioned earlier, my office is moving. This leaves me with access to hundreds of pounds of old letterhead, envelopes, business cards, brochures, etc. When I say old, I don't mean vintage, I mean it's no longer current. It's not cool and weathered looking what-so-ever. Some of it will be used, but most of it will end up as scratch paper or in the recycle bin. This annoys me to no end! I was positive google would lead me to something to do with all this wonderful paper, but after hours of research, I’m coming up empty handed. Surprising, right? I even called a couple local children's charities to see if they would want the letterhead for doodle paper (apparently not). Anyone out there have any good ideas that would capitalize on large quantities of paper? Most of the items are printed with blue/green/brown colors on decent quality white paper. Sometimes card stock, sometimes not. It varies.
This really shouldn't be that hard, but man, I am coming up flat! Any ideas out there? Would really love to hear what you think.
Many thanks in advance!