Some more fun stuff submitted by readers:
i´m addicted to paper and everything that comes with it, since i´m
able to hold a pencil. in the first semester at the university(i´m studying design)
i took an bookbinding class and realised how easy it is to make my own
notebooks. now i´m the tutor of our university bookbinder and have
made so many notebooks that i can´t keep them all. it took me
some time (in truth some years) to let other people have them because i really love
all of my notebooks so much. but in the end i decided to make a little shop
on dawanda ( http://de.dawanda.com/shop/Ema
where i sell my notebooks and all the stuff i can´t keep en masse
around my home.
i´m writing you this because when i found your website i realised that there
are so many other notebook addicts, that love notebooks too and who would
treat my notebooks right. and that fact makes it feel good to sell them and
make other people happy with just some paper and cardstuff 🙂
You can also read Ema’s blog about paper products, including notebooks: CraftAddict
I wanted to let you know about some nice little notebooks I found at Office Depot. They’re obvious Moleskine knock-offs, but they’re extremely cheap and I absolutely love them! They’re distributed by a company by the name of Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd, located in Boca Raton, FL. They’re $3.99 with 192 lined pages, and the paper is very smooth and is a nice creamy color. They hold up well, too!
Has anyone else seen these? I wasn’t finding them online.
The Petite Journal (3 inch X 3 inch) is designed to be used on the go, when our full size journals are at home. The covers are all based on fruit crate art.
Goodies for your space
Here’s some of their notebooks:
And Jerome introduces Paper Republic:
paper republic crafts stylish notebooks from the world’s best papers, including fantastic hand-made japanese and european papers. All our notebooks are crafted in Europe, have a 100g/m2 premium Swedish writing paper and are hand-numbered.