Ban.do Notebook Spreads

I haven’t shared any shots of my notebook spreads recently, and I am just so in love with this Bando notebook that I couldn’t let that continue! As it always seems to go, the thrill of whatever planner challenge I was participating in earlier this month has dissipated; I’m once again struggling to find a way to use my kikki.K without shoving myself into a box that doesn’t suit me. Last week, I set my kikki.K aside for perhaps the last time. Despite how I enjoyed that white birch notebook, the deep connection just wasn’t there. So I transferred all of my addresses, to-dos and even drew a spontaneous calendar into my Bando. The pages are sturdy, thick and hold up to inks and paints well. Dare I say that this could even serve as an art journal?

Advertisements

Handmade Hardcover Notebook Mark II

Using the same methods as last time, I made another hardcover notebook–this time entirely from scratch. The cover consists of three pieces of cardboard covered in fabric. For the text block, I used a combination of scrapbooking papers, heavyweight and regular weight drawing papers and envelopes.

Hardcover Book Binding

I bound my first hardcover book yesterday! 😀 This first design turned out better than I’d hoped.

White Birch Notebook

After finishing my gold Greenroom notebook, I’m using this lovely white birch by Surface Book, a gift from Léo. Here are some of my first pages and a pocket I created for bits and washi in the back. Note the absurd amount of stickies on the inside cover. ❤ XD

Gorgeous New Notebooks from Léo

As a belated birthday gift, Léo sent me a lovely wooden box brimming with paper goodies, stickers, washi, pretty much a paper-holic’s dream. This minibook was full of stamps and clips designed to be removed and reused. ❤

minibook by Léo minibook by LéoAnd of course, here’s the meat of it all: four lovely notebooks to add to my collection. I love each and every one of them!