Filofax Spotting

Technically it was Gillio/Van Der Spek/Filofax spotting but in this case I am using Filofax as a generic term…

My Personal Buttercup Ostrich and A5 Van Der Spek in Cognac on the way to meet Susanne and her Gillio for lunch

My Personal Buttercup Ostrich and A5 Cognac Van Der Spek on the way to meet Susanne and her Gillio for lunch. I used my Pierre Balmain bag.

Susanne's grass green shiny Gillio Compagna in her gorgeous Longchamp  leather bag.

Susanne’s grass green shiny Gillio Compagna in her gorgeous Longchamp leather bag.

Photo by Susanne of her shiny green Gillio Compagna which is absolutely stunning! We met for lunch and compared binders :)

Photo by Susanne of her shiny grass green Gillio Compagna which is absolutely stunning! We met for lunch and compared binders 🙂

A5 Van Der Spek in Cognac + Gillio ruler and Martha Stewart Tabs.

A5 Van Der Spek in Cognac + Gillio ruler and Martha Stewart Tabs.

My homemade dividers. Brightened up a bit with transfers, though I am not handy or creative at all.

My homemade dividers. Brightened up a bit with transfers, though I am not handy or creative at all.

My boss's 20-year old Filofax. It used to be fatter but is on a diet

My boss’s 20-year old Filofax. It used to be fatter but is on a diet

Still rather full

Still rather full



Categories: Filofaxes and other ring organisers

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4 replies

  1. That green Gillio is so gorgeous! And thank you for making me feel better about the size and fullness of my bag (small thing in comparison to either yours or Susanne’s!)

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  2. Those are some seriously gorgeous organisers! And I do like your boss’s much-loved organiser. When I started my present job a couple of years ago, I was much amused that two colleagues on our small team had old and wonderfully full Filofaxes.

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