Tomoe River Paper notebooks on the way


Cover choices. I chose the rainbow covers (number 87)

From CrazyOrganized on Etsy (more about this shop below)

Customize your own 40 page notebook! Containing high quality world renowned Tomoe river paper these notebooks stand up to everything from fountain pens to sharpies with no bleed through and minimal shadowing.

Choose your own notebook cover pattern and line style! Each cover is laminated for extra durability and lovingly hand-stitched.

Includes 2 notebooks, each with a custom laminated cover and 40 pages of genuine Tomoe River paper lined in the style of your choice (Grid, dot, lined, or blank)

What makes Tomoe River so good?

Please quote the number of your cover choice in the comments with your purchase 😀

Passport : 8.9 x 12.4 cm
Field notes: 9×14 cm
A6: 9×14.8 cm
Personal: 9.5 x 17.1 cm
Midori: 11 x 21 cm
Moleskine Cahier: 13 x 21 cm
A5: 14.8 x 21cm 

I have been using traveler’s notebooks more over the last 6 – 8 months. I still use a ring organiser as my wallet, to keep my schedule and to do lists. But for my client records I have been using a TN. One booklet per client, which means that I can add booklets for the day or week and remove at the end of the week or when my course with them is over. If someone else needs to substitute for me, I just give them the book containing all the details they need. They write their own notes in it for me and hand it back to me. Then I can just keep them for record purposes. Each client’s name is on the cover of ‘their’ book. Sometimes clients ask to keep the pretty books I have been recording their progress in and that is fine by me too!

Tomoe River paper is so nice to write on and is light so you can carry around a number of books without it being noticeable. I like the idea that these are laminated.

Nicole from CrazyOrganized also does beauties like this as well as custom work if *gasp* these are not enough for you!


 and add-ons like pen-loops, stitching, pockets, carving and/or painting. You can also buy custom bookplates for your elastic.

Author: Janet Carr

Fashion, beauty and animal loving language consultant from South Africa living in Stockholm, Sweden.

3 thoughts

  1. Janet, I swear, I will be holding you personally responsible for putting me in the poor house. Every time you post one of these beautiful items, shop owners, etc., I run there and find all kinds of things to drain my husband’s bank account. My closet shelf is starting to resemble your collection. This creative young lady is about to have some more business. Thanks for being a champion for these “sleeper artists”. But you and I have to talk, lol….

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