Wouldn’t this make an amazing Traveler’s Notebook?

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You could add couple of elastics in there and it would be a stunning traveler’s notebook. Or I guess you could order one without the tie and use it as a TN wallet insert, though it would be thicker than leather inserts usually are. I would add 2 elastics and I think it would be

EPIC!!!!!

Also by Aixa Sobin from LusciousLeatherNYC on Etsy. See my previous post about her here.

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Categories: Bookbinding, Diaries and Journals, Midori and other Traveler's Notebooks, Notebooks

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3 replies

  1. I actually did make something I loved similar into a TN and if I can do it anyone can…lol. Just a couple of holes and some elastic will do ya!

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  2. Epic is definitely the word for it. Punch a couple of holes at the top and a couple at the bottom, thread in some elastic band and your on! Excellent craftsmanship!

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