Traveler’s notebook wallet inserts

These are really nice because they add functionality to your traveler’s notebook if you wish to use it as a wallet. You just slip these under the elastics as you would an insert booklet, and they hold credit cards, coins, notes etc.

I have one from Monique at Morgan Le Fae’s Trinkets.

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Here are some more options available in different sizes from Monique.

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Jerome Phillippe also has some in his Etsy store (available in different sizes) – this time with a zipped pocket for coins.

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You can of course find plastic pouches on Etsy that fulfill the same function. They come in several different sizes, such as the ones below from PaperGeekCo.

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

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2 replies

  1. I love Monique’s products. I haven’t been able to buy from someone else (except for a couple of original Midoris). She makes spot on TNs but she also makes great inserts. One thing I got from her, which I use every day since I have it is a pencil pouch. It opens completely and lays flat. It’s like a mini picnic blanket for pens! I truly love it!

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