spiral notebooks plastered with stickers

Good enough, Day 15: Arts & crafty

As the heat finally and mercifully receded this morning, it occurred to me that I need not put up with the crap design, lame typography, and gratuitous use of American flags that goes hand-in-hand with low-end school supplies. Not as long as my “Stickers” file remains well stocked.

(Related: feel free to mail me your unwanted stickers.)

xxx
c

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3 comments

  1. do you not like Moleskin notebooks? They come in all sizes & if you buy in bulk they’re not that expensive and the quality is well, it’s Moleskin, so it’s the best, the coolest looking notebook ever, as far as I’m concerned. It feels so damn good to hold in my hand. Not that it matters, but I never show my notebooks to anybody but feels like everything I’ve ever written in a Moleskin(even when it’s crap) is the most profound thought of all time. Also have you tried Pilot G-2, 0 7 ball pt gel pens? They’re wonderful and cheap and things just flow out of them. Sorry I feel scared & silly that I dared telling a wonderful writer this but I think your writing -anything you write-deserves so much better than those icky school supplies

  2. I like the old black marbled Mead composition notebooks, they open flat, have sturdy hard covers, and are sewn in – my Inner Editor likes to rip out pages from spiral if they don’t make the grade (and they never do). I like to glue inspirational pictures and quotes from greeting card art to the front of mine.

  3. I like the old black marbled Mead composition notebooks, they open flat, have sturdy hard covers, and are sewn in – my Inner Editor likes to rip out pages from spiral if they don’t make the grade (and they never do). I like to glue inspirational pictures and quotes from greeting card art to the front of mine. Feeds my greeting card addiction too!

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