Dividers, Filofax, Printable Items

Rome Dividers for Personal & A5 size

I receive requests for City-Themed Dividers from time to time, and here are the latest City-Themed dividers I designed:

Rome Dividers!! 🙂


There are two sizes available now:

>>Printable Personal Size Rome Dividers

>>Printable A5 Size Rome Dividers

If you want to order a handmade version (they’ll be sent to yours by post) please order from here:

>>Handmade Dividers


size guide


9 -3

Right after you make payment you’ll be able to download PDF files, so you just need to print them on A4 or Letter size card 😉








Thank you for reading!

Sachiko x





My New Handmade London Dividers!!

***PRINTABLE London Dividers are now available at Cute Organizing!
Download PDF files and create London Dividers for your Filofax!


This idea of new dividers came up in my head a while back, but I didn’t have enough time to actually create them.  Then I finally managed to create them last night so I’d like to show them to you today! 🙂  Unfortunately these new dividers are not for sale, and you’ll see the reason why if you read this post! 😉

My first step is always sketching on a piece of paper.


After sketching, I draw/colour on Photoshop.  My Photoshop is really old but it still does the job!!


After finishing all the designing, I printed them out, cut them out and laminated them- my usual steps when making dividers.

So here are the London Dividers I made!!  There is a double-decker bus, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, guards, taxi and a red phone booth!


As you can see, the tabs are ridiculously long (especially the Big Ben tab!), so if I carry them in my handbag, they’ll definitely get bent!!  But I just really wanted to create them, and as I expected it was a lot of FUN creating them!!!

I set them up in my Filofax (Poppy Saffiano).  Wow!!  A tiny London is in my Filofax!!  It almost feels like I can hear all the lively noise in London!! 😀




They are, of course, dividers, so I typed words on the tabs.  I made the letters very small and discreet so they don’t stand out too much.



They are sticking out at the top!


They aren’t practical dividers, but I just love them and really enjoyed creating them, so I hope I can create different versions sometime!  Maybe the next one will be… a Tokyo version!?


Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed it!

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Dividers, Filofax, My Paintings

New divider I made for my Filofax

This is a quick painting I did over the weekend.  Maybe her body is a bit too small for the size of her head, but it still looks like Charlie to me!

 She is my Syrian Hamster Charlie I got from Pets at Home.  The staff there told me that Charlie was a boy, so I believed that for a few months.  Then one day I suddenly realized that Charlie didn’t have.. um… the balls!  Charlie was already a few months old then (which means she was an adult), but I still believed that I would find them somewhere hidden in her body…lol!!

So I put her in a clear jar and looked really carefully, but I couldn’t see any signs of them! Then I finally accepted that Charlie was a girl!Well, it actually didn’t really matter whether Charlie was a boy or girl.  The good thing was her name was Charlie so we didn’t have to change her name!

OK, enough of the silly talk!!  I’d like to show you the new divider I made yesterday. It’s printed on glossy photo paper and laminated.

This is when it’s set in my Filofax.  I like the colourful tabs, so I might re-make all the dividers when I have some time.

Ta-daa!  Yes, it’s a divider for sticky notes!

I use the large sticky notes for my shopping lists.  (*You can read more about my eraser stamps you see in this photo HERE)  I write down whenever I remember things I need to buy.

Then when I go shopping I stick it to my phone because it’s more convenient than opening my Filofax at a store.  I used to type shopping lists on my phone, but I later found out that I prefer it on actual paper.

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed my post!



Eraser stamps, Filofax, Japan Corer, My Paintings

More stamps!

I wrote in my last post that I started making my own stamps using erasers.  I found it soooooo difficult (I still do!) at the beginning, but I think I’m getting slightly better 🙂

 Approx. 2.5cm(H) x 1.7cm(W) 🙂

Now I’ve got quite a few stamps, so I made a small box for them.

Approx. 2cm x 2cm↓

Strawberry is about 1.5 cm (hight)

I just decorated next week’s pages with my stamps, and it was so much FUN !!  (The stamp of the coffee cup on the bottom-right corner wasn’t made by me.) I wish I could make a lot more stamps, but my eyes have been horribly sore from making stamps, so I really need to rest my eyes…!  Boohoo!

By the way, this is my latest painting of a sushi restaurant in Tokyo↓

(Available at Japan Corner.)

And these are the new personalised address labels which are also available at Japan Corner

Thanks for reading!