Minimalist dividers are now available in Pink + Black as well!
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I’ve been really happy with my Compact size Saffiano, but I recently found the Pocket size Charleston for £19.99 at Ryman, and I bought it just because I wanted to own a Charleston!!
I used to use Pocket size Filofaxes for a long time, but I wasn’t sure if I could go back to the Pocket size again after using the Personal & Compact size. But when it arrived here and I saw it in person I just fell in love!! So I decided to move back into the Pocket size and use it for a while to see what happens. The Pocket size Charleston’s got 15mm rings like the Compact size, so it’s too small for most people I guess, but I’ve been very happy with it so far especially with its weight!
November 10-16th is National Diary Week, and I was given an opportunity to write another guest post for Ryman Blog, so I decided to write about my Pocket Charleston! You can read my post HERE. I hope you like my post!
Do you remember that I made these “To-do list sheets” a while back??
Then I made these after that:
I’ve actually been receiving messages asking me if I’m ever going to sell these to-do list sheets.
Well, I finally got them ready and have started selling them as PDF printable files! That means you can print them at home & start using them straight away, and you can also re-make them as much as you want!
(***These PDFs are for Personal Use only!)
The set comes with To-do list sheets (left page & right page) and 3x page markers! You can print the design on the back as well (as shown below). They are for the pocket size, and the Personal size will be available soon!
*You can print on A4 size or A5 size card.
*Print on both sides if you want the design on the back as well.
2) Cut them out
Then you can just punch holes and start using them! 🙂
I used photo paper to print them out because I was going to laminate them afterwards. If you are not laminating them, photo paper might not be the best paper as it’s quite delicate on the surface even though the colour comes out really nicely on it.
But if you laminate them, they’ll look even better and become sturdy!
In my Pocket Malden:
You can put some spare sticky notes on the left side so you can add more to the right side whenever you remember things you need to do!
I hope you enjoy making & using them! 🙂
You can order this PDF printable item here:
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I put handles on my eraser stamps I showed you in my last post. Carving is the fun part of course, but I also looove the next stage putting handles on them! Suddenly they become like real stamps with handles, you know!
And it’s a lot easier to stamp with a handle 🙂
To tell you the truth, the eraser was a bit too thick as you can see in the above photo. There is no problem when stamping, but it’s a bit unstable to keep it standing in the small storage box. So after taking this photo I actually took the eraser part off the handle (it was a bit of a hassle as it was superglued!) and put it back on again after slicing it to about half the thickness.
But I really enjoy making stamps so I carve them whenever I get some spare time. I can release my stress by doing it too!
Lastly, here is my latest painting of a geisha girl 🙂 I did it on A4 size cartridge paper using ink and watercolour. The letters on the right side say “Maiko” which means apprentice geisha. Letters on the left side is my signature written in hiragana letters, and it has my signature stamp underneath.
I used gold colour for the obi (sash) and some flowers on the kimono. I love using gold colour 🙂
It’s available in my Etsy shop!
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