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Midori MD Notebook Journal A5

Midori MD Notebook Journal in A5.

Very minimalist indeed, the MD notebook journal is to all intents and purposes a block of paper. But the paper is top quality MD (Midori Diary) paper and is the result of over 60 years of painstaking research to ensure that the end product is a pleasure to write on and is suitable for all types of pens and ink. Generally speaking there is no feathering or bleed-through: the only pens that might do so are certain markers. It’s the same type as what’s in the TRAVELER’S COMPANY range.

The notebook journal contains 96 sheets, which are bound together with stitching, so that the pages lie flat. There is not even a cover as such: the spine is protected by a simple strip of cloth tape, which is hidden in ‘normal’ notebooks, and you can even see where the page marker has been secured!

The dotgrid ruling features subtle green dots ideal for using as guidance when writing and sketching, and comes with a matching green fabric page marker. The frame layout is ideal for use as a diary or a sketchbook: each page is framed with a red lined border which can be used to title pages. It’s teamed with a matching red page marker. Covers to protect your notebook are available separately.

Additional Information
Product Code: MD77756
Item Material: Paper
Paper Colour: Cream
Paper Size: A5

Orders placed before midday Monday to Friday will normally be sent out the same day.

UK Orders

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Orders over 2kg

For all orders outside the UK, heavy orders may cost more to send, but the shipping cost will be displayed in the checkout before you commit.

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Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns and cancellations

Just contact me within: 3 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery

Request a cancellation within: 24 hours of purchase

I don’t accept exchanges

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can’t be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can’t accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Digital downloads
Conditions of return

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

Frequently Asked Questions

Midori Covers

I currently don’t sell any Midori leather or fabric covers, but there are many Etsy shops that provide all types of covers in many sizes! Please search on Etsy for covers for the notebooks.

Custom and personalized orders

Unfortunately, at this time, I am no longer accepting complex custom orders. It will be on a case by case basis if I’m able to do any custom orders so I can focus on current orders for the shop. Please contact me if you have any questions about existing notebooks or if you have any suggestions for the shop!

Rush Shipping

At this time, I do not offer a rush service, and orders are made in the order they are received. If you need your order by a certain date, please contact me prior to ordering to determine if I can meet your shipping date. Rush requests after ordering cannot be guaranteed. For expedited USPS shipping, please choose either USPS Priority Mail or USPS Priority Mail Express. For international expedited shipping (excluding USPS) such as FedEx or DHL, please contact me prior to ordering.

Ring Bound Planner Sizes

All the following sizes are available in the shop for ring bound planners:

—– Ring Bound Planners —–
– A5 / Large (8.3 inches tall x 5.8 inches wide)
– Personal Wide Foxy Fix (6.75 inches tall x 4.75 inches wide)
– Personal / Medium (6.7 inches tall x 3.7 inches wide)
– Pocket / Small (4.72 inches tall x 3.19 inches wide)

Travelers Notebook Sizes

All the following sizes are available in the shop (some size limitations are based on insert designs – see the description for each listing for more information):

—– Travelers Notebook —–
– Extra Wide / A5 (8. 3 inches tall x 5.8 inches wide)
– Wide (8.25 inches tall x 5 inches wide)
– Standard / Regular (8.25 inches tall x 4.3 inches wide)
– B6 (6.9 inches tall x 4.9 inches wide)
– Hobonichi Weeks (7.4 inches tall x 3.7 inches wide)
– B6 Slim (7 inches tall x 4.25 inches wide)
– Personal (6.75 inches tall x 3.75 inches wide)
– A6 (5.8 inches tall x 4.1 inches wide)
– Pocket / Field Notes (5.5 inches tall x 3.5 inches wide)
– Passport (4.9 inches tall x 3.5 inches wide)
– Mini / Extra Small / Micro (4 inches tall x 2.75 inches wide)

A5 Slim Size

If you are interested in the A5 Slim size, I would recommend the Wide size option from the shop. The A5 Slim size is listed as 8.3″ x 4.9″ and the traditional Wide size is 8.25″ x 5″. Since the sizes are very close (0.05″ x 0.1″ difference), it would be a great option. When placing an order for the A5 Slim size, if you need it cut exactly at 8.3″ x 4.9″, please leave a note at checkout.

Alternative Cover Options

If you are purchasing a notebook with Tomoe River, Strathmore, Shiraoi, Onion Skin or any other custom papers and would like an alternative cover added to the notebook instead of the kraft brown or black options, please order the specialty paper notebook and leave a note at checkout which cover you would like me to use from the shop. Please note not all covers are available in the largest size (Extra Wide / A5) when placing your cover request.

Square Corners (No Corner Rounding) on Notebooks

If you are looking for square corners (no corner rounding), I can exclude the corner rounding after cutting the notebooks. Please leave a note at checkout that you want square corners on your notebooks.

The Journal Diaries- Amandine’s Midori Traveler’s Notebook / Seaweed Kisses

The Journal Diaries is a blog segment where we get a sneak peek into the journals, notebooks, organizers and diaries from creatives all over the world.  My special guest today is Amandine from France.

– Hi Amandine! Tell us a little more about yourself!
Hi Michelle, thanks for getting me to do
this, it’s been fun thinking about stuff that I do as pretty much second nature
now. So, I’m newly 32, and living in Paris with my long time partner. I sell
cameras for a living and buy them for fun.

– How long have you been journaling for, and how did your love for journaling all begin?
I’ve been journaling for pretty
much as long as I can remember. I always have written stuff down to remember
it, I’ve always kept movie ticket stubs, random notes and just wrote to make
use of the numerous pens I’ve always loved more than toys, even as a kid. 

– What inspires you to write?
Everything, nothing. Mostly it’s traveling,
sometimes work. I love lists. I write lists of everything, from the movies I
watch, the shows I follow, the books I read, the music I want to add to my
iTunes, to the restaurants I want to try out. I’m a natural born lister.

– How long have you been using your Midori Traveler’s
Notebook for, and what drew you to it in the first place?

I have had it for a few years now. I got my first
regular sized brown as a birthday gift in 2012 after months of drooling on
Patrick Ng’s Flickr posts. The system felt right immediately. It’s both rigid
and free enough and I just really love it. I used to use soft cover Moleskine
notebooks but my TN feels more complete and better suited to my needs.

– Is your Traveler’s Notebook used solely as a travel journal,
or do you use it for other things as well?

I use my TN every day. I
use both a diary booklet (that I also use for daily planning with the addition
of a Field Notes notebook) and a kraft book I use for collages, list pasting
and random doodling. For travel, I also like to use a passport size TN with a
Field Notes notebook insert and stuff 
that with receipts, instax and random things like the stamps you can
find at subway stations in Tokyo for example.

– Does it go everywhere with you, or is it kept mainly
at home?

Depends on how big my bag
is for the day. Though some would say my bag is always too big and too full. It
always travels with me though, it’s just the right size to hold plane tickets
as well as my passport.

– Which size do you find most convenient for
you, the passport or the regular, or both?

I do love and use both. The regular size has been with
me the longest so it feels like my main love but I’ve learned that both are
useful to me.

– Do you mind sharing how you currently have your regular size TN set up? 
I have two notebooks, a
2016 weekly diary as well as a kraft insert. 
Surrounded by two plastic folders. A clear one for cards and instax and
misc. stuff and a Pan Am because it’s really pretty and blue.

 – Is there a particular time of day that you find yourself using your traveler’s notebook more than others?
I like using it really
early in the morning to set up my day or really late at night to debrief and
figure out what I have to do next. It settles me and quiets my mind.

– Do you have any favorite accessories that you keep or use with your
Traveler’s Notebook? 

I have two pen holders,
some samples of washi stored in either of 
the two zipper pouches. I never leave the house without a Field Notes,
preferably tucked into the TN’s elastic. I’m addicted to stamps and stickers,
so anything of the sort I can get my hands on goes straight into the TN or FN. I also
use two clips on either side of the refills I’m writing on to keep the TN open.

– What are your go-to pens (or all-time favorite ones) at the

I love anything with a fine
point such as the Sakura Micron 005 or Hi Tec C 0.3. The Zebra Sarasa 0.3 is
also a favourite. My favourite fountain pens to use right now
are the TWSBI Eco with a stub nib and Kaweco  AL Sport stonewashed in blue with a stub nib
as well. I love stub nibs.

– Are there any craft or stationery stores that you

Muji is always a favourite.
As for more specialised stationery in Paris, there is this awesome shop
called Merci where I can actually get my hands on TN related things and other
great stationery items. Otherwise I loved going to Loft in Tokyo and of course
the Traveler’s Factory both in Nakameguro and the Narita Airport shop. Online,
Jetpens is always a good site to keep my eye on for super fine pens and
fountain pens.

  – Favorite color?
Blue, no question.

– Favorite food?
Anything over rice. Savoury
things, rather than sweet. Also coffee, if coffee is considered a food, because
to me it pretty much is.

– What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
Hmm. I studied to be a
lawyer. Liked photography much better.

– What advice, tip, or suggestion would you give for
anyone looking to start their own path in journaling?

Just go ahead and try it.
It’s fine if you don’t do it every day. Also, don’t be intimidated by pristine blank
pages. And watch what other people are doing. Instagram is a perpetual source
of inspiration to me.

– Other than writing, what are some of your other
hobbies and interests?

I love film photography, I
collect vintage cameras as well as 35mm and 120mm film. My favourite are my
Rolleiflex and my brown Polaroid SX70. I’m also a big fan of Hercule Poirot in every incarnation and can’t
go to bed without reading for a good long while.


Amandine, thank you so much for giving us a peek and sharing your Traveler’s Notebooks with us!

And for all you wonderful readers looking to find more of Amandine’s travel adventures and daily journalings, you can find her hanging out here-
INSTAGRAM: @ragemore

**Click here to see more journal inspirations and past guests on The Journal Diaries.**

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192 pages for a 6-month record

Size: A5

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How to Make Beautiful Midori-Style Traveler’s Notebooks

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Hello. My name is Gareth Branwyn and I am a notebook addict. I have co-designed/edited several notebooks, including the Maker’s Notebook, have handmade my own, and have an embarrassingly large collection of commercial blank journals.

So, it’s no wonder that I loved Linn’s latest video on her Darbin Orvar channel. In it, she shows you how to make a Midori-style traveler’s notebook. This is a type of unbound journal system with a leather cover and the ability to easily add and remove signatures (bound subsections) of notebook pages and other organizing materials that simply slide under the elastic string holding the book together. An elastic tie fed through a hole in the cover’s spine holds the cover closed when not in use.

Most of what you need to build a project like this you likely already have on-hand: tools for cutting, folding, hole-punching, and a printer for creating your notebook pages. You will also need leather for the cover, thin card for the covers of the notebook signatures, and the paper for the notebook pages themselves. For Linn’s book, she added a pocket insert made of cloth. If you do one of these, you’ll also need a sewing machine and whatever fabric you wish to use.

The first thing Linn did was to cut the leather to size (she decided to make her books 215mm x 265mm) and then she punched five holes for the binding, threading elastic string into them to create the binding string and the loop closure for the cover.

With the cover ready to go, Linn then printed and cut the notebook covers and pages to size and then punched and threaded each of these signatures with string. She made three signatures in her book: one with blank paper, one lined, and one with gridded graph paper.

With the notebook cover and signatures complete, Linn decided to create another accessory for her book, a set of fabric pockets. The back of this insert sports a full-sized vertical pocket, while the front section has a series of smaller pockets for holding money, credit cards, business cards, etc. She made a flap to cover these front pockets so that the contents can’t fall out.

I am so inspired by this project that I’m thinking of making my own and making additional ones to give out as holiday gifts. There is so much customization potential here. You can print out whatever types of grids and guides that you want, design your own notebook and signature covers, add you own unique reference section; there are so many creative possibilities here.

Imagine how amazing one of these would look with your own design embossed or stamped onto the leather cover and the covers of the signatures — and whatever other custom touches and personal branding you wish to add. Also, if you make your cover the size of an existing Midori, you can buy their notebook inserts and other accessories. You can also find Midori-style covers online if you just want to create your own custom innards. There are so many options. I, for one, am already having a ball thinking through all of the possibilities for my own notebook design.

DIY: How to Make Midori Travelers Notebook Inserts

When you have a Midori Traveler’s Notebook, you need inserts to write and draw in. Lots and lots of inserts! And if you’re a stationery nerd, you just want to make your own and see what you can create. So that’s what I’ve done! Let me teach you how to make your own traveler’s notebook inserts from a spare sketchbook or dot grid paper pad. This will be a step-by-step DIY guide for cheap & creative inserts with lots of photos along the way.

I have been using a Midori-like Traveler’s Notebook for several months now and I love it! For those who haven’t heard of this, it’s basically a leather notebook cover with a system of elastic bands inside the spine where you are able to arrange paper notebook inserts inside. Over the years, I’ve heard several creative professionals mention they use the system for brainstorming, brain-dumping, commonplace books, bullet journaling, planners and anything under the sun that needs to be captured on paper. So I started investigating my options. Let’s jump in and learn how to make traveler’s notebook inserts, shall we?

Disclaimer: This tutorial contains affiliate links which means if you make a purchase using one of the links below, I will receive a small commission from that purchase at no additional cost to you. These small affiliate commissions help to support my ability to purchase additional products and share reviews with you. No part of this tutorial was sponsored by a brand or third party company.

All opinions are my own.

First you need a cover – Traveler’s Notebook Cover Options

Besides the notebook cover, you need inserts (paper notebooks that fit inside the leather notebook cover). I can buy name brand Midori inserts, but they are a bit pricey and not readily available to me locally. So I’ve been playing with my art supplies to make a few of my own. Want to see how I did it?

How to Make Traveler’s Notebook Dot Grid Inserts

I am a former scrapbooker (or is that one of those things were if you were once a scrapbooker, you’re always a scrapbooker?).  But what this means is that I’ve got a LOT of paper supplies still hanging around. I am a stationery nerd, after all. I grabbed a few sheets of 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock – kraft paper colored – and my X-Acto knife, bone folder, and ruler. Then I needed paper. I found a great sketch notebook at TJ Maxx recently and the paper inside is a heavy art paper with a dot-grid printed in light gray. But if you’re not as paper-obsessed as I am and don’t have dozens of random blank notebooks just lying around, you could always pick up a Rhodia Dot Pad and deconstruct it for this project.

Here are the steps…

  1. Fold scrapbook cardstock sheet in half – set aside
  2. Cut the pages out of the sketchbook – you’ll need 12 pages
  3. Fold 12 sheets of dot grid paper in half
  4. Stack folded sheets together and add the scrapbook cardstock sheet as the cover
  5. Secure the spine with staples (or if you prefer, you can stitch it using this method of bookbinding using thread)
  6. Measure the height and width you need to fit your traveler’s notebook cover
  7. Trim off the excess edges of your notebook insert
  8. Done!


Here are the details with photos

  • Cut the pages out of the sketchbook – you’ll need 12 pages

If you’re using a recycled sketchbook, like I am, then you’ll need to cut the pages out of the notebook using a craft knife and metal ruler. In the picture below you’ll see I’m using a standard metal ruler. Those things can be dangerous when using a craft knife … so you might want to get a safety ruler that will guard your fingers against any knife-slippage-mishaps. Youch!

Use your craft knife and a metal ruler to cut the pages out of an existing dot-grid notebook


  • Fold 12 sheets of dot grid paper in half

Once you have all your pages out of the recycled sketchbook, you’ll need to fold them in half. If you’re using a dot grid paper, it doesn’t matter which way you fold. But if you’re using a lined page, make sure you fold it so your lines are going in the correct direction once your book is assembled. (I’m not admitting to anything, I’m just telling you to pay attention – sometimes stationery nerds don’t watch every detail. hehe)  To get a strong, crisp fold, I use a bone folder but any rigid straight edge will work (like the back of a butter knife).

Fold your individual pages, stack them together, then staple the spine


  • Stack folded sheets together and add the scrapbook cardstock sheet as the cover

I like the craft paper cardstock that I’m using in the photos here, but you can use whatever you have on hand. If you’re like me, you’ve got a huge supply of scrapbook cardstock in a million different colors and patterns. One of my favorite brands is K & Company. Right now I’m working out of a beautiful page of double-sided cardstock called Jubilee Designer Cardstock.

K&Company Jubilee Cardstock is my current favorite scrapbook paper to use in making my own notebooks.


  • Secure the spine with staples

I usually just use a stapler for this part, but you’re free to get creative and do a stitched binding method. This video by Sea Lemon is really good and she walks you through how to do saddle stitch with thread. But I’m a bit lazy and need immediate gratification (true confessions!) and prefer to use a stapler. In the pictures, you’ll see my old Sparco brand long-reach stapler. This worked for me for a while but it has its limits.  You can only staple about 10-12 pages before it starts to jam up. Then I discovered the PaperPro Long Reach Stapler and fell in love – and it can staple up to 30 pages at once!

Could you indulge me for a moment of stapler-obsession?  Not only do I have the long reach version for making my own notebooks, but I also have the PaperPro Executive that sits on my desk at work, the PaperPro Compact size that I use at home …  and even the ultra-tiny Nano PaperPro stapler that fits in my pencil case. I guess maybe I’m a PaperPro fangirl. I should get them all together for a family portrait or something. Oh boy… this is getting embarrassing.

OK – moving on. Staple the spine. Use whatever stapler you want to use, but you know which one I love.

  • Trim off the excess in both height and width

Regular Midori inserts measure 8.25″ x 4.33″ if you’re using the traditional traveler’s size cover.  But there are dozens of different size traveler’s notebooks nowadays, so make sure you check which size your notebook holds and trim accordingly. This step takes patience and a steady hand. Again, I recommend you use a safety ruler and a super sharp X-Acto Craft Knife. Don’t try to cut through the entire book at once, just take it bit-by-bit and make several passes until you’re all the way through the stack.

Be VERY careful with this step. Go slow and use just enough pressure to cut through a few sheets of paper at a time. If you want a much safer and easier way to cut the edge of your book, you might want to invest in a heavy-duty paper trimmer with a safety paper clamp. This is one that comes highly recommend: Giantex Heavy-Duty Guillotine Trimmer

Go slow and take it little by little until you’ve cut off the excess edge of your traveler’s notebook insert


These are the 3 inserts I’ve made in just the past couple of days. The yellow one is being used as part of a decluttering challenge I’m part of for the year – I’m using it to keep track of the stuff I get rid of. I just used some cute washi tape and an inspirational quote card to decorate the front.

When I first got my travelers notebook, I expected to use it as a simple way to capture task and shopping lists, brain dumps and a bit of brainstorming. But I’ve found that I am using it for a lot more than just that. I’ve started a little art journal that’s got a bit of “smashbooking” twist to it (I’ll show it to you in a future post). I’d like to make an insert with watercolor paper too – I bet it’d be fun to use my little watercolor set since it’s so portable.

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Are you part of the Travelers Notebook community? I’d love to see yours… not just your inserts (homemade or not), but also your leather notebook. You know what I mean. They’re like candy for the soul! So please share.


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Making Your Own 5 Minute Journal Customized In Midori Notebook


There’s several reasons that I believe you should use a daily notebook or journal, from having a good start to your day to setting weekly goals and challenges to help move projects along  – and I got my start by using both the 5 minute journal and the EOFire / Freedom journal (more of a business oriented angle).

Over time I realized that I needed a customized journal so I combined what I liked about both and worked it into my Midori notebook that is still going strong after 9+ months.

It’s very much a work in progress but you can see in the video how it’s being used and why I like having it in my notebook instead of separate.

There are some features that I give up by doing this – some of the more business oriented goal setting of the EOFire notebook doesn’t fit into this – although I may do some changes soon to get things like 10 day goals and sprints into the booklet format.

That said, having it located inside my notebook which I use on a daily basis and is already part of my daily review is a big bonus. On top of that I can customize it as needed.

If you aren’t familiar with any of these journals or ideas, I highly suggest checking them out. They don’t cost very much and they are very helpful for getting your mental state aligned with your goals and getting you going each day in the right direction – as well as providing feedback at the end of the day on how things actually panned out.

In the video you can see how I set up mine so that I included the parts that I wanted and needed – taking the very best of what worked and leaving out the parts that didn’t work. That isn’t to say that certain parts won’t work for you, be sure to test and find out what gets you the results you want.

It’s also easy to incorporate customization into the Midori journal. Although their inserts are really nice and useful, it’s fairly easy and painless to set up your own inserts like mine.

The main part is to create template that has the components you want, and then getting it to the right size. Once you’ve got that down and done a few iterations to fix issues,  you can save it and reprint / cut to size as needed when you run out.

Do yourself a favor and at least look into the idea of customized journals.

“Japan: Styles and Lives” Magazine


  • Full version of the journal

  • Cover

  • Contents

  • Customs: Koinobori decoration. Sign of Japanese May

  • Interview: Midori Yamada. Big friend of Russia

  • Cinema: Friendship between Nations. Through joint Japanese-Russian films

  • Region Detail: Ishikawa Prefecture

  • Pop Culture: The Power of Sports Born by Manga

  • Food & Culture: Food for the Soul – Ramen

  • Hi-tech: Central bank digital currency

  • Book: Adler’s Ideas in the Dostoevsky Style.Rethinking of individual psychology by the Japanese philosopher

  • Tradition: Wadaiko on all accents

  • Art: Majestic nature fits in a pot

  • Crossword


























90,000 🛍 Personalized midori A5 leather travel journal, reusable notepad, leather passport and passport holder, 3347 travel organizer. 21₽

Size and fits

Case size (closed): 23cm x 16cm (9 “x 6.3”), fits laptop A5

Comes with one A5 notebook (100 pages), blank and lined pages available. Please select a page style (blank or lined) at checkout


✔ High quality premium bovine leather
✔100% hand cut and hand sewing with skilled craftsmanship

Hand embroidery

Why do we celebrate and insist on hand sewing our leather goods?

Leather sewing machines usually use “lock stitch”, if only one loop of the lock stitch is broken, the other side will be loosened automatically, often this unpacking process will be continued until the whole product is destroyed.The hand-stitched leather product will not open if one stitch is broken due to its special design from the saddle, which is only achieved by hand!

Although slower, hand sewing is superior to machine sewing. This is the best way to sew leather together, hand-stitched leather product will be more durable and will stand the test of time!

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Dokibook cute traveler Notebook refill filler Paper Notebooks and magazines Inner Core for Midori planner school supplies

Dokybook Cute Traveler’s notebook Refill filler paper notebooks and journals inner core for planner Midori school stationery Name: Travelers notebook standard size paper filler
Material: 120g writing paper
Type: Blank and grid paper
Dimensions: 110×210 mm Shipping:
1 . ..Items will be shipped within 1-7 business days upon receipt of your payment. Please check your address after you pay, we will send it as your order. 3. we will send the item at random, if you want a specific shipping method, please tell us, not just select it on the product web page only. It usually takes 15-60 business days to arrive. Sometimes it would be longer because of the bad weather, please wait patiently when you don’t receive your item on time.If you don’t receive the item, please contact us, and then we will help you track it. About Chromatic:
1. All items provide photos for professional photographer, carefully record the system and color as far as possible and the actual adjustment of the item, physical.

2. but due to the lamp light, color deviation display, personal understanding of different colors, the object may be some kind of color photography, with this problem does not belong to the quality problem of commodities, the final color with the actual goods should prevail.
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Botanical midori notebook

Added: 24.10.2018 13:36:00

Master class from international seminar on new products STAMPERIA 2018-2019 .
Making a botanical midori-style notebook. In our work we use new items of scrap paper from STAMPERIA (and it is simply unique!) And thick paper for creativity “Stone Paper”.
Teacher: Monika Paruta

Midori is a Japanese travel notebook or notebook. It has a simple design and all parts can be changed or supplemented. The book consists of a cover, insert sheets or notebook blocks and an elastic band holding the notebook pieces and the cover.
We complete the internal filling as conveniently – notebooks and envelopes, files and folders, document holders to make the notebook more individual.

Notepad can be made tourist, paste photos, receipts, museum tickets and other various pieces of paper.After all, how nice it is later, leafing through the notebook, to relive the pleasant moments of the trip.
Blocks for notes can be with or without ruled, different colors and even paper of different quality (for writing or for drawing).

We offer to make the cover of our notebook from STAMPERIA thick paper “Stone Paper” and decorate it with scrap paper clippings from the new winter collection. A kind of decoupage, especially since the properties of stone paper involve gluing paper of various densities and coloring with paints and pastes.

FOR WORK WE USE NEW STAMPERIA products for creativity:

Set of paper for scrapbooking “Winter Botany”, art. SBBL44


Description of work in pictures:

1. Cut out the shape of a notebook from the “Stone paper” paper. Folded size 17.5 x 24 cm (unfolded 35 x 24 cm + sidewalls).Side slats width 6 cm.

2. Using the fold tool, make a crease in the center of the notebook and at the side slats

3. We make pockets from cardstock or watercolor paper. We bend the fox by shifting the center 1 cm.

4. On top of the front side we make a semicircular contour.

5. Cut off the semicircle and tint the edges with a stamp pad. We make two pockets.And also a block of sheets bent in half.

6. To thread the elastic on the cover we make holes. The diagram shows the puncture sites.

7. Thread the elastic into the two upper holes. We fix one end with a knot.

we pass the elastic through the pocket and then insert it into the hole at the bottom of the notebook.

9. Next, pass the elastic through the adjacent holes and fix one more pocket and a block of sheets.

Glue the bottom of the pocket.

11. On the right side of the notebook we make holes for the elastic and thread them.

12. From scrap paper we make cover elements and decoration inside the notebook.

We age the edges of the sheets, tint.

We apply patterns with STAMPERIA silicone stamps.

Done! What midori will you make? We look at the works of Italian scrapbooking masters:

Sunday pie: dpmmax – LiveJournal

The snow that fell the day before yesterday and yesterday has not melted yet, although it has remained only on the lawns. It’s about zero outside and somehow … like November, in general. I need to make myself a coffee to wake up completely, and introduce you to the findings of this week.


the stove groans from sweet pain

when a grimy chimney sweep

with an iron brush on the roof

caresses a narrow chimney

© filcherbobers


the doctor banned raw water

but did not suggest how to dry

© NataliE


everything here belongs to camels

sand dunes saxaul

and you are sitting on a camel

you also belong to them

© Arhistratig


shame old man living above the norm

you rob a pension fund

© Mishachok


oleg suddenly changed his mind

and crawls out of the loop

and death nicho I understand

and dressing start

© korobkow


caught the Baskervilles dog

gerasim and carries to the river

she whines and licks gently

his stern face

© sometimer


Joseph in a gauze bandage

Magi from the doorstep said

who without covid certificate

that will not be allowed to see the baby

© bullet


the surgeon took the leg from Gleb

but not even three minutes have passed

like this leg at the surgeon

took away the gray-haired deputy head physician

© Hobot Exact


te nine is only image

what you want to say

and how people will hear you

and how will they understand you

© rucheynik


seeds of firemen feared

he was still afraid of fire

but most of all he was afraid of

their strange relationship

© Gavriloff


now they are putting up Christmas trees so early

you can’t look at them yet

they are for the new year and we need

blinking by passing

© ay em


our oboist at the end of the concert

lips fused with a mouthpiece

and in combination with glasses

resembles a mosquito

© Imp


found your poems and letters

frustrated roar

how could you be a dead beast

write so cool and not for me

© ️ ironichna-osoba


leaving the branded container

escaped carrying out window

well, no shit, it breathed


© iLTi


she was looking for adventure

was blush and fresh

until fate planted


© Elvira


you won’t obey then I

you soda cutlets

I’ll put it in a parcel with cats

and I will sign Vladivostok

© lux_fer


shorter neural network guys

how can I explain it to you

Imagine if everything from everyone would be

could have children

© Taifa


evgeniy took a knife out of his heart

and began to jump out the window


that the window is not an option

© colic


death comes then


and I’m afraid to open my eyes

and I touch my world as I did

tooth hole with tongue

© Midori


normally convex people

do not match sometimes

landscape features

with normally convex people



escaped from the mausoleum Lenin

took the bridge to the station and instagram

because he understands the importance of

advertisements for the power plant

© Viko


in the pocket of a gypsy autumn

wind noise dust and dirt roads

withered grass and stars

and inexpensive heroin

© Clever Masha


learned bad things

it immediately became good

© Chase


brought documentary feature

about sex and aliens

you have a young technician in your magazine

would like to publish

© Realist


oksana laid eggs

smaller with speck oleg

here is blue from sergey

and this is the black one

© OM



for the management of oxana

commands are quite simple

sex borscht sit lie cancel


© Gorobets


crossed non-equator

lookout reported

and the psychonauts were silent

in psycho ship compartments

© Gorobets


I walked in like this, I got undressed like that

and so pulled off her boots

what a shame about the packages

with chicken legs and booze

© Pechenyulya


hello sad dumplings

I’m happy to see that you are

but I’m not here at all

I need ice for a mojito

© ilya sheets


________________________________________ _________

Limerick from Gato Lange:

* * *

Erected at night in Malaga

monument dedicated to the salaga,

and by noon, demolishing,

they are wailing about love,

ripping panties on Spanish flags.

* * *

They say that the inhabitants of Ronda

create illegal funds

and shove


on the sly (as always!)

dividends – some from the gang, some from the opposition.

* * *

It is said that yesterday Nottingham

will be visited by the one who will eat tomorrow,

true, tomorrow – hurray! –

comes yesterday,

and even then, they say, not quite.

* * *

At the geologists from Benalmadina

only hills or depressions on mind,

a about gold with platinum

say: “Not paid.

We only sleep in a similar situation. ”

* * *

In the Belarusian village Vasyuki,

that stands near the Volga River

at the confluence with the Tiber,

was offered to choose from, –

We did not choose

. We can’t handle it.

* * *

Pirate of Isafjordur

is sometimes annoyed by a figure:

the belly doesn’t give

climb the foresail or mainsail,

is why nature boils over.

* * *

I visited Invercargill yesterday

and such a forecast for everyone,

that four hags,

standing up from the middle leg,

broke up into quanta and quarks.

* * *

The day before the day before yesterday Tuymazy

visited the light image of gyurza,

told population

everything about pikes and dictates,

inadvertently revolted the lower classes.


Share your own baked goods and finds.

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