8 ½” x 11” scrap paper (from faxes, printing mishaps and mail)
scraps of cardboard cut into 1” inch strips OR 2 wood paint mixers cut to size
-elmers glue, pvc or a glue gun
decorative scrap paper
masking tape and/or decorative tape
2. stack the pages. line up the folded sides together and the cut edges together by tapping them down into place on an even surface.
A notebook paired with a tablet is the perfect combination. That’s why it’s no coincidence that Mod is the exact size of iPad mini.
A few weeks ago, we published an article on the Manly Tradition of the Pocket Notebook. For that piece, we dug through old books to find references to how pocket notebooks had been used this past century by men in different walks of life. In the process of compiling those excerpts, we came across intriguing references to how some of the famous men of history used their pocket notebooks and decided to put together a whole post exploring that subject.
He had his leather bound notebooks custom made according to his own design idea. Each page had a tab; once a page had been used, he would tear off its tab, allowing him to easily find the next blank page for his jottings: