Inspired by Pinterest: Midori / Travelers Notebooks Part 1

Join me for Inspired by Pinterest at My Craft Channel as I share my latest obsession of making my own Midori or Fauxdori / Travelers Notebooks, Inserts and more. If you are a list maker or note taker then you will love these. They also make great GIFTS too! I will share all of the great Pins and information I collected, tested and tried with you in this two part feature. Be sure to come back next week when we get more detailed about how to make inserts and accessories of these fun notebooks.


According to Midori’s website the company has been around since 1950. The 
Notebook itself is actually more than that. It’s a leather cover with
strategically placed elastic bands going through the leather via holes and notches 

and a notebook, generally called refills in the Midori world. There
are two sizes of Traveler’s Notebooks, the passport size and the regular size.


Pin Referenced in Today's Episode
For more card display ideas, visit my
Midori, Fauxdori & Travelers Notebooks Board
 


Join me next Thursday for another great IBP episode!

Disclaimer: Pinterest is a great place to find inspiration but not all pins lead to blogs. I tried to only pick those ideas that I could find the original creator and give credit to. Please take a moment and check out these great blogs because without them I wouldn't have content to talk about on the new My Craft Channel show Inspired by Pinterest.  

If you've never been to Pinterest and would like to check it out, you need an invite to the site to gain access (I don't know why). Just leave me a comment with your email and I'll send you an invite. However, I cannot be responsible for the time you will be spending on Pinterest!! 


4 comments:

  1. Did you share the link to the inserts from Amazon?
    thanks,
    ~danni

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  2. Can you please provide a list of supplies that you used? specifically the interface.

    Thanks!

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  3. I finally had time to sit and watch your videos! How fun! I so wish I was coming to Utah this summer so I could sit and make them with you too! I am so happy to learn your trick with the needle. I can't tell you how many times this comes up for me--I think I will just create a needle that's designated for this now. :)

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  4. What pellon did you use??? Thanks for the help thats the only thing I need to make some.

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