Notebooks: Rosehip Notebooks

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Another week, another notebook. Or rather two.

IMGP3345 Pictured here are two Rosehip notebooks that I bought today: A6 Blue Peacock Feather Notebook and A6 Bluebird Notebook.

It was a hard choice to settle on one favourite from the wide range of fun designs that these notebooks come in. This was one of the reasons why I bought two notebooks. That and the fact that they are good value for money. I bought these 2 in Waterstones at Ā£1.50 ea. (Ā£3 for A5 notebooks in the same designs).

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A6 Blue Peacock Feather Notebook

  • – 100% recycled uncoated paper.
  • – plain paper.
  • – soft cover.
  • – approx 56 pages.
  • – 4mm Sq spine bound.

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Aside from the beautiful eye-catching designs, these notebooks are attractive for another reason: they are pocket sized ā€“ perfect for slipping into your bag as both a practical item and a fashion accessory.

Where can you get these notebooks?

They are made by a Bristol based company so I am unsure whether my local Waterstones only stock them because they are a local company or whether they are available in Waterstones throughout the UK.

The notebooks are available online from a number of retailers at a slightly more expensive price: One Brown Cow, Papergrain, and Papernation.

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