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Item: 943151 Model: 30615007
K and Company Retro Blue SMASH Folio, with embossed chipboard cover stores all of your favorite things with throw-back appeal. But these aren't just your ordinary journal pages, they're covered with peachy-keen typography and vintage images to make design a snap. This imported package includes (1) 10.25 x 7.75 x 1 inches folio with 40 pages and glue/pen stick combo.
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I love these journals SO MUCH, I just unexpectedly found one & thought it was cute, and purchased it. I've always lived the idea of journaling, but would buy these white, lined page-filled books & then be uninspired or overwhelmed by the idea of filling those pages! But, this journal is so different! All the pages are different, some have beautiful prints, like various scrapbook pages. Others will have wording, like inspirational type sayings or even a short writing prompt, like 'Top 10', which you can interpret, then chose to elaborate on, in your own way, if you want. The journal itself is very sturdy, which I like-the pages are made of a smooth, thick, weighty stock. I like this, just in terms of tactile/feel.....but it provides a nice, smooth surface for writing or drawing on with various pens or markers. If you use highly pigmented markers, they don't bleed through, onto the other side of the page or the adjoining page. The heavy pages are also nice, because you can glue various things, from the lightest magazine clipping to even small bits and pieces of say...,..fabric or trim, paint color swatches from the store....without weighing down the paper or fear of causing it to rip or tear. The journals come with a fantastic double-ended pen, one side of which is a black, thin point marker type pen, it writes really well on the journal, and the other side is really handier than I imagined, it's a glue stick for those clippings! It actually prompts me to glue things in that I normally wouldn't think about. The pen stays with the journal, because they also have at stretchy band attached to the side, to hold it. The only issues I have, which are not very big: 1) the pages with the patterns or pictures on them, especially if the color is deep, are difficult to write on legibly/visibly, unless you are using a wider point, dark colored marker-unless the page is light, it's difficult to use a regular ink pen, or colored pen on the journal-it just doesn't show up very well. The second issue: there's no good way to save things, like pieces of paperwork, that you don't want to glue into the pages permanently. I solved this partially by just attaching a binder clip to the back for temp things, and then gluing a plastic clear envelope meant for scrapbooking, into the inside cover for other small things.