Web Finds – 1 June 2015

So I hope you had a good weekend.

It is time to sit back and relax and have a read of the latest blog posts and watch some of the latest videos.

  1. Painted leather Traveler’s Notebook covers – Morgan Le Fae’s
  2. Noted! – Margate+
  3. MAKING A MIDORI FELT INSERT – Letters in November
  4. ZenKraft Terra Firma A6 X-Treme Bi-Fold Notebook – ZenKraft Traveler’s Notes
  5. What to put in your Art Journal/Insert when You aren’t “Artistic” – If Now Now, When? 
  6. Minimal Sketchkit – Pens! Paper! Pencils!
  7. Chic Sparrow Extra Wide All American in Spice – This Bug’s Life
  8. MIDORI PAGES #1 – Letters in November
  9. ZenKraft Dragon’s Blood A5 X-Treme Bi-Fold Notebook – ZenKraft Traveler’s Notes
  10. Happy Friday #47 : Blue Edition (Pan Am) Midori Traveler’s Notebook – Julia’s Bento
We are starting to monitor blogs that have TN type posts in them, if you would like your blog added to the system please contact us: travellersnotebooktimes at gmail dot com

And we have found these videos for your enjoyment as well.

  1. How I Journal My Trips or Events Ep.3 Process Video | Midori Traveler’s Notebook – MyLifeMits
  2. Midori/Fauxdori traveler’s notebook walk through – Aurora Dreams
  3. Personal Size Inserts from Traditional Size files – John Rush
  4. My Traveler’s notebook’s, their different sizes and contents – ZucchiniKitty
  5. Foxy Fix Travelers Notebook Planner Tour! – Nicole Ferland
  6. Personal Size – John Rush
  7. Midori Traveler’s Notebook – Elastic Band Customization – Stuff&Things
  8. How I journal my Midori Traveler’s Notebook | Process video – tiffybutter L
  9. DIY Fauxdori/Traveler’s Notebook Tour! | Organize My Life – rmfickfack
  10. My Traveler’s Notebooks – Made By Elissa
  11. Chic Sparrow Personal Creme Brûlée – John Rush
We are starting to monitor You Tube channels that have TN type videos in them, if you would like your blog added to the system please contact us: travellersnotebooktimes at gmail dot com
Enjoy

1 comment to Web Finds – 1 June 2015

  • Pity that I can't write on Margarete+ blog:
    For her is this;Hello Margerete, what an interesting read for which I like to say thank you. Will get me thinking for another while. by the way the shop you mentioned is called "Baumkuchen" a german word for a special cake made from several round layers of cake that are finally coated with chocolate. The pronunciation is very different to any english sound. Best to figuring this out by trying a translation portal and listen to the sound file (http://www.dict.cc/?s=baumkuchen.) enjoy 🙂