Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid
Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid

Hanaduri Hanji Paper Travel Notebook Dot Grid

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This HANADURI travel notebook in dot grid is full of traditional handmade paper called Hanji. The paper is toothy yet pleasant to the touch, making it gel pen and rollerball friendly. The various bright colors that this notebook is available in are all premium pigments that complements the soft open spin feature. This notebook is compact therefore it can be used for journaling, doodling, or note-taking on the go. If you're a notebook collector, simple yet beautiful design can also be a small addition to your collection.

Available in Red, Mint, Blue, Green, Brown, or Navy.

HANADURI is a multi-disciplinary craft & design studio founded by twin sisters based in Seoul. They specialize in crafting handmade products that are reinterpreted in their own unique styles with motifs of nature, culture, and in everyday life. Inspired by various perspectives beyond the boundaries of time and space, HANADURI pursues concise and emotional designs that add warmth to their lives with timeless value, simplicity, and practicality.

Features:

  • Dot grid
  • 48 Pages
  • Open spin design
  • Printed sleeve

About Hanji paper: Hanji, the name of traditional handmade paper of Korea, has been in use for over one thousand years. Made from the inner bark of mulberry trees, it has natural fibers called “Dak” that make it strong and durable, not tearing easily. It is also pleasant to the eye and soft to the touch with a smooth texture. Hanji’s sturdiness has allowed it to be used for various purposes such as for art materials, stationery, and everyday household goods.