I cancelled a campaign called no+es not too long ago because there was something missing. I've figured out what it is so I'm back to launch these Handcrafted Recycled Notebooks.
You see, I was going about the past campaign all wrong. I was going to move away from making these beauties by hand and get them mass produced. I've realized they will lose their essence if they were made by robots. So I'm going to keep making these pocket-sized notebooks by hand in my studio. Each notebook will be handcrafted using repurposed materials, such as craft beer packaging and scrap office paper. They will be saddle stitched and stamped by hand then sent off to you.
We live in a digital soaked world nowadays, which in itself isn't bad. So many of us have lost the opportunity to write on a regular basis or even sketch. Sometimes it's nice to go analog, pick up a pen or pencil and write a list, a mathematical equation or draw a comic strip. Heck, these are even perfect for jotting down notes about the craft beer that has just graced your lips.
Why did I come to Kickstarter. Well, first and foremost, I love this community and can't get enough. Most importantly, I could use your help raising the funds to set up proper material collection points and getting the word out there about these Handcrafted notepads.
2" X 3.25" Minimalist wallet-size notebook w/ recycled craft beer packaging cover | 10 pages | saddle stitched | hand stamped
3.5" X 5.5" Pocket-size notebook w/ recycled craft beer packaging cover | 20 pages | saddle stitched | hand stamped.
5.5" X 8.5" Journal w/ recycled craft beer packaging cover | details to come.
Stretch Goal :: $500 :: Journal size notebook
Thanks so much for looking and please share my project with all your friends. Also, use #reNote to share your recycled notebook on various social media platforms.
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Terms :: 1. There is no way to choose what package art will be on your notebook cover. :: 2. If this grows beyond my expectations, I will also be using cereal boxes. Nothing wrong with Captain Crunch. :: 3. Don't worry, I won't cancel this campaign.
Risks and challenges
The only risk I can foresee is this campaign doing much better than I expect. I will be elated if that happens and will live on coffee and granola until each one of your beautiful notepads is in the mail to you.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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