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The Landmade Cork Journal is Distinct and Traditional

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 15, 2011 • References: bookbinders.3dcartstores and coolhunting
Although many people are forgoing traditional notebooks for more technological ones, the Landmade Cork Journal may entice you to cherish the written word again thanks to its extremely eco-friendly existence. Not only is it made out of natural, sustainably-harvested cork, hence its name, it also boasts acid-free paper and glue-free binding.

Created by New Jersey-based Michael Roger Press, the Landmade Cork Journal uses a traditional Smyth sewn binding technique that makes it extra strong and allows it to lie open flat. Due to its natural materials, each notebook is quite unique despite its standard shapes.

Available in two sizes with lined or unlined pages, the Landmade Cork Journal is priced at $10 and $17. This would be the perfect gift for the avid writer.