Custom Office Moleskines

My office is a very Do-It-Yourself kind of place: we make breakfast bars in the Big Fancy Kitchen (BFK), test potential clients’ food products in the conference room, and hike mountains on our staff retreat. And when the Boss wants to make a retreat goodie bag for every employee, we interns get down with our crafty selves.

So that’s how I ended up cutting and pasting through a set of 10 large ruled Moleskine notebooks …despite my general aversion to Moleskine notebooks. Our retreat focus this year was “ReFresh” –note the clever use of company name! –and, as always, green dominates our color scheme.

Note to those interested in attempting a similar project: if you have a laser printer that uses toner oil, Lasertran is a pretty sweet method for transferring images onto the cover. However, if your office has a shiny new laser printer, chances are that it does not use toner oil and you will have wasted $30 on a pack of transfer paper. Not that I’m speaking from experience.


3 Responses to “Custom Office Moleskines”

  1. 1 Bridgett October 7, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    That is really good looking! I thought at first that you had ordered custom Moleskines. I’m not a fan of Moleskines paper but that is a classy looking upgrade to the already top notch look of the Moleskine.

  1. 1 Autumn Ink Reviews « The Orchard Trackback on October 25, 2010 at 9:53 pm
  2. 2 Autumn Ink Reviews Trackback on May 29, 2012 at 4:38 pm

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