Ban.do Rough Draft Large Spiral Notebook with Saying, 11″ x 9″ with Pockets and 160 College Ruled Pages, There’s so Much to Look Forward to
(as of Sep 21,2021 05:28:09 UTC – Details)
Includes double sided pocket page
- 100 GSM wood-free paper
- Metal wire-o bound
- 160 lined, perforated pages
- Measures 11 inches x 9 inches
- Special centerfold page
Big ideas need big space. Sometimes the rough draft mini notebook is a little too mini to fit your huge ideas. Enter the rough draft large notebook. Let your ideas grow bigger and bigger, bound by a thick cover and a fun blue spiral. Replace your boring notepad with this encouraging notebook – it’s perfect to write down your to do list, to use as a women’s journal, kids notebook, or as the cutest college supplies.
INCLUDES 160 LINED PAGES: Hardcover notebook includes 160 lined pages for all those thoughts, ideas, to do lists, field notes, and feelings you want to get out of your brain. Each page has a perforated edge that lets you rip the pages out easily to show off your doodles and thoughts
DURABLE DESIGN: Notebook is bound by metal wire to provide added durability as you travel from point A to point B. The spiral bound notebook also has a thick hardcover that features the encouraging saying by Maddy Nye that reads, “There’s so Much to Look Forward to”
EASY ORGANIZATION: Each page of this lined notebook has the ban.do logo and a space for the date, which makes it perfect to use as a meeting notebook or travel notebook to document important days. Includes a double sided pocket page for storing loose items (and makes desk organization a breeeeze)
BONUS FEATURES: Notepad has metal spirals, a pocket page, and an adorable centerfold that helps break up the mundane. You’ll never want to be without one of these spiral notebooks again. And why should you? You’re gonna need a place to jot down all of those brilliant ideas!
STANDARD SIZE: Spiral notebook measures 11 inches (27.9 cm) long x 9 inches (22.9 cm) wide. With all that extra space you can work through even the toughest of writer’s blocks…or you can play a quick game of MASH instead. Both are valid options.