We love everything Kraft (if you haven’t noticed yet) and when Midori came out with the 020. Kraft File, we immediately got a rush of ideas of what to do with it and how to customize it. We love using the kraft file to collect all the tickets, boarding pass, stickers, or anything we came across that we wanted to save. Some of us drew on it, some went a bit crazy with the stickers and stamps, some even attached an eyelets with string to keep this baby tight so nothing could escape! How did you customized yours?
We are currently not carrying the stickers but if you are interested, let us know and we will add them to the store!
We have seen so many creative ideas on what people do with their Traveler’s Notebook that it had us working on our own creations. The best part is, we are going to show you what are some of them and how to do it so you can customize your Traveler’s Notebook. We will have several posts on DIY customization on the same Traveler’s Notebook and at the end, we will show you the final look. Read More →
Some of you might have noticed a postcard with your purchases. We at Resor Shop, are starting once again the art of handwritten postcards. It’s a nice little detail many of us have stopped doing (or never done) for our friends and family to remind them how special they are. It doesn’t take much but the differences it makes. So take your new postcard or any postcard and mail it to a friend or family! You can’t fail with this one. Who doesn’t like to receive a nice handwritten postcard every now and then?
I just found this amazing way to customize your Traveler’s Notebook by Patrick Ng. There are always millions of creative way to do this but some how Patrick manage to spicy it up a notch. He created this unique calendar to accompany the Traveler’s Notebook (Or a DIY calendar even if you don’t have a Traveler’s Notebook). Just take a look and see how to do it! This is for all those who love stationery. Read More →
Designed by Adeline Chong | Country: Singapore
“Namecards were the first step in my plan to start updating my personal brand and portfolio. I bought A4 grey cards from Fancy Paper, cut them to size by hand and edge painted them with neon red paint. Each card is hand-stamped with custom rubber stamps on both the front and back. Read More →
I just finished designing my business card but these would have been a great idea too.
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I wish my camera “collection” were this extensive but nevertheless a great way to use chalk board paint and chalk.
Saw this here