Flat cats and Moleskine

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There are plenty of Moleskine notebook users who are artistic types. I’m not one of those people, but I don’t let it stop me.

Here’s a fine example: today, I installed a flat cat onto the back pocket of one of my notebooks. What is a flat cat, you ask? It is a paper cat, with grommets for joints. Right. Why would I do this? It is a long story. All you need to know is, that it was done, and it is an example of weird things you can do with your Moleskine.

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3 Responses to Flat cats and Moleskine

  1. lillylu says:

    Did you make the flatcats? I so want one for my moleskin!

  2. tiny-dog says:

    The instructions for flatcattery are on my Strikethru post. Let me know if they make any sense! I made three.

  3. lillylu says:

    Thanks for the flatcat instuctions! I actually have the hingy-thingy tools(yeah, thats what they are called) back from when I made cards. So…I’m making flatcats this weekend.

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