Lined Card Insert

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Here’s a classic by Molly from ’06:

I can’t write straight without lines, and there are the times I need
to. Especially when I am using a dip pen and shellac based ink. So I
printed a card with lines that can be seen thru the moleskine journal
page and keep it in the back, along with the blotter paper card.

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4 Responses to Lined Card Insert

  1. You can still download these writing templates from Rod Graves’ site:

    http://rodgraves.com/moleskine/

    I used them for a time but they got a little cumbersome for me. Still a great idea.

  2. Ali S. says:

    Good find! I’ve also been leaning towards finding one myself.

  3. AnnieSTL says:

    I’ve seen something similar in Japan. They use shitajiki – pencil boards to prevent indentations being made onto the other pages behind the one you’re writing on.

    Some have the lines while most have characters/mascots. Generally in plastic and usually in bigger sizes. Anyone else seen these? Know if they make them in a size suitable for moleskines?

  4. David R. Suman says:

    I print out a 1/4″ graph template on cardstock to use in my plain pocket Moleskine. The back side doubles as a blotter since I use a fountain pen to write in my journal/idea book.

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