DIY moleskine penholder

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Henrik Heigl shared this DIY project for a penholder on a Moleskine made out of an (old) lanyard.

Learn how to make this sturdy and sleek accoutrement to your notebook at his website, Braincache.

Print it in Moleskine MSK format
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5 Responses to DIY moleskine penholder

  1. Mal* says:

    What a great idea! I’m always looking for this kind of practical solution, so thanks for posting it!

  2. Fred Berktin says:

    Do you guys/Gals want the ultimate pen holder, then get the Pen Clip. I found it on http://www.moleskine.dk on line. It is expemsive especially if you have to add the freight. I had mine shipped from Denmark to Canada, cost me a bundle but it is so amazingly worth it. Just check the site out.
    I was arguing with a friend who critisized me for spending so much mone =y on a gadget. My comment to him was that I an average blue collar worker gets the same pleasure from such a neat gadget as you get from your fancy cars.
    Pen clip…expensive..yes…does it feel good to own it (I have 2) absolutely.. Is it worth it…what price do you put on feeling good?

  3. bogiesan says:

    That thing is so elegantly cool.
    For the curious, just what does “expensive” mean?

    david boise ID

  4. Sophie Brown says:

    I’m not sure, it looks like a Danish website and I couldn’t figure it out during a quick look.

  5. Fred Berktin says:

    Sophie,
    You can also see it on my facebook, Moleskine photo album.
    Search me under Fred Berktin or fberktin@rogers.com

    http://www.moleskine.dk then click the British Flag for English, then click on the Pen Clip. You will see the pictures in use and the clip itself on it’s own. Comes in shiny stainless steel or matte, 7″ or 9″. It arrives nicely packaged with a cheap pencil (I threw the pencil away. But the clip itself is amazing.
    I don’t know how to post pictures, so you’ll have to go to the site and check it out yourself.
    David from Boise ID put it so well, “for the curious what does “expensive” mean?

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