Magical Crafts: How To Make a Midori Traveler’s Notebook

I use my Midori Traveler’s Notebook as a planner, a journal, a place to jot down dreams, and a place for community garden notes. This notebook is also a fantastic system for making a Book of Shadows or similar Pagan journal. It’s incredibly easy to organize and change up regardless of how you use it. I did a video of my journal set-up a few months ago.

A few folks asked how I made my own notebook. So, here is my take on making a Midori Traveler’s Notebook. Enjoy! I’m also giving a homemade Midori away. All you need to do is comment on my youtube video (or this blog post). Any comment posted between October 3-10, 2016 will be added to the giveaway. I’ll then message that person through youtube (or wordpress) directly to get a mailing address. There might also be some other awesome little goodies thrown in, too 😉

 

Supplies & Tools Used:

  1. Sheet of leather 81/2″ x 11″
  2. Leather Dye
  3. Nail and Hammer
  4. Elastic Cord 2mm
  5. Beads and or Charms (optional)
  6. Midori sized notebooks
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4 Comments Add yours

  1. lisayoung57 says:

    Thanks for the tutorial!! I might try an a5 size since those are so expensive to buy!!

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    1. Yes, the process should be the same. I like the weird Midori size, but it takes some getting use to.

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  2. Cass says:

    I only just discovered both your blog and youtube channel. I love your book reviews and especially your review about the OBOD course. I’ve been trying to decide if I want to do the course for a while but couldn’t really find any reviews to help sway my decision either way so your review was exactly what I needed. Thank you 🙂

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    1. I’m so glad that I could be helpful! I hope you enjoy the course 🙂

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