Monday, May 2nd, 2011

How Kate can tell one Webbie from another

Stephanie

Kate Marshall writes today’s guest post about how she is able to tell all of her multiple Webbies apart:

“At some point, I realized I had multiple Rhodia Webnotebooks around: ruled pages, blank pages, black cover, orange cover, generation 2.0, generation 3.0, etc. My favorite Webnotebook (“Webbie,” as Rhodia Drive has started calling them) are the large, black ones but I needed a quick way to tell one Webbie apart from the other. Labels don’t seem like much fun, especially since I can’t sketch or paint, or even draw competent stick figures. Enter…stickers! My current diary is a large, black Rhodia Webbie with unlined pages but I have similar Webbies scattered around my room, in various states of completion. So the “diary” Webbie has a Tomato Nation sticker on it, while the “school” Webbie sports a cheery “Timmy the Monkey” from Think Geek. I’m sure there’s a Webbie emblazoned with an Ink Drop sticker around here somewhere too.

So what will I do when I get my hands on a Webbie in Rhodia’s new DotGrid pattern? Ooh, stickerbooks!”


6 thoughts on “How Kate can tell one Webbie from another

  1. Haha, very clever! Thanks for throwing out the Ink Drop link in there too, I throw those stickers in with Ink Drops and let the imagination use them for what they will…labeling notebooks seems all too appropriate (especially an ink journal!!).

  2. Haha, very clever! Thanks for throwing out the Ink Drop link in there too, I throw those stickers in with Ink Drops and let the imagination use them for what they will…labeling notebooks seems all too appropriate (especially an ink journal!!).

  3. Stickers are definitely a fun way to customize a notebook! Thanks for this great tip on how to keep track of webbies of the same color and size.

  4. Stickers are definitely a fun way to customize a notebook! Thanks for this great tip on how to keep track of webbies of the same color and size.

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