Friday, April 12th, 2013

Options for using the No. 8 Rhodia pad


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At approximately 3×8″ the Rhodia No. 8 pad is no doubt the ultimate list-making tablet, but as I started thinking about what other purposes this narrow pad might serve, “Note Taking Bookmark” came to mind. I read a lot of non-fiction and I am always underlining, highlighting, and writing notes in the margins – especially when I don’t have a notebook close at hand. A single sheet from a No. 8 pad tucked inside the cover of a new book would serve the dual function of holding your place while also giving you a surface to jot down notes while reading.

Have you found any other uses for the No. 8? What if you turned it sideways?

No. 8 Specs:

  • 74 x 210 (3 x 8 ¼”)
  • 80 sheets of 80g RHODIA superfine vellum paper
  • Available in grid or lined ruling
  • Original coated card cover in orange or black
  • Card board backed
  • Micro-perforated sheets
  • A great pad for To Dos, tasks, shopping lists or to write down orders.

3 thoughts on “Options for using the No. 8 Rhodia pad

  1. This is a great idea! I’m totally stealing…ahem borrowing it (with no intention of returning it). I’ll have to think of some other ideas for the #8.

  2. I really like this suggestion, Stephanie! I don’t currently own a Rhodia pad in this size, but I often do take notes while reading, so this looks like a great idea. I’m not sure what else this size of pad could be used for. Maybe for drawing tables and charts?

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