Notebook Review | Dreamday Pattern Journals | Typecast

Notebook Review | Dreamday Pattern Journals

You know me and notebooks... it's a total love affair. But I'm always on the lookout for something new and different and that's exactly what these Dreamday Journals are.


Notebook Review | Dreamday Pattern Journals
Adopting the trend of stress-busting 'adult colouring', Laurence King Publishers have created six luxe notebooks which are unique in their layout and I was lucky enough to review two of them.  Each notebook has 100 pages (uncoated ivory paper) and you get a mixture of blank and patterned pages.

The two notebooks I took a look at were the Japanese themed journal with its cherry blossom pink cover and leaf-and-wave designs and the Marrakech themed journal with the blue cover and Moroccan mosaic inspired patterns. In fact, you can have a proper sneak peek inside the journals by watching my video.



These Dreamday Journals have quickly become my desktop jot pad because I have blank paper to hand to scribble notes on but then I can while away a few minutes when on the phone or just waiting for inspiration to hit me by shading in the patterns.  But I'm sure yours would fast become a place for your own musings and shading.

To find out which Dreamday Journal would be best for you, take this fun quiz - then you can order your perfect Journal direct from the Laurence King website.  Mine was the Marrakech, which is fortuitous, isn't it?

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