I first read about Daycraft over at the Paper Lovestory blog~ (one of my favorite blogs to read about time management, stationery and washi tape). It was from Paper Lovestory that I learned the tip about using washi tape in place of highlighters in my day planner. (This is so life changing! I’m always looking for excuses to use washi tape, and this is one of the most useful and practical tips ever. Thanks, Angela!)
[A sidebar for those of you not in the washi-tape know: some washi tapes are removable and reusable, so you can use the same labels again on different pages. Unlike highlighters, washi tape labels don’t bleed over to the other side of the page]
Anyway, during one of my visits to Paper Lovestory, I happened upon Angela’s review of Daycraft’s Animal Pals notebooks. (The expression on the chameleon’s face just kills me). So, out of curiousity, I clicked over to Daycraft’s website for a look at their other merchandise.
Since I’m obsessed with all things related to bread, one of the first items that caught my fancy was the bRead notebook.
Daycraft also includes a cute video about the notebook, which you can see here:
The other item that caught my attention is the Signature Duo notebook, which I think may be perfect for left-handers like me, since there is no spiral binding to contend with. The “duo” feature means that I can probably use one side of the notebook for work related notes, and the other side for blog related ideas ( ideas which always seem to emerge during work meetings…)
From the product specifications listed on their website, the notebook includes two types of layouts (lined and dotted paper) so the lined section would be perfect for meeting notes, and the dotted section would be just right for blog notes, which honestly sometimes begin as a random hodgepodge of scribbles and arrows.
Check out Daycraft’s website here: http://daycraft.co (and now I’m deeply tempted by their cookie bookie notebook) According to their website, Daycraft is available for purchase at Eslite bookstores in Taiwan.