Date: 2017-04-14 22:05
This Lightweight notebook features white Tomoe River paper and is perfect for bringing with you on travels. It's ultra thin, so it won't weigh you down. Kraft Those who love scrapbooking will enjoy the rustic feel of this kraft paper. You can paste maps, photos, tickets, and other items from your travels. You can enjoy this memento for years to come. Refills - Passport Size Midori Diary Paper Notebooks The refills in the smaller, passport size feature the same fantastic Midori MD paper as in the regular size refills. Here are the MD refills that are available in Passport size:
Approximately how many ounces of clay are required to cover a pen? I m planning the activity for a group of kids and need to know how much to buy please.
If you’re looking for a refillable notebook that’s more affordable, not leather, or a different size, we have a few options that you can also consider.
I make expensive pens also, and I am learning about polyclay in order to make even more expensive pens. The design given here is very simple to create, but it is also extremely attractive. Best of all, polyclay makes it easy to use designs that would be much harder to do with any other method. Not many pen makers use polyclay. Compare top quality wood, acrylics, and resin pens with top quality polyclay pens. The polyclay pens go for 8, 9, 5 times as much.
I was wondering why yo don t do the end of the pen. I have been making these and can t decide if I want to do the colored part at the end. It almost looks better the way you did it, as there is a slight dent if I go to the end.
hiii, this pens are lovely! but i have a problem, do you think i could make them with cold porcelain instead of sculplex which, in my country is reaaally expensive and hard to find, thankss for your help! great tutorial!
The instructions for the clay were great, very easy to follow. However, I used a different kind of pen, the kind with the clear plastic barrel. Let s just say it didn t work out lol! The barrel melted. So definitely use the ones specified! Other than that, which was obviously MY fault, it worked perfectly!
Sorry to hear about your pen issues. With all the pens I have used the ink has come out very easily.. If you can,t get the ink out then the pen is not suitable. as for them melting I wish I could define a brand of pen that wouldn t,t melt. I use cheap opens my husband picks up from hotels maybe the answer is to use the cheapest/crappiest pens possible!
I had to squish it back down. did you experience this problem? And how thick were the slices you did mine I think are a little thick, and were having a hard time sticking the pen unless I squished them.
Midori put a lot of thought into their signature paper. After much testing and many iterations, the paper is bleed-resistant, feather-resistant, and fountain pen friendly, all contributing to a pleasant writing experience. Refills for the Traveler's Notebook are available in these styles: