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To avoid being bored: this brown journal/pocket notebook is perfect to sketch, jot down ideas, things to do, inspirations, wishes, doodles...the possibilities will go on.

It has a brown smooth, soft leather texture with the quote, "I am terrified of being bored" stamped in black water-resistant ink on the front. (Quoted from Marie Antoinette)

**due to the fact that the quote is a stamp, I am unable to customize personalized sayings etc. I may have a generic sentiment that could be put in its place, but unfortunately I am not able to customize this book**

There are 96 blank pages inside.

The journal/notebook measures 6"x4.5" and has rounded corners.
(no other sizes available)

It has a matching brown elastic to hold the covers together (and can be used as a place marker)

It has a ribbon attached to the book to use as a place marker.

Please send me a conversation message if you would like a custom order. (if you would like another image on the front, for example)

I am terrified of being bored tags:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/65373865/i-am-terrified-of-being-bored-altered

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http://www.etsy.com/listing/64165422/white-rabbit-from-alice-in-wonderland

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http://www.etsy.com/listing/62626916/make-a-wish-vintage-notecards-set-of-5



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I Am Terrified of Being Bored - Altered Journal/Notebook/Diary - Brown Leather Appearance - Marie Antoinette quote

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