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The founder of Calepino fondly remembers his father's sawdusty workshop, and the notebook he'd pull out of his back pocket to tinker and scribble notes. He remembers the big red wood pen he used to transcribe measurements and draw out his plans and sketches. And it was from these memories that he decided to offer this same simple, practical method of back pocket recording for the current generation of tinkerers, writers, and craftsmen.
These notebooks are the right size for jotting ideas that come to you when you least expect them. Small, thin paper books with cardboard covers, pages whitened without any chlorine from 100% recycled fibers. They are the supply for someone who has tired of carrying a large notebook around, or finds that the best ideas they ever get always seem to arrive when they have only a pocket of crumpled napkins to write them on.
Calepino is based in Nantes and they are the last notebooks to be made entirely on French soil. The notebooks are all made locally at Imprim'Vert, a local and reputable family business in Nantes, and the cardboard comes from a French cardboard factory that's been in business since 1927. The cardboard case is assembled and folded by hand. The cardboard and paper are printed with vegetable-based ink. They are also Ange Bleu certified, the first worldwide ecolabel certification ever created.
Take this book anywhere and everywhere. It's meant to stay as close to you as your revolutionary ideas.
Where Can I Get Inexpensive Moving/packing Supplies?
If you need pads for your furniture, then I would suggest blankets that you would put on a bed. They cost about the same as the moving blankets and you get to use them over and over again when guests come over.
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There are many online options for doing this, and you can get overnight delivery. But be sure to compare prices so that the convenience isn't outweighed by price differences. A few places for this include or just do a search on packing materials. Newsprint's ok but depending on the ink it can be a mess. Other options include using towels and linens as packing material -- weighs a bit more but provides more protection, and you probably have to move it anyways.