Reused Recycled Notepad

$4

What happens to the calendars of years past? All too often, they get recycled, or worse, thrown away. And we don't like that. Instead of just throwing them into the recycling bin, we've decided to reuse and repurpose them as wonderful little notepads. The nice 100% post-consumer recycled paper is perfect for writing on.

Made from Nikki McClure's previous calendars, the back pages are beautiful scraps of art, a colorful collection of images to fan through as you're writing your daily to-do's and household notes. Glue-bound at the top and backed with recycled chipboard. Contains roughly sixty sheets.

Size: 5.75" wide x 5.5" tall x .5" thick

Meet the Maker: Nikki McClure
Nikki lives in Olympia, Washington. She makes a calendar every year as well as many books and pies. Her images are cut from black paper with an x-acto knife. Sometimes she collaborates with her husband Jay T. Scott making lamps, and with her son collecting sticks and building forts. 

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