One of the more enjoyable parts of product development is being able to take a vision and transform it into a finished item. There’s a real sense of satisfaction that comes from the work and today I’m happy to introduce you to our newest product, a Disc Bound Journal. It’s 8″ x 10″ and includes 2 covers, 12 pages, 6 tabbed dividers, and 9 – 1.5″ black discs. The tabbed dividers each have a single tab and the positioning is set so each is different, creating a cascading effect as they move from top to bottom.
You’ll see that cascade effect a couple of other times too as I show you how to add other sized and shaped pages to the journal. It creates a really interesting look that you can’t easily duplicate with journals that don’t have easy in-easy out pages like these do. The magic is in the discs that hold everything together but allow that ease of addition and removal of the pages.
In the video you see mine, where I’ve added additional pages in several shapes: 6″ x 4″ Oval cascades beautifully, as do the 3″ x 4″ and 6″ x 6″. We sell them as “Additional Pages” in packages of 10.
This journal has all kinds of potential. You can create a calendar or bullet style journal from it or use the dividers to separate yours into whatever scheme works with YOUR vision.
Supplies For This Video:
Joggles Disc Bound Journals and Additional Pages – all sizes and shapes
Dina Wakley’s Media Paint (I used Olive, Marine, and Black)