MD Notebook's - Journal

No bells and whistles; just the pleasure of writing or sketching.

Size A6
Format Lined

These MD Notebooks are a minimalists dream! 

No bells and whistles; just the pleasure of writing, sketching, or creating. 

You'll find that your pen glides effortlessly across the page with no bleed through or feathering. 

These Notebooks come in 2 sizes; A5 & A6

Threaded binding makes the pages both robust and easy to open. With the binding’s ability to open to a full 180 degrees and lay perfectly flat you'll be able to create to your hearts content and in ultimate comfort. 

In short, these notebooks are amazing to write in and extremely versatile, (see how 'The Paper Kind' uses hers)


Standard Shipping Costs:

UK: £4.95

EU: Our shipping costs vary by country and are calculated at checkout.

USA: from $10.50 (charged in local currency)

Rest of the world:

We Ship Internationally. We take care of VAT and customs duty for EU customers. Your order will be shipped within 48 hours when in stock, please refer to lead times of the product you are buying, as some handmade / hand dipped products may take longer until we send them. Delivery is calculated from dispatch. All UK orders are shipped using Royal Mail Tracked 48. If you need your order by a specific date there is a next-day Special Delivery option.


If your order contains a pre-order item, your whole order will be shipped together in order to minimise our carbon footprint. So please refer to pre-order delivery times in this instance. Alternatively, you can ask us to split the order. In this case additional delivery costs will apply. Please contact for further information.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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I’ve had a number of journals and this is one of my favourites so far. I really like the dots and the page size is perfect! The only downside is not having a proper cover so can be a little tricky if not sitting at a table

Piers H.
Dots Unseen

Beautiful paper but the dot grid is to pale to be useable.