Personalised notebooks from Bookblock Original

Looking for a thoughtful gift? Or maybe fancy treating yourself?

In that case, you may want to check out Bookblock Original‘s personalised notebooks. Simply upload a photo, drawing or design to the website to create your perfect notebook.

Each notebook is created using traditional bookbinding and printing techniques. You can then customise your notebook with lined or plain paper and choose the colour of your ribbon and elastic. And, within a few days, you will have a lovely, unique notebook!

Regular readers may remember this beautiful picture my daughter drew for a competition. It was the best picture she’d ever drawn and she spent days and days on it. Sadly, she didn’t win the competition and, to make matters worse, she didn’t get her picture back. She was gutted! So it was lucky I had taken a photo of it.

Silent Sunday, My Sunday Photo, Daughter, Artwork

She loves stationery anyway, so she was over the moon when I presented her with this fabulous notebook with her picture on the cover. The picture wraps all the way round the front cover, the spine and the back cover.

Bookblock Original, Review, Notebook, Gift

Bookblock Orignal, Notebook, Review

How lovely does that look? I was also lucky enough to be sent a notebook with a photo of my three kids on too and I’m pleased to say the quality of that is just as good.

Bookblock has been creating custom notebooks for businesses and organisations in large volumes for many years, but realised there was a demand for individual, customised notebooks. So Bookblock Original was born!

I think these notebooks are great value and would make lovely gifts for proud parents or grandparents.

I was sent two Bookblock Original notebooks for the purposes of this review. All opinions are my own.

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. I really like these notebooks. It’s so sad that your daughter didn’t win the competition, that drawing is amazing. It is perfect for the notebook. I’m a bit of a stationery addict, who wouldn’t want their own creation made into a notebook?

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    • I’m not even a stationery addict, but I couldn’t say no to a notebook like this! My whole family was very impressed with the quality of it and the idea of being able to have a piece of artwork on a notebook.
      My daughter was slightly disappointed about the competition – the standard must have been very high! x

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