Tuesday, October 30, 2012

{Paper Coterie} A Group for You


I happened upon Paper Coterie last year with a coupon code. I'm so glad I did because I've been pleased with the photo projects I've ordered from the easy-to-use site. I've made a journal for myself and a couple others as gifts. I love carrying my journal {shown above} featuring some Instagram photos I've taken with my phone. I even added a paraphrase of a scripture I often tell myself. In the hands of a list-maker like me, it gets plenty of use, but it's held up well because there is a clear, plastic cover on the front and secure binding.

So even though the journal pages inside get scribbled on like this, the notebook has proven to be a great everyday companion as I jot down things I want to remember to do, ideas I want to spend more time thinking about and all the stops in a busy day so I don't forget anyone.

I've also ordered personalized growth charts and wall posters I love. And just this week I ordered some Christmas cards, thanks to an early-bird special, that I'm excited to receive. 

I had one question when I started using Paper Coterie: What's "coterie" mean? Maybe you're vocabulary is more extensive than mine, but in case you're also wondering ...

corterie {koh-tuh-ree} noun. 1. a group of people who associate closely. 2. an exclusive group; clique. 3. a group of prairie dogs occupying a communal burrow.

So, if you've never used Paper Coterie, I've got a deal for you! And, really, it has everything to do with documenting life and absolutely nothing to do with prairie dogs.

New customers can the code welcomejournal and get a free journal. That's an $18 value. {You will have to pay the $7 shipping, but this journal is totally worth that!}

DISCLOSURE: Compensated affiliate link used. But I seriously love these products. And that's really my journal that is never far from my side.

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