Flash Post: Rock, Paper, Hold The Scissors


What It Is:Notebooks made from, believe it or not, rocks. Specifically, limestone that’s been ground down to a fine pulp and processed into these tree-free, biodegradable, uber green notebooks. Aside from preserving our wordly woods, these notebooks require no bleach, don’t pollute any water during production, and have no post-production waste. Plus they come in multiple designer-y styles to suit everyone on your gift list.

Who It’s For:Your artiste friend or family member, to let them jot down their thoughts or sketches. Your eco-obsessed auntie, so she can take one step close to being the greenest person on the planet. Your graphic design coworker, to let his creativity run free without worrying about how much paper he’s using up.

What It Costs:Each notebook is $11.99.

Where It’s At:Goneshopping.ca is one such purchase location, although I imagine you can find them at a variety of places across the nation.

Comments
4 Responses to “Flash Post: Rock, Paper, Hold The Scissors”
  1. leah says:

    Tree free? Sounds neat. I think the price point is great too. #cgg

  2. Sophia says:

    A friend gave me a rock paper notebook recently and I just adore the idea that no trees were harmed in the production process! 🙂 #cgg

  3. Susan says:

    Wow — I can’t believe they are made from ground limestone! Sounds like a great idea and I love the idea of no waste and no trees being cut down! #CGG

  4. Victoria Ess says:

    I like this idea — I need to find a store that sells it so I can see it first! #CGG

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