Add To Your WishlistA5 recycled notebook with plain pages - Cat Characters

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    A5 recycled notebook with plain pages - Cat Characters

    We just love the designs of the very talented Ellie Good.  Her range of fully sustainable eco notebooks and jotters are made in the UK with recycled paper and printed by an eco printer.  We hope you enjoy her wonderfully quirky and original designs, available as A5 notebooks or pocket-sized A6 jotters.  The perfect addition to your eco stationery supplies!

    This design shows 5 characterful cats, from British Blue to Maine Coon. 

    • Handmade with 80 pages of 100% recycled paper 
    • Printed in the UK by an eco printing company
    • Inside, blank pages are perfect for list-makers, note-takers, doodlers and mind-mappers alike
    • A5 Size (148 x 210mm)
    • With each one sold Ellie Good donates 5p to environmental projects including City to Sea and Just One Tree.

    Also available in doggy friends, sea creatures, dabbling ducks and rainforest characters designs.

  • About Ellie Good

    About Ellie

    Ellie’s creations are inspired by nature and colour. She mixes watercolour and block-printed textures with digital lines and layering to create visuals that pack a punch and bring a smile to people’s faces. 


    Driven by the idea of ‘closing the loop’, Ellie only uses recycled, salvaged or (genuinely) sustainably-created materials on which to print. Everything is made to be recycled or reused (and reused!) Every piece of packaging is biodegradable; Ellie uses only cardboard, recycled tissue paper and corn-starch bags (the latter, only where absolutely necessary) to contain her items. With each product sold, a 5p donation is made to environmental charities and conservation projects.

  • Reviews

    Nice picture on front but seriously expensive for what is really just a few sheets of paper & flimsy card fastened with a couple non-eco staples. Poor value.

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