These premium leather items from Ugmonk look amazing. Ugmonk designer Jeff Sheldon does excellent job at paying such close attention to detail. Seriously sexy stuff. I actually wish that the premium leather case was tailored to fit on a Moleskine Notebooks. I’d love that. Maybe a future product?
Leather Bi-Fold Wallet: This uniquely designed bi-fold wallet is handcrafted from a single piece of leather which can be easily flattened for tanning and oiling. The raw leather starts out a light color and will age, darkening as it absorbs the oils from your hands and is exposed to the sun. The more you use it, the better it looks. Price: $84
Ugmonk Leather Card Case: Let’s face it. Most people carry around a lot of excess in their wallets. For those prefer a more minimal approach, this slim card case is perfect for holding just the essentials. This ultra slim design can be comfortably carried in the front or back pocket. Handcrafted right here in the USA. Price: $58
Leather Card Case: Let’s face it. Most people carry around a lot of excess in their wallets. For those prefer a more minimal approach, this slim card case is perfect for holding just the essentials. This ultra slim design can be comfortably carried in the front or back pocket. Handcrafted right here in the USA. Price: $56
Posted on 29 November '11 by Coty, under T-Shirts. No Comments.
Hello, you’ve just discovered the 365 Days of T-Shirts Project! I’ll be making something fun, T-Shirt related and (hopefully) cool for each day of 2011. Please wish me luck because I’ll need it if plan to finish the project!
Day 1: Printable T-Shirt Journal
You’re a T-Shirt fan and you’ve got a ton of T-Shirts, but no real way to keep track of them all. Say hello to the Printable T-Shirt Journal. Use this printable journal to collect and organize your passion for T-Shirts.
Tools: Stick Glue, 3-Hole Puncher
1. Print the included template using a color printer.
2. If you use thick stock paper you’ll be able to print double sided (recommended).
3. Either fold in half to make a small book or use a 3-hole puncher so that you can place your journal pages in a binder.
4. Start cataloging your T-Shirt collection!
This journal page was inspired by the various journals by Moleskine.
Download the Printable T-Shirt Journal - (598.73 kB)
This is what a sample page looks like when it’s all filled out!
This is a closer look at the Opinion / Notes section, as well as the 5 star rating system!
I provide you with a 8.5 X 11 inch page. You can print it out and fold it to make a mini book, or you can use a hole puncher and put your pages neatly inside a binder!
Posted on 1 January '11 by Coty, under Project365. 8 Comments.