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- Three different mini notebooks in hues of blue, white, and black.
- The interior of each notebook features a dot-grid pattern for flexibility of use.
- Quality, smooth-finish paper takes pen and pencil beautifully.
- Attractive dandelion design gleams with gold foil stamping.
- Notebooks are pocket-sized to go anywhere!
- Each notebook measures 3-1/2” wide x 5-1/2” high.
- 64 pages each.
- Set of 3 notebooks comes shrink-wrapped.
From the Publisher
Set of 3 pretty pocket- and purse-sized Jotter Notebooks!
For mini dot journaling, note taking, list making, brush lettering, writing down creative ideas, and so much more!
Three different colors
Three different notebooks in light blue, white, and black.Cute and well-constructed.Dandelion design stamped in gold foil.
Set of three little notebooks
Set of three mini notebooks comes banded and shrink-wrapped.Jotter Notebooks set makes an attractive little gift or stocking stuffer.
Versatile dot-grid interiors
Notebook interiors feature a dot-grid pattern for maximum functionality.Use them for dot journaling, making notes or lists, sketching, lettering, and more.Premium smooth-finish paper takes pen and pencil beautifully—no bleed-through.
Purse- and pocket-sized notebooks go anywhere
Compact, all-purpose Jotters are great for home, office, school, or studio
Lightweight Jotters are ideal for travel.Tiny notebooks fit easily in your pocket, purse, bag, or backpack, for writing on the go.Tuck them in your desk drawer, too, for making notes at work.Jotters are small enough to fit in your pocket, but big enough to write, draw, letter, or dot-journal in comfortably.Beautiful and practical little notebook gems!
About our Jotter Notebooks:
Set of 3 notebooks.
Gold foil-stamped covers.
Premium smooth-finish paper supports a variety of pens and pencils.
Thick paper does not bleed through.
Sets come banded and shrink-wrapped.
Tiny notebooks measure 3-1/2” wide x 5-1/2” high. 64 pages each.
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter—and later, his wife, Edna—sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy—and our customers’ expectations—of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, circa 1948.