Sunday, May 4, 2014

The Cross-Over Notebook Review & Contest

I had the pleasure of receiving a box of various notebooks from Roaring Spring Paper Products in the last week and I was thrilled to be introduced to the Cross-Over Notebook.
This legal sized notebook has regular lines/pages on one side of the page as you can see (Image 1). If you look closely you can also see the writing on the back where I wrote horizontally with the lines on the back side of the page (Image 2).
Image 1
While there is a see-through quality, I would say that is necessary for the grid component of using both of the pages together to create graph paper.

Image 2
The unique wire-bound notebook that has college-ruled lines running the width of the page on one side, and the length of the page on the other side. This allows you to take notes three ways:

1. Wide for sketching or to illustrate diagrams
2. Standard legal pad size for writing
3. Use the backlight grid pattern the lines create for graphing

Image 3
The  lines in the image above (Image 3) appear darker than they are in the notebook, but don't let that stop you from trying this unique and versatile notebook!

If you'd like to win one of your own, just do one of the following and let me know with a comment in this blog post. Remember to leave your email (or to send that separately) so that I can contact you if you win! You can do one of each for 4 entries if you'd like. Good Luck!

1. Mention this contest on Facebook with a link
2. Mention this contest on Twitter with a link
3.. Like Roaring Spring Paper Products on Facebook
4. Mention this contest on your blog with a link to this page

Winner will be selected randomly on May 10, 2014.
 


6 comments:

Janel Gradowski said...

I tweeted about the contest. jgbeads(at)gmail(dot)com

Janel Gradowski said...

I liked the Roaring Spring Paper page on Facebook.
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Randi said...

Tweeted! https://twitter.com/RandiGS/status/463707226243215361

Randi said...

Liked on Facebook, too.

Susan Falkler said...

I liked on Facebook.
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Gill said...

I liked on facebook
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