I’ve been wondering how to save all the meeting and shoot doodles from my Kokuyo binder notebook. With a little free time yesterday, plus an Elmer’s Glue Stick, I tried my hand at collage in a Moleskine. So far, so good. I decided not to trim flush to the doodles, but to leave obvious white borders, to remind me of their source. The collages, I admit, could do with a little more purposefulness. I don’t know why I decided to cover the writing on one page and leave the other alone.
This might inspire me to reserve a Moleskine for collage. I think the regular unlined would work. The sketch Moleskines do have thicker, sturdier paper, but it seems a bit of a waste to use them only as a mounting surface.