Giveaway: Win a Recycled Book Journal from Ex Libris Anonymous

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book journals by Ex Libris Anonymous

Don’t you just love a good journal? Ex Libris Anonymous creates upcycled book journals from vintage hardbacks!

Jacob├é┬áDeatherage at Ex Libris Anonymous makes beautiful recycled journals from vintage books in his Portland, Oregon studio. Back in August I featured one of Jacob’s journals in a roundup of handmade school supplies, and Jacob is now generously offering up a journal to one lucky Glue and Glitter reader! Check out giveaway deets below.

Jacob lovingly salvages the covers and some of the very best pages from the vintage books that he finds and turns them into spiral notebooks, and he’s been making and selling his journals since 2000. I love how much character each Ex Libris journal has. The salvaged pages are like fun little surprises on the journaling journey!

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You can find Jacob’s selection of handmade journals on the Ex Libris Anonymous site.

Giveaway Details

This giveaway is for one Ex Libris Anonymous journal. In order to enter, you do need to use a valid email address in the email field, since that’s how I’ll contact the winner. Don’t worry – I won’t use the email address for anything but contacting the winner.

To enter, just drop a comment below telling us your favorite journal from the Ex Libris Anonymous shop!

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11 comments on “Giveaway: Win a Recycled Book Journal from Ex Libris Anonymous
  1. Pingback: Ex Libris Anonymous | Glue and Glitter

  2. I love this site so much. I’ve bought these as gifts but not for myself. I love the Freezer Cookbook and the army ants book.

  3. What an awesome idea, I love these my favorite is Rodales Naturally great Foods Cookbook. I remember these books from when I was raising my children. Thank you for the walk down memory lane and a really awesome product.

  4. I am torn between Benny and the Bear (the art style is so reminiscent of the library books we would check out when I was young) and Adventures in Appreciation, which has got to be one of the coolest book titles I have ever seen.

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