DIY Moleskine passport cover

Passport cover I’ve started packing for Singapore, and decided that whilst lovely my Kikki.K travel wallet is too chunky for such a short and straightforward trip. Lacking a nice passport cover, I ripped out the pages from last year’s Moleskine diary – which turned out to be the perfect size!

If you want to do this, use an old mini size Moleskine and tear out the inner pages, leaving the cover pages and back pocket. Paste the front cover page down onto the cover, to hide the exposed inner spine. My passport fit perfectly into the pocket when all the pages were removed. The elastic keeps everything together nice and snug – unless you look up close, it’s hard to tell it’s not just a notebook! You can probably do the same with any similar sized notebook or diary.

Happy Friday everyone!

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One comment on “DIY Moleskine passport cover
  1. ballet flats says:

    what a fantastic idea! i’m definitely trying this, i know i have tonnes of moleskines lying around somewhere…

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