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These Hogwarts Houses Notebooks Will Make You Want to Take Notes!

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In this age of taking pics of lectures or taking down notes using your gadgets in school (aka the laziness digital age), we found a way to make you appreciate the oldie but goodie art of pen to paper. 

We're talking about the Hogwarts Houses Notebook Set by artists Abbey Sy and Risa Rodil! A set of four blank notebooks each represents a Hogwarts house in the series: Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin!

 

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Here's a good look at the notebook covers.

Gryffindor

Hufflepuff

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Ravenclaw

Slytherin

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As for the other details, the 60 GSM notebooks are blank and are sold per set for P600. Size is A5 and it has 40 leaves. Not bad for P150 each, right? These notebooks are currently available at shop.abbey-sy.com. Tag your friends and let them know you have this on your wish list!

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