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Cute Monster Coloring in Book Refill

Cute Monster Coloring in Book Refill

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Cute Monster Coloring in Book Refill
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Cute Monster Coloring in Book Refill Punched Holes (A5)

PLEASE NOTE: These inserts are specifically designed and cut to size to fit our range of wooden notebooks, and do not fit standard sized 6-hole journals.

  • Refill for our A5 wooden cover journals/notebooks.
  • Refills are packed per weight but will contain plus/minus 75 pages per pack.
  • The paper refill has the following dimensions:
    • 148mm (W) x 210mm (H)
    • Space to first punch hole: 42mm from edge
    • Space to second punch hole: 60mm from edge
    • Space to third punch hole: 79mm from edge
    • Space to fourth punch hole: 130mm from edge
    • Space to fifth punch hole: 149mm from edge
    • Space to sixth punch hole: 167mm from edge

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