8 Responses to “I’m in love”

  1. Karin January 7, 2009 at 6:50 PM #

    Those covers are fabulous. My favorite is the same as yours.

  2. Duranee January 7, 2009 at 8:59 PM #

    I love any of Oberon’s products. I have a couple of journal covers, and two different planners that take refills. Really amazing stuff. I think my favorite remains that giant spreading oak tree.

  3. Brandy W January 7, 2009 at 10:15 PM #

    Great covers but alas I have a Sony reader which hubby took on his deployment 🙁

  4. Lys January 8, 2009 at 8:07 AM #

    You picked one of my favorites! I love the Dragon, Tree of Life, and World Tree. I showed the product to my mom and I think that she has already ordered one for her Kindle. (Family of Geeks – front and center)

    The feel on the Oberon products is stiffer, but I have never had an issue with my sketchbook over beeing too stiff. The more that you handle it, I think it will fit your Kindle and your usage pattern.

    The nice thing about going with a Renn Faire artisan, is that they are extremely flexible. I once spoke to them about getting a journal cover in a different design and it really wasn’t an issue. So, I think that if you want a Sony Reader size, you might want to contact them… you never know, they might be waiting for someone to ask!

    So I have to think that they are pretty accomidating.


  5. Angie January 8, 2009 at 8:52 AM #

    My lovely, lovely husband reminded me that these would be tax deductible for me. :boobie:

  6. Lys January 8, 2009 at 2:37 PM #

    That is cool!

    What a great thing, to have book related accessories considered to be tax deductions….

  7. drey January 8, 2009 at 5:00 PM #

    OMG, that’s definitely cool. Now, if only I had a Kindle to put in one…

  8. Shannon Stacey January 10, 2009 at 10:34 AM #

    I need to find some kind of cover for my iPod Touch. It’s definitely going to be my e-reader of choice, but the thing is so small and sleek and slim that it’s hard to hold onto. I end up resting my pink along the bottom to support it, and the cut-out on the sleeve for the cable port aggravates my skin.

    Weird, I know.

    Unfortunately I’ve only found sleeve-type covers for it and not the cool leather book-type cover I have for the Palm TX.

    I saw a tutorial somewhere from a guy who hollowed out the pages of a Moleskine notebook to make a “bookish” holder for his. It looked cool, but it was a little too much work.

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