Dot Grid Notebooks

Dot grid paper is a fun alternative to traditional ruled or graph paper. With a dot grid any edge of the page can be “up”.  This paper is visually less cluttered than graph or ruled paper, but still provides a guide for those who like to keep their writing in a straight line. A great choice for those who like to write and doodle on the same paper! It’s nice to see the variety of choices is increasing for those who prefer dot grid paper.

Rhodia just introduced the dotPad which is a top stapled notepad available in four different sizes. The Rhodia dotPad contains white paper with pale violet dots in a 5mm x 5mm grid. This paper is super smooth and loved by fountain pen users around the world. We have a handful of these notepads available with more to follow.

The Behance Dot Grid Book is a large spiral-bound notebook filled with white paper dotted by a light grey geometric dot matrix. Behance’s other notebooks such as the Action Book and Action Pad are designed to increase productivity and organization in your life and incorporate dot grids into their designs.

Bob’s Your Uncle Pretty Vacant spiral-bound notebook offers cream colored paper with pale green dots. Gotta love the green dots! Great for doodling, sketching, drafting, or writing and made from responsibly managed forests.

WRITERSBLOK notebooks have a stitched binding, are available in small, medium and large sizes and contain cream paper with a very subtle light grey 5mm x 5mm dot grid. You can feel good using these notebooks because a percentage of sales from WRITERSBLOK goes to literacy-related programs around the USA.

Do you love dot grid paper as much as we do? What do you use your dot grid notepads for?

UPDATE: Writer’s Bloc now has a webpage dedicated to Dot Grid Notebooks. Take a look and check out the latest notebooks with dot grid paper. 

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2 Replies to “Dot Grid Notebooks”

  1. I recently bought my first dot grid paper book (a Cath Kidston fashion one with pink dots) and loved it. I had been wondering what else was available so thanks for sharing, because I definitely want to get another one.

  2. Travisthetrout – thanks for the mention of your Cath Kidston dot grid notepad. I have not seen their products here in the USA, but it’s a nice option for those in the UK or Japan. Pink dots sounds fun!

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