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Sponge-padded Batik Notebook


A5 Zigzag Batik Notebook with sponge-padded cover

by Singapore Anglican Community Services
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A new notebook, a fresh story.

The exquisite pattern and intense colours of the batik cover make this bestselling notebook the perfect entrée to complete your stationery set. The sponge padding of the cover gives it that touch of soft luxury. Containing 148 ruled pages with a ribbon marker, this notebook is perfect for you to pen your daily journals, to record your reflections and to jot notes.

The artistic beauty of batik design makes this notebook an attractive gift for all occasions. It comes in three distinctive colours: green, maroon and purple.

Not to forget, these notebooks are handmade by those recovering from mental illnesses and you can make a difference to their livelihood and help them live in dignity. As these books are handmade, the patterns of the batik design that you receive may differ slightly from what is presented in the picture. Nevertheless, grab a book today and write a new story.



  • 400 g
  • Notebook size: 21 x 14.7 x 1 cm
  • External dimension: 22 x 16.5 x 2.7 cm
  • 148 ruled pages
  • A ribbon marker
  • Sponge-padded cover
  • Batik cotton fabric cover available in 3 colours: Green, Maroon, Purple


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Singapore Anglican Community Services

Singapore Anglican Community Services

The passion to make a difference in the lives of others spurred Mrs. Catherine Thomas and Mr. Francis Thomas to start a ministry more than 50 years ago, to provide a clinic and counselling for the poor. Later, the ministry evolved into SACS which steadily grew in their mission to provide hope and care to the lost, broken-hearted and the handicapped. Today, SACS is an Institution of Public Character (IPC) providing professional services to over 2000 clients. It serves three distinctive groups of clients: those recovering from mental illnesses, disadvantaged women, and individuals with autism. SACS aims to provide refuge and heal wounded hearts that are marginalized by society. Read More