Music Stationary: Make It Easy to Write!


Music stationary can be a practical gift for anyone! It is especially useful for teachers who are constantly writing notes and making lists. There are several different options such as notebooks, journals, paper, etc.

Music Stationary

 

Music Note Cards

Classy looking note cards sized 12.7cm x 8.9cm. Matching envelopes with piano keyboard on the flap. 14 cards and 15 envelopes in the set.

 

Music Tree Journal

Here is a 6″ x 9″ paperback journal that has 200 lined pages for easy writing.

 

Music Journals for Composition

These journals are perfect for the composer in your life! The left-hand pages are lined for writing lyrics and ideas while the right-hand pages are staffed for writing melodies!

 

With a total of 160 pages this item includes a back cover pocket and an elastic band bookmark. Size is 15.9 cm wide x 21 cm high.

 

This 100-page journal has a classic design. It has thick, white paper to avoid ink bleed-through and is 6″ x 9″ in size. It also comes in numerous other colors such as yellow, white, red, purple, pink, black, green, blue, and charcoal with a pattern.

 

Here is another style of a 100-page journal that is 6 in. x 9 in. with a music cover.

 

This journal is perfect for the music lover who also likes butterflies! It is a larger size of 8.5″ x 11″ and 100 pages.

 

Music Magnetic Page Markers

Magnetic i-clips to mark your page! Set includes 8 clips that are 1.9cm x 2.5cm.

I hope these suggestions give you some good ideas for buying a lovely gift for someone you know and care about!

 

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About Angela

Angela is a private piano teacher who wants to share her passion for music with others of all ages. She has experience as both a piano student and a piano teacher. She has also worked with the parents of her students for several years. Angela enjoys teaching young children as well as those with special needs. She wants to share the joy of piano lessons with others! Visit http://joyfulnotes.ca/about-angela/ to find out more about her!

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