All our memo notepads are made in France from top-of-the-range, thick (260 g/m²), recycled and recyclable Italian paper, of superior thickness and quality to white or coloured Bristol paper.
Memo notepad of 120 white memo cards composed of 20 white to-do list cards + 20 white dotted cards + 20 white cards with ruler + 20 white blank cards + 20 white lined cards + 20 white grid cards.
Small handy format: A7 (74 x 105 mm).
Each of our memo cards is printed in France, using vegetable-based inks, on a top-of-the-range, recycled and recyclable Italian paper.
Foglietto memo cards are the heirs of the index cards, a stationery item invented in the 18th century by the scientist Carl Linnaeus. Index cards were already widely used when the first white Bristol paper card appeared in the 19th century. To find out more about this, we invite you to visit the “historical stationery” board of our Pinterest account or the History page of our website. Each month, we also return in images on the history of certain office supplies via our Instagram account. To do so, go to our “History” stories, on the front page of our profile.
We also invite you to visit Foglietto’s blog, the Notepad. In addition to examples of how to use your memo cards, you will find a wealth of tips and tricks to improve your organisation and time management. A number of articles will also give you a practical introduction to different ways of using your Foglietto index cards.