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Buy the Bundle!
This set is the first in a giant bundle of snake themed products coming this month! I have never done anything quite like this before and I am really excited about it. You can find this notebooking paper in my giant Snake Themed Bundle
or in a Snake Themed Notebook Paper Bundle with wide rule and primary rule paper. Save a bundle with my bundles!
What You Get:
This set includes 30 pages of themed notebooking paper with wide rule lines. Each page includes a different snake themed design. The set comes in color and in black and white (same images on both copies).
Who Is It For?
This set is perfect for anyone who wants something a little different. These notebooking pages work well for children and adults who have mastered writing. If you want a set with Primary Lines for younger writings I have that too!
How to Use It:
These pages should be printed off and used as notebooking paper as you see fit. Some uses include journaling, creative writing, themed reports, and getting reluctant writers more interested in writing. These can also be used as writing pages in interactive journals.
You May Also Be Interested In:
→ Dinosaur Themed Notebooking Paper
→ Owl Themed Notebooking Paper
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