Lipat (Lee-Part) means 'fold' in Malay language. Lipat was name because the rectangular stationery case is formed by four folded sheets of washable craft paper which are then secured with metal buckles. Each sheet of Lipat is made from two layers of washable craft papers, glued, sewn together and hand-dyed to four lovely colours. It is sturdy and lovely at the same time.
This handy stationery case can be used to carry your traveling stationery on the go (example: a few coloured pens, ruler, scissors and water brush). We had also added an elastic band at the back of the case so that Lipat can be secured onto your notebooks, diary, planner or traveller’s notebook.
Lipat measurement: 19 cm (L) x 9 cm (W) x 1 cm (Thick)
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