For the final giveaway for National Stationery Week, I thought it would be perfect to tie it in with Fountain Pen Friday. I absolutely love fountain pens. There’s something satisfying about writing with a fountain pen and ink. I’m pretty sure it makes my handwriting a lot nicer than other pens too. However, not everyone is a fountain pen user. So for Fountain Pen Friday, I wanted to do a giveaway that was open to everyone but also tied in with the pens I love. As a result, I’ve chosen to add the “J Herbin Rollerball pen” to the bundle. This pen has a rollerball nib but uses fountain pen ink. It’s a great combination, allowing you to experience the variety of colours and fun of writing in ink whilst using a nib that most people are familiar with. Be sure to check out the other two giveaways running over here.
As National Stationery Week continued on, I find myself falling more in love with the industry – if that’s even possible. Being a stationery addict is incredibly fun. Unfortunately, it also meant I was so busy that I didn’t manage to get this post up in time. In honour of World Stationery Day, which was on Wednesday, I wanted to giveaway this second stationery bundle. You can find the other giveaways for National Stationery Week over here.
I’m super thrilled to be able to take part in the Rhodia paper project again. If you missed it, I had the opportunity to sample the Week 19’s papers which you can read about if you click here. Go on, I’ll wait. Back? Well this time, we have different samples entirely. For Week 21, the samples are two A4 sheets of paper from the No. 19 Rhodia Pad – one in white and the other in yellow. I actually don’t use A4 pads very much anymore and the largest I seem to go is A5, for the most part so it’s great to be able to sample these bigger sheets and get back into it. Both sheets are lined, 80gsm sheets of paper. And quite honestly? I am quickly falling in love with the quality Rhodia bring every time. Continue reading “Rhodia Drive: Paper Project Week 21 – No. 19 Rhodia Pad, 80g, White & Yellow, Lined”→
Paper lovers have the opportunity to sample some different Rhodia papers and test them out, thanks to the Rhodia Drive’s Paper Project. As part of this project, I was one of the lucky participants that has been given the chance to test out the Week 19 Samples. This sample contained 2 sheets of graph ruled paper from the Rhodia Le Carré pads – small and large. The paper is 80g, white graph with violet coloured grid lines. I have never tried out Rhodia paper so I am definitely pleased to have been given the opportunity to do so for free and to share my thoughts on it. Continue reading “Rhodia Drive: Paper Project Week 19 – Le Carre Pad, 80g, White Paper, Violet Grid”→
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