Clairefontaine Age Bag review

Clairefontaine Age Bag Notebook Review

When I was a child I never really watched Star Trek. I saw the occasional episode on BBC2 but I expect it was on at the same time as the news and, being an age when families only had one TV (and three channels), my parents were always going to[…]

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Lost Ocean in progress

Johanna Basford Lost Ocean Colouring Book Review

I bought this book to try out colouring pens and pencils in and I’ll say this upfront: colouring in is not my thing. The drawings are someone else’s creation and I would prefer to create something of my own. Also, I find colouring in to be not at all relaxing.[…]

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Petit Punnet notebook covers

Petit Punnet Notebook Review

Petit Punnett is a small British company that makes a range of products featuring fascinating geometric designs. Having noticed them on Twitter I contacted them to see if they could send me some notebooks to review. Thank you to Petit Punnet for letting me look at these items. These are[…]

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Atoma and Arc Notebook Systems

When my illustrious United Inkdom colleague Mr. S Monboddo sent me a customised Atoma/Rhodia notebook, my interest was piqued. Here was a notebook system that had the potential to be everything I needed it to be for work. Specifically, for my work, I want all these things: pages I can[…]

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Whitelines Pocket Notebook Mini-Review

Whitelines is a Swedish company making a range of paper products featuring white lines on a grey background. This is a mini-review of their pocket notebook. Size: 9cm by 14cm (3.5″ by 5.5″) Price: £7.95 (UK) for three Pages: 48 Cover: thick card (not sure of the weight, sorry) Paper:[…]

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