It’s the 1st September and that means it’s the first day of term at Hogwarts and all the students are busy boarding the Hogwarts Express on Platform 9 ¾ for the journey to school. Everyone has their tickets for the train and this year I have a ticket; albeit mine has been transfigured into a notebook. Continue reading “Hogwarts Express Ticket – Notebook.”
I have long been a fan of The Author notebooks and have twice written reviews about them; in August ’18 I wrote about a black one I had bought and later at Christmas I reviewed the red festive edition.
Now GLP Creations have released two new colours. A dark green (aka Forest Green) with an aged leather look cover and a sapphire blue (aka Navy Blue) again with a leather effect cover but this one is grain finish not aged. Continue reading “Meet the new Authors from GLP Creations”
I have to admit that I bought this on a whim simply because it was something different; whilst there are plenty of notebooks that have a flap and magnetic closure, I hadn’t seen one quite like this one. Continue reading “Hogwarts Acceptance Letter Notebook”
If you’re thinking “Who are Wykehams?” you are not alone; I wondered the same thing as I looked at their notebook on Amazon; so, I wrote to them and asked them, and George wrote back. Continue reading “Wykehams A5 Executive Notebook”
I must confess that I’ve wanted one of these notebooks for some time but until recently I could only source them in the US or Japan and the postage and taxes made it too expensive to be practical; and then I stumbled upon Japan Stationery (https://japanstationery.co.uk) a small family run business specialising in Japanese stationery at reasonable prices and very reasonable shipping. Continue reading “The Kunisawa Find Notebook”
I was in the mood to try out a pocket sized, albeit a generous pocket, notebook that would easily adapt to landscape or portrait use and after a short wander around Amazon I came across the Dingbats A6+ Notebook which seemed to me to be big enough to be useful but still within the remit of pocket sized. Continue reading “Expecto Patronum – The Dingbats A6+ Notebook”