A while ago I was looking for a notebook suitable for testing inks that would appear as ‘Ink Of The Month’ and I tried out a few and Tomoe River came out best but the cost, for this purpose, was a little prohibitive. Continue reading “The Muji F1 & F4 Sketchbooks as ink testing books.”
A little while back I wrote a review of the Roaring Springs composition notebook entitled “The Indian Marmalade Company Is Proud To Present Dr Sheldon Cooper’s Fun With Notebooks.”
When I wrote this, I had no idea that just over two years later I would be writing Part 2 but then again at that time I didn’t know the ‘Genius & Be Smart’ notebooks existed. Continue reading “The Indian Marmalade Company Is Proud To Present Dr Sheldon Cooper’s Fun With Notebooks Part 2”
The last time I was in a Muji store I bought a pack of five slim B5 notebooks which I thought they would be ideal for small projects. Continue reading “Muji Planting Tree Paper Notebooks”
I came across this workable alternative when I only after I bought the Word Cards for an entirely different purpose; originally I bought them because I was looking for a reasonably substantial slip of paper to wedge under the clip on a fountain pen to tell me what ink I was testing in it. This idea expanded from just writing the name/colour of the ink to doing a small swatch with a Q-Tip to make identification of the colour in the pen even easier. Continue reading “Muji Word Cards, an alternative to Col-o-ring Ink Testing Book”
I was idly browsing Etsy, as you do, when I decided to see what Tomoe River notebooks, pads et cetera were listed; it turned out to be quite a lot.
Continue reading “The B5 Tomoe River Notebook by Good InkPressions”
It’s fair to say that I’ve no idea what notebook, if any, was carried by Bertie Wooster but when I picked this up it occurred to me that this was just the type of notebook Bertie would have in his pocket and Jeeves would have had to confiscate to keep Bertie out of trouble with the courts, his friends or worst of all his formidable aunt Agatha.
Continue reading “Bertie Wooster’s Notebook aka A Gentleman’s Notes By Sloane Stationery”
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”