I don’t often write ink reviews outside of ‘Ink Of The Month’ but every so often an ink comes along that deserves its own review and Tanzanite Sky is just such an ink. Continue reading “Tanzanite Sky By Ferris Wheel Press”
Welcome to Part 3.
Originally, I set out to test five different planners:
- • Traveller Style Planner
- • Trigg Life Mapper
- • Brownie Techou Planner
- • Hobonichi Techo
- • Harry Potter Weekly Planner
Welcome to Ink Of The Month for November ’19.
This month I had a plan, but thanks to Nick Stewart it changed when I read his excellent review of Diamine’s Bloody Brexit ink, a wonderful blue/red sheening ink that Nick got some exceptional results from. Continue reading “IOTM – November ’19 – Diamine Bloody Brexit”
For a long time now I have been wanting to try out Krishna Inks and they have been very hard to come by but now Pure Pens are carrying them that just got a whole lot easier. A quick glance at the Krishna Inks page on the Pure Pens site shows you around forty-five different inks so there should be something for everyone. Continue reading “IOTM – October ’19 – Krishna Inks After Dark & Sindhoor”
In May last year I reviewed the Kaweco Dia2 and whilst I love the retro styling there was just something about the pen I was not happy with, so I cleaned it and put it into storage.
Continue reading “Kaweco Dia2 Nib Swap”
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.”
Every so often I order one of the Diamine 150th anniversary inks; I order them because not only do I think the cheese wedge bottle shape is interesting but because the colours are a little different from the every day. Continue reading “IOTM – September ’19 – Diamine Blue Velvet”