Hello, hello! How are you? How has your week been? What have you been up to? I’ve been working, relaxing, and taking pictures for a couple of blog posts (including this one). I have one in the works which will be a little new for me (hint: it’s a half beauty/half DIY post). But for now, let’s take a look at my new stationary from SCRIBEdelivery!
First up is the Public Supply 7×10 Notebook. This one is lined, but you also have the option of dotted paper (pictured on site). I really like the size of the notebook (and I wanted to show you the binding for some reason). They’re made in the United States (New Jersey, according to the site), and they help support and fund classrooms around the country.
Another Denik product! This one is called the Denik Desk Pad (or Kraft Desk Pad, according to the site). It’s a very nice size (10×6). It’s got dots and lines. I’m starting to really love these dots. Don’t forget, Denik also helps to build schools in other countries.
This is the Zebra Sarasa Dry Pen. “Dry” indicates that the gel ink dries faster and smears less. The review on the website says, “A huge convenience for left-handed writers….” As a left handed writer, I don’t have nearly as many problems now with smearing, as I did when I first stared handwriting. Probably because I figured out how to hold my hand and my pen so I don’t rub against the ink. But, I digress. All in all, it does dry quick, but personally, I’ve written with better pens.
And of course, the classic Sharpie Pen. I have a few of these, except this one has a different design. You can never go wrong with a classic. I happen to love Sharpie Pens. Yes, those are Shasta paws in the background.
Thank you so much for reading! I’ll talk to you guys next time!