Oh my goodness, can you believe I’ve subscribed to this package for a YEAR?! I know I can’t! If you’re interested in reading any of my other posts, here they are:
Wow! That’s a lot of stationary! And I’ve loved every minute of it.
Chad, the founder of SCRIBEdelivery, and chooser of all of this awesome stuff, has introduced me and countless others to some of the neatest pens from overseas, companies that help support education, and items that make creativity fun.
Denik and Rhodia are two companies that create notebooks I have quickly fallen in love with. I’ve discovered that Zebra makes some super interesting and unique writing utensils. I was also taken down memory road one month with Gelly Roll gel pens. Thanks, Chad! I have totally enjoyed this last year of stationary surprise, and I can’t wait to see what comes next.
Without further ado, let’s get on this month’s package!
Let’s kick things off with the Story Supply Co Pocket Notebooks. I think it’s so neat that Chad was able to collaborate with them. They’re dot grid (see below), so, bullet journaling on the go, anyone? I know I’ve mentioned this before, but I like these for celtic knots. Maybe I’ll show you one some time. It comes in a package of three. Also, for every one package of these sold, one supply kit gets donated to kids in free tutoring, writing, and arts programs. How cool is that?
Here you see the inside of the notebook, plus another gift from Chad. Yes, the ever lovable Pilot G-2 (in blue).
Shasta wants to remind you to support education!
Of course, it has to be Denik! Look at that beautiful cover! Chad and the team collaborated with Denik on this custom design, and I LOVE IT! It’s so colorful! And the cover. I don’t know what it’s made of, but it feels like rubber and, again, I love it!
This just gives you an idea of how big it is.
Ok, these pens are seriously cool! These are the Zebra Midliner Brush. One end is a brush pen, and the other is a fine liner. The brush side makes some super cool lettering (if, of course, you know how to use them). The blue doesn’t show up as well as the red, but they’re still fun to use.
Yep, I got another Pilot G-2. I love this one because it’s black and white.
This is a Zebra Mechanical Pencil. Now what’s neat about this is, it’s not round, it’s oval-ish (elliptical! That’s what it is!). The lead is long, and the body fits really nice in your hand. I’m kind of intrigued with this design.
Well, that’s the end! This was a wonderful package, and I honestly can’t wait to see what else I’ll get in the future.
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Talk to you next time!