Correspondence · Pen and Paper

Daiso B5 Letter Pad Review

Introduction Daiso has a way of getting me with their selection, but this B5 letter pad in particular really hooked my interest. First, it was something I don’t normally see in Daiso. Second, the green cover has a nice refreshing look. Lastly, the paper feels super nice. Sometimes, it is hard to tell which papers… Continue reading Daiso B5 Letter Pad Review

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Daiso Calligraphy Ink Review

Introduction When I first bought calligraphy nibs, I didn’t realize you couldn’t use most fountain pen inks with them. Thankfully, I had a bottle of Noodler’s Black which does work with calligraphy nibs. After practicing with the Noodler’s for a while, I wanted to try actual calligraphy inks to see what the difference was. I… Continue reading Daiso Calligraphy Ink Review

Pen and Paper · The Friday Flex

‘The Friday Flex’ Issue #8: April Challenges, Mail, and the Post #100 Giveaway!

‘The Friday Flex’ is a weekly newsletter consisting of personal stationery and lifestyle news pieces. It primarily focuses my experiences with pen and paper krafts. Table of Contents Instagram Highlights April Challenges: #Write_On, #tarquinswords, #GoT6Countdown Incoming Mail: OVERLOAD Post #100 Giveaway! I. Instagram Highlights Day 20: Kim's Quote. My current lifestyle philosophy in a nutshell.… Continue reading ‘The Friday Flex’ Issue #8: April Challenges, Mail, and the Post #100 Giveaway!

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‘The Friday Flex’ Issue #7: Shopping and Monarch Madness

‘The Friday Flex’ is a weekly newsletter consisting of personal stationery and lifestyle news pieces. It primarily focuses my experiences with pen and paper krafts. Table of Contents Instagram Highlights The Shopping Roadmap March 2016 Ink Drop: Monarch Madness I. Instagram Highlights Testing my Life Airmail Letter pad with all my current inks and tell… Continue reading ‘The Friday Flex’ Issue #7: Shopping and Monarch Madness

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Life Airmail Letter Pad Review

Introduction Back in the days, when letters were more common, red-and-blue-striped bordered envelopes filled with lightweight airmail paper were more prevalent. This airmail paper is also known as onionskin paper because of its thin and translucent properties. In addition to airmal, onionskin paper was also frequently used in typewriters because of the emphasis on low… Continue reading Life Airmail Letter Pad Review