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Another year older and some new stationery items to review!


My friends really know what I love. The 360 Adhesive Point Tabs from Girl of All Work Accessories were a sweet surprise when I got into work on Friday. I love Girl of All Work; they have such beautiful products. These Point Tabs are the Rush pattern, and they are super cool.

Then another great friend presented me with a bagful of awesome stationery!! The two standing journals in the back as well as the black cupcake notebook in the foreground are from Carnet. They are lined, wide-ruled, and the paper feels really good. I will do ink tests when I use the notebooks. The paisley one and the chalkboard cupcake one are hard cover, while the gold and white geometric design is soft cover. The pink and gold monogrammed notecards are from Michael’s and I think the blue and gold mini notebooks and the pen are also from Michael’s. The pen is known as a Crystal Pen and I’ve seen many YouTubers rave about them for their planners.


The paisley journal (top left) has blue lines with a beautiful flower pattern at the top of each page. (Sorry for no closeups; pressed for time.) The gold geometric soft cover notebook is open at the top right and has light lines, and opens flat, just beautifully. Same with the reporter-style notebook (black with cupcakes on the cover): standard white paper with light blue lines. I stuck a Point Tab sticky on the page and it adhered really well. I did a writing sample with the Crystal Pen and it’s a very smooth writer, with light black ink. I’ve seen refills online so that shouldn’t be a problem. And the notecards are heavy cardstock with a nice surprise in the envelope: gold lining. Fancy!


And then two other beautiful friends included these lovely items in their presents to me. I love this STUNNING Celtic notebook by Peter Pauper Press. I have never seen this pattern and I’m just thrilled with it. The ornate planner/purse charm will look gorgeous on my planner I think, and the Miss Piggy note sheets are hilarious.


The journal is actually called the Celtic Colours Journal and here’s the inside endpaper.


This paper was a surprise – so beautiful! It is very lightly lined and a beautiful tan colour. And that gorgeous green ribbon! Very special notebook.

Thank you to my lovely friends who spoiled me with these beautiful notebooks and stationery! It means so much to me that I can share these wonderful items with all of you.