Paw Prints — new product

Caribbean Moscato by DapperNotes

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

So, here's a deal. Buy one. Open it. Spend a day with it. Write on a page or two. If you don’t like it, or think it’s not worth the money, don’t worry. Pack it up and send it back to us. I’ll refund you what you paid for it, and I’ll use the notebook.

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A load of rot!

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

I'm not going to try to persuade you that this is the perfect notebook for the boardroom - but it is, without much doubt, the antithesis to that. Experiencing writer's block? Here's part of a cure!

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Heavy Duty by Field Notes

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

This edition will polarise the “Field Nuts”. In fact, if you know where to look, debates already rage.There is one universal opinion, with which I concur. The video is funny.I work really hard to get the new editions across the pond as quickly as possible. Then, Clare holds my personal stash, hostage. It's a terrible torture. In fairness, she does it to keep shipping charges down, so it’s for my benefit. Therefore, I always peruse the web for “hot takes” on new editions, to experience the excitement vicariously. Some Opinion CategoriesTeam Archive Box“Field Notes come in three-packs, and are saddle stitched....

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More shiny Pebbles

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

If you have a steady hand and this is the sort of thing which floats your boat, the Sakura is already up for sale from Nero's Notes, and the Midnight Edition will be there soon too. For slow, contemplative calligraphy, a side at a time, they are quite something.

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Public School Types

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

I do find my wettest fountain pens can bleed through a bit, so I tend to write on just one side, but the paper is pleasantly smooth to scribble on, also accepts graphite with alacrity, and has proved just the ticket for some rough drafting of pieces for publication

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