15 Last Minute Gifts for the Stationery Fanatic

15 Last Minute Gifts for the Stationery Fanatic

“Oh man, I can’t believe [INSERT GIFT GIVING HOLIDAY EVENT HERE] is just days away!?!”

Does this sound like you? I have a feeling it sounds like a lot of us. That’s why I’ve put together this quick gift guide that’s sure to please the stationery fanatic in your life. There’s something for the fountain pen beginner, enthusiast, and pro. Not sure a fountain pen is the best gift? I’ve got you covered too. All of these last minute gifts are Amazon Prime ready for fast shipping. Let’s get into it!

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Pilot Metropolitan – The perfect beginner fountain pen that’s also appreciated by experts. It’s hefty, affordable, and writes smoothly. [BUY]

Maruman Mnemosyne Notebook – My personal favorite notebooks. The off-white pages are smooth and feature unique rulings that help with organization. There’s always one on my office desk. [BUY]

Iroshizuku Mini Bottle Ink Set – These are adorable. That’s right, I called ink bottles adorable. They’re just the right size, and this color set has a great black, a bright blue, and a vibrant orange. [BUY]

Rhodia DotGrid Webnotebook – Great for the office / professional type. These books are built to last. The ultimate Moleskine replacement. Dotgrid ruling is great for bullet journaling too! [BUY]

J. Herbin Emerald of Chivor – There’s something magical about this ink. It’s green with a red sheen, and has gold particles in it. It’s basically holiday cheer in a bottle. [BUY]


TWSBI Eco (not Prime, but arrives before Christmas) – Piston filling, ink showing, all around solid pen. The features outweigh the price on this affordable fountain pen. [BUY]

Pilot Prera – These Japanese fountain pens are lightweight and write finer than their Western counterparts. The Prera is a “demonstrator” fountain pen — meaning you can see how it works on the inside. [BUY]

Lamy 2000 Ballpoint – The ballpoint version of my favorite fountain pen. It’s compact, simple, yet elegant. This modern gem was designed in the 1960’s and has barely underwent any change (in a good way). [BUY]

Leuchtturm Master – If you know someone who needs a huge notebook, this is the one. The Leuchtturm Master measures in at 8.75″ x 12.5″. Great for writers and artists! [BUY]

Modern Fuel Pencil Review Kickstater Launch-9$50-100

Lamy Lx in Gold – A new series from Lamy, the LX takes the standard Al-Star up a notch. Metal endcaps, plated clips, and a cool tube carry case add some luxe to a classic. [BUY]

Modern Fuel Pencil – This pencil is made from solid brass or aluminum, and is guaranteed to last a lifetime. Precision machining and understated looks make this option great for engineers and architects. [BUY]

Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen Review Redux 2015-10$100+

Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen – I don’t think I can write a guide without recommending this pen. It’s iconic, modern, and refined. The gold nib and piston filling mechanism make this a gift I’d happily receive. [BUY]

Sailor 1911 Standard Fountain Pen – This classic fountain pen is made by one of the oldest names in the game, Sailor. The nibs are precision made and everything about the pen oozes class. [BUY]

Pelikan M400 Fountain Pen – This German fountain pen adds a touch of luxury to anyone’s desk. The M400 is comfortable to write with and features a large capacity piston mechanism. [BUY]

Pilot Vanishing Point Fountain Pen – One of my other favorite pens, this is great for quick notes. The VP ditches a cap for the unique retraction mechanism. Great for students, doctors, and office workers who need to write things down quickly. [BUY]

There you have it. 15 fast-shipping stationery gifts that can get you out of a jam! Thanks for reading!

What’s your favorite stationery gift to give for the holidays? Let me know in the comments below!untitled-9894

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