Today, we’re going to be giving away a two-pack of Pebble Stationery Co.’s Tomoe River Pocket Notebooks to one lucky reader! If you haven’t read the review yet, head on over and check it out! Tim did an excellent job.
All you have to do to enter is leave ONE comment on this post letting us know what your favorite paper is. If you’re not feeling so creative, please leave any comment at all.
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81 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY – Pebble Stationery Co. Pocket Notebooks!”
vintage onion skin.. almost non-exhistant, tomoe very up there on favorite chart, fun giveaway thanks!..
My favorite paper at the moment is MD Paper, but Franklin-Christoph’s bamboo paper makes a strong argument.
68 GSM Tomoe River in my Hippo Noto usually, but I haven’t experimented beyond that. Excited to try these!
I suppose it depends on what my intended use is. I do like Tomoe River for personal use, but if I’m using it for work (notes, etc), I typically use Rhodia lined paper. Thanks for the opportunity!
Whatever paper Story Supply Company uses in their pocket and A5 notebooks. It handles pens, pencils, felt-tips, roller balls; everything just works well in them.
My favourite paper at the moment is the one used in the ClaireFontaine notebooks.
Greeting from Italy!
I like Franklin-Christoph’s bamboo paper very much!
Freeleaf® Recycled from Levenger
I like Oxford papers.
I recently got an Apica CD notebook and was pretty impressed by the paper. Some of the slicker paper like Rhodia has had a weird effect on certain pens I use, but the paper in Apica’s notebook was just so smooth, without being tooooo smooth.
I like Franklin-Christoph’s bamboo paper very much
Stone paper–I love how smooth and durable it is.
My favourite paper right now is Rhodia dot paper and Doane Grid+Lines. It’s a toss up between the two.
These are lovely. Totally mystified by people who prefer stapled to stitched binding!
That looks like a nice notebook with a future favorite… but my honest favorite daily use paperis whatever is in the Black n Red notebooks (distributed by mead in the US but I think it’s a different company…). I love them, and they’re inexpensive.
I’ve loved Tomoe River whenever I’ve used it, but whatever they’re using in the cheap Cambridge City notebooks actually handles fountain pen ink very well, so that’s my go to for office paper.
Currently Tomoe River Is my go to.
One of my favorite papers is used in the midori diaries. It is my non-Tomoe River fountain pen favorite. 🙂
Tomoe River is by far my fave. I’m out and must get more.
Arches 140# cold press watercolor paper is my favorite
That’s a great question. Right now I’m really enjoying my nanami cafe note A6 as my daily journal. Secondly, believe it or not, would be my less than a dollar notebook bought at Walmart. It’s made in India and is very fountain pen friendly.
At the moment my favourite paper is the college notepad paper by Clairefontaine, it is so smooth to write on with any fountain pen I use. 🙂
I have just started out in the world of fountain pens and the only paper I have tried is a Rhodia notebook and an awesome unnamed notebook with gridded paper I picked up while on holiday in Borneo
Tomoe River, and Oxford paper for daily use (because it’s the only cheaper one readily available in local stores)
Eccolo journals..attractive, functional (lies flat) and works well with fountain pens.
I love Tomoe River. It’s my favorite so far. I’m excited to try a light watercolor wash on this paper.
Tomoe River paper is the best!
I haven’t had a chance to try Tomoe River or other really nice paper yet, but would very much like to! For now, I’ve been really impressed with the amount of sheen that shows up on my Canson Universal Sketch spiral bound sketchbook 🙂
My favorite paper is Tomoe River!
I love Tomoe paper, but also a second but probably not popular favorite is thin bible paper. Just feels good writing on it with a pencil.