Stationery Reviews – here you will find all of my reviews on fountain pen friendly paper products. Stationery reviews include notebook specs, a handwritten review, bleed through and show through performance, feel of the paper and several enlargeable pictures to show texture.
This is a pretty serious Colors edition. There’s just so much going on, and the name, “Lunacy”, fits the edition in more ways than one. In case you couldn’t tell, these books are themed around the moon. They feature die cut panels, specially printed inserts, and embossing on both the front and the back. It’s an impressive looking edition, read on to find out more about these unique little pocket notebooks!
The Best Fountain Pen Friendly Notebooks So you’ve just ventured into the world of fountain pens. You’re anxiously awaiting that package from your retailer of choice. You’ve added a pen, a converter, and even a few bottles of ink to your order. Finally the day arrives, you ink up the pen, and can’t wait to […]
Field Notes Spring 2016 Colors Edition “Sweet Tooth” Specs From Field Notes: “The “Sweet Tooth” Edition features French Paper’s Pop-Tone line “Blu-Raspberry,” “Banana Split,” and “Tangy Orange” for both the 100-lb covers and extra-beefy 70-lb text pages. The covers are stamped in matching shiny metallic foils from Crown Roll Leaf Inc. The body pages are unruled, and […]
Field Notes Fall 2015 Colors Edition “Shenandoah” Specs From Field Notes: “Our Fall limited-edition seasonal release, “The Shenandoah Edition” features three green French cover stocks that match the leaf color of three trees found at Shenandoah National Park: the Sweet Birch, the Chestnut Oak, and the Red Maple. Our new friends at Platinum Converting in Itasca, Ill. […]
Field Notes Winter 2015 Colors Edition “Snowblind” Specs From Field Notes: “The covers (100# Sappi McCoy Silk cover stock) are silk-screened (a COLORS first in itself) with two custom inks. The Field Notes logo is a pearlescent “interference” ink that glimmers and sparkles, and the rest of the book is coated in a nearly-magical “photochromic” ink that […]