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Seven Days Of Stationery

This past week has been National Stationery Week and to celebrate it's awesomeness I'm going to share my 7 photos with you.

Each day had it's own theme and lots of people got involved by sharing different pictures for it.

Monday was Pen & Pencil Day.
For this photo I used some of Noah's stationery hoard, as the twins and Ru have destroyed my pencils.


Tuesday was Get Crafty.
Unfortunately I couldn't really get crafty on Tuesday as I was busy all day, but this is a picture of the boys from the last weekend, getting their craft on!


Wednesday was National Stationery Day!

So for this photo, I'm sharing all the amazing stationery I was sent to test out.
It's been a long time since I treated myself to new pens and notebooks, so it felt a little bit like Christmas Day.
I spent ages trying out all the different pens and markers.
I adore the two notebooks, and I have started one as a bullet journal and I'm really enjoying doing it daily.


Thursday was Thank You Thursday!
Gold pens are just the bees knees when it comes to writing Thank You notes and this edding Gold Marker is the number one when it comes to Gold marker pens!


Friday was Fountain Pen Friday!
I haven't used a fountain pen since I was secondary school, the moment I popped the ink cartridge in, my love for them flashed right back.
There really isn't anything nicer than writing a list with a fountain pen.
This pen has become a firm favourite for using in my bullet journal.


Saturday was Signature Saturday!
Obviously this isn't my real signature but if I was famous this would be my autograph.
Nice and simple.
This thin edding calligraphy pen is amazing and I really really want to learn how to use it properly.


Last but not least,
Sunday was Write A Letter Day.
Nothing quite beats receiving a letter in the mail.
Since email and text messages have come along its not something I do often, but every now and then I like to shut myself in my room and write a letter to a friend.
Writing a letter in a way is rather therapeutic and you can get quite a lot out using a pen and a piece of paper.


This years National Stationery Week Sponsors were:

www.sheaffer.com.

Premium writing instruments manufacturer Sheaffer have been making trustworthy and fashionable pens for generations. They’ve been involved with National Stationery Week since its inception and understand why ‘Writing Matters.’

Nuco is the leading creator in functional and eye-catching notebooks. 
Their extensive range combines function with fashion, making writing both cool and stylish.  

 To find out more about National Stationery Week, why not check out the website here.


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