Sandra Bartholomew’s published book of her comics!

You might remember Sandra Bartholomew and her comics she draws in her Quo Vadis Scholar weekly planner (which we featured here). She has turned these comics into a book! BEGIN AGAIN – Quo Vadis (Where are you going?) is available now from blurb.com. The book is a unique take on comics; the daily sketches become […]

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Writing Wednesday: Writers and their notebooks

In The Writers, The Artist, The Notebooks, Anna Iltnere interviewed five authors to ask them about their favorite notebooks and pens. She writes: For writers and artists who travel overseas, in reality or in their imaginations, a notebook is an island, somewhere to anchor, a map of thoughts, a memory tattooed on paper, sometimes a […]

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Brighten up cold winter days with a colorful planner cover!

Brighten up your days with a colorful planner cover! All Quo Vadis planners come with a variety of cover colors from bright and cheerful to subdued and professional and everything in between. There’s also different textures, from pebbly to smooth. Quo Vadis planner covers are refillable and can be used year after year. Or, swap […]

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Video showing how Clairefontaine paper is made!

I really liked this video showing how Clairefontaine paper (used in Quo Vadis planners, Clairefontaine notebooks, and Rhodia notebooks and writing pads) is made! The Executive Vice President of Exacompta Clairefontaine, Jean-Marie Nusse, talks about PEFC certification and why it’s important to the company and our customers. The video is in French but you can […]

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TheRamblingPlanner’s color coding in her Life Noted planner!

Check out Katie TheRamblingPlanner‘s photo on Instagram showing her pens and color coding in her Life Noted planner! Unfortunately I can’t post the photo itself here because you have to perform some sort of HTML magic to copy photos from IG to post elsewhere. You can see a photo of the Life Noted weekly pages […]

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Sandra Strait’s art using the new Cornaline d’Egypte ink!

Sandra Strait did a wonderful review on Doodlewash of the new Herbin 1798 ink Cornaline d’Egypte! In her review, Sandra shows excellent photos of the shading and silver shimmer in this ink. Most ink reviews show writing samples, which she does include, but she also shows several amazing photos of her art using the ink. […]

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Month Theme for October 2018: Creative Expression

On the first Wednesday of each month we have a post with the month’s theme. The month theme is something to think about, journal about, include in your daily intentions, and/or be mindful of all month. It’s also a good topic for folks doing our Page Per Day Challenge. This month’s theme is: creative expression […]

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Cornaline d’Egypte ink review on The Gentleman Stationer!

  We sent The Gentleman Stationer a bottle of the new Herbin 1798 ink Cornaline d’Egypte to see what he thought of it. You can see his entire review here! He shows some excellent photos demonstrating the silver shimmer in this ink. He describes the ink very well: Cornaline d’Egypte is a cool reddish-orange with […]

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Anderson Pens blog thINKthursday Cornaline d’Egypte review!

Chris at Anderson Pens blog did an excellent review of the new J Herbin Cornaline d’Egypte ink on one of their thINKthursday posts last month! You can see the full review here. I was very impressed with the sphynx sketch! There’s also loads of details on drying times, comparisons with similar inks, writing samples, information […]

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