National Stationery Week 2016
For two stationery fanatics at Write On It this is a great week!
We get the opportunity to share lots of our stationery news with you during National Stationery Week 25th April and 1st May 2016.
There are set topics for each day. It’s been great creating news to follow the daily topic, view posts by other stationery fanatics and find new products too!
Some colourful neons from our personal pencil stash. You can also read our 1st news post about pencils and our amazing magnetic pencil.
#pencilday #natstatweek #lovestationery
How will you spend your 86,400 seconds today?
#natstatweek #getorganised #lovestationery #stationeryaddict
We designed the Write On It stylish task lists, daily and weekly planners to help you prioritise activities and look great on your desk.
#getorganised #planners #planneraddicts #stationeryaddict
Be ready to start planning and organise, Write On It in minutes via our new Etsy shop.
You can view the range of printable planners, select then download. You can then print the planner sheets when required or print different sheets to organise home, family or work schedules.
#natstatweek #getorganised #lovestationery #stationeryaddict #planners #planneraddicts
Desktop essentials – Midori Mini Cleaner from Japan (very cute) to clean up eraser & sharpener messy bits.
#natstatweek #worldstationeryday #midori #stationeryaddict
Here is a splash of colour for your desk, a selection of Tombow pens from Japan and lovely bits from our own stationery stash.
#natstatweek #nationalstationeryday #stationeryaddict #tombowpens
When did you last send a “Thank You” card or note to thank friends or family?
There are just times when a fountain pen is the only tool for the job! It even encourages you to try cursive handwriting from school days. Do children learn cursive writing at school now?
#natstatweek #fountainpenfriday #writingmatters #keepbritainwriting
Our personalised notebooks are handmade in our workshop with care and attention to detail. The notebooks make great gifts for children and adults, or treat yourself.
The notebook covers can have text, photo or full page printed cover with a transparent plastic outer cover on the front and the back to protect the design and the notepad. Each notepad also has a cardboard layer at the back to create a smooth writing surface, find out more.
Receiving a handwritten letter from a friend is wonderful, you can keep the letter and re-read over many years.
Sara recently taught her 12 year old niece how to write a letter, address an envelope, buy stamps and how to post a letter – this appears to be a dying art form as so many things are driven by technology.
If you have children, please take 15 minutes to teach them how to write/send a letter or why not surprise a friend or family with a letter.
Sara likes to collect postcards from antique shops – they offer a delightful insight into the past, some of the postcards are over 100 years old. Writing a letter or postcard would have been one of the main forms of communication before the use of the telephone became popular. Usually written with a fountain pen they are fascinating to read. We will be featuring more antique postcards on our website.
#writealetterday #writingmatters #natstatweek#getbritainwriting #keepkidswriting
What a great week for stationery fans – lots of interesting posts and products popping up. National Stationery Week have a created a great A-Z of why writing really matters.
Click here to download the pdf (will open in a new window). Let’s keep the art alive!!!
#natstatweek #writingmatters #keepbritainwriting