Faber Castell

23 Apr 19
Books, Food and Adventure

My daughter will be 13 this year and over the past year, we sorted through all her toys and passed on all the things that can be passed on for others to play with. I reflected on the things that got played with the most and the things that just lingered. I also thought about […]

23 Apr 19
Lindsey Decor

(This kit was sent to me as part of the DaySpring Launch Team but all opinions are my own. This post does contain affiliate links.) Hello everyone! Who’s ready to dive into a new kit series from DaySpring?! Here’s a look at the newest devotional kit, “What’s True About You: Your Own Story”, which was […]

23 Apr 19
WWD

Plantable and compostable packaging is a fast-growing niche.

22 Apr 19
Sandra Dennis Art

Bee-eaters have always been one of my favourite families of birds. They are not found in the Americas but are fairly widespread in southern Europe, Asia and Africa. Just occasionally, European Bee-eaters would find their way to the UK and give us all a treat, but mostly we saw them when on holiday. Always colourful […]

22 Apr 19
Renaissance Magpie

Back in 2017, I talked here about why bullet journal “hacks” weren’t really a thing, but I’m a member of a few different bullet journaling and planner groups on social media, and as with any large group, each day it seems that new members ask questions that have been answered time and again, I thought […]

22 Apr 19
Stationery Nerd

A very short introduction into my basic stationery.

22 Apr 19
RacheLeanne

Hello and welcome to May’s Plan With Me! How are you all doing? The bee themed title page that I created this month was inspired by a post on pinterest. I thought it was really cute and couldn’t bee-lieve how it turned out… (i’m not sorry). Month at a Glance I stuck with the bee […]

22 Apr 19
Kelly Komics

My sketchbooks feature any number of half-completed scribbles, usually with a scrawled notation which I may or may not be able to remember and/or decipher. This one I remember: in a bookstore one day, out of the corner of my eye, I spotted a title on the spine of a book which, for a fraction […]

21 Apr 19
dumsiblog

April 13, 2019 Coloring was once considered as something a child would enjoy doing. Now this activity has shifted to the world of adults  Reading the title you must be wondering, ‘coloring is for children, how come you associate it with adults?’ Well, coloring is no longer something only for children.  Surprised? Don’t be, I […]

21 Apr 19
An Inkophile's Blog

So what do pens have to do with happy hour? Read on. Pen Chalet: Conklin Duraflex Limited Edition Fountain Pens (If I were in the market for a new pen, this one looks just right.) Quick Fountain Pen Review: Nemosine Fission Gunmetal Quick Fountain Pen Review Teoh: IndiGraph – This fountain pen can use India […]

21 Apr 19
The Prints and the Paper

Let the battle begin! Today we would be showing you several factors to consider in choosing the best colored pencils for you! From vibrant hues to mellowed down tones, colored pencils vastly vary depending on the need of the artist. Here, we’re bringing you tips and tricks on selecting great colored pencils. THINGS TO CONSIDER […]

21 Apr 19
Bewilderbeast Droppings

The ole man’s first visit to South West Africa was by train in 1939. The trip cost six pounds return. His father, our Oupa, being a railway man probably got a him good family-rate deal. He would have ‘entrained’ here: . . crossed all of South Africa to Upington, then passed through Keetmanshoop, Rehoboth and […]

21 Apr 19
Glitter Doodles

Hi everyone! Wishing you all a very Happy Easter! I couldn’t find a better stamp set to wish you Easter with. I am a Guest Designer with MFT Stamps for this month, and I used their uber cute Sweetest Somebunny stamp set to make a slimline card. My first ever but it was tons of […]

20 Apr 19
The Pen Lover's Nook

When we talk about beginner fountain pens, the main defining factor is what makes it a beginner’s fountain pen is the price. Yes, ease of use and quality of the pen matters, but when it comes down to it, we pay a lot of attention to how much it costs. Typically, under $50.00 is considered […]

20 Apr 19
THE WILD & LOVELY

So, this week I watched Unicorn Store on Netflix. Can you tell? Apparently it’s not being received very well but… well,  I loved it! And it was absolutely what I was thinking about when doing this journal page. I loved her playfulness and wanted to capture that in this page. Now, I am a pretty […]