From the Sea stationery collection

From the Sea

Our April 2018 subscription boxes contained a collection of stationery good enough to eat! This delicious set features a notebook from Poach My Lobster, a company set up by Louise Tucker who we finally got to meet at the London Stationery Show last month. The beautifully tactile cover, red foiled lobster design and fountain pen-friendly ivory pages…

Bright stationery collection

Bright!

A riot of bright colours; sunglasses at the ready, folks! We collaborated with Craig from Darkstar Collection on the set of three pocket notebooks with yellow, orange and red covers, the last hand-made books he made (he’s now working with a great printer). Hybrid pages, lined on one side and dot grid on the other.…

What's Your Story stationery collection

What’s your story?

They say that everyone has a book in them… When we found these beautiful notebooks at a stationery show, we decided to build a theme around them. We have a lot of writers among our subscribers so we were confident it would be popular but we’ve still been taken aback by the reaction – our subscribers…

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East

We looked to the east for our December stationery box and chose products from Japan and Korea. I don’t know about you, but when I was a very young stationery addict my favourite pen was a big fat biro with about eight different coloured refills in it. The four-colour Tombow Reporter pen from Japan in…

English Classics stationery collection

English Classics

For our December 2017 stationery box we stayed at home, as it were, and put together a collection of some of our favourite iconic English brands. And our subscribers loved it! The Stamford Notebook Company: Using only British-milled, fountain pen friendly paper and artisan skills, each Stamford Notebook is hand bound using a combination of traditional…

From Me to You

From Me To You

Next year the charity donations from the sale of our subscription boxes will be going to From Me To You, a charity which helps and encourages people to write to friends or family members who are suffering from cancer. They also accept letters from companies and individuals who  don’t necessarily know a cancer patient but…