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Stationery lovers I need your help

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MariaWaria Wed 31-Oct-18 14:43:10

Firstly, To Do list stationery. It's to give as a gift but doesn't need to fancy or pricey.

And a pen - I need to take notes quickly and then present them to an audience. Trouble is writing gets scribbly and I can't see it clearly if written with a thin point. Ideas, please.

MariaWaria Sat 03-Nov-18 19:41:14

Anyone? I thought Mumsnet was full of stationary lovers.

Guide me, please.

kshaw Sat 03-Nov-18 19:41:57

I really like the busy b range. I get from amazon

travailtotravel Sat 03-Nov-18 19:42:55

Paperchase for to do lists. I use pilot v pens as my handwriting is awful and this helps with legibility. You probably have no replies because this board is a bit of a wasteland. Try chat?

vanillaessence04 Sat 03-Nov-18 19:44:45

Oooh just my thing! I recommend these pens: www.zoro.co.uk/shop/office-supplies-and-stationery/felt-and-fibre-tipped-pens/323-sb10-triplus-color-fibre-tip-pen-asst-(pk-10)/p/ZT1049288X?utm_campaign=pla-Office+Supplies+%26+Stationery+-+&utm_source=google&utm_medium=shopping-pla&utm_keyword=ZT1049288X&istCompanyId=6aa6787b-063e-4414-802d-129f235df603&istItemId=wtqimipmaa&istBid=tztx&gclid=Cj0KCQjwjvXeBRDDARIsAC38TP55JHFoDfXjXuB0llQyIMlp1Kbj0IlzrQM4bQ7AsNLA6m1szHOziT0aAgcvEALw_wcB

vanillaessence04 Sat 03-Nov-18 19:48:24

I also recommend these. Actually I recommend them more than the above because the pens is better quality and can get fancy with the brush end for titles etc: Djeco 10 Classic Felt Tip Brushes www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000PBWO1C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_vTF3Bb3P7R9RP?tag=mumsnetforum-21

vanillaessence04 Sat 03-Nov-18 19:51:34

For the to do list try Etsy or Rymans. Rymans recently got a lot of amazing stuff because they bought over 'london graphic centre' (I think it's called) and suddenly I was seeing brands etc I've only seen on blogs!

MariaWaria Sun 04-Nov-18 16:14:24

Many thanks all. Hadn't realised that I'dstaryed into a wasteland smile

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