Seen On The Socials: April Fools’ Day Edition

PVA-scented pens, notebooks with no first page and a homework book with homework already completed… these were a few of the April Fools’ jokes spotted on social media

Don’t worry about ruining the first page of your new notebook, this sketchbook from Artgecko has no first page!

Got homework? No problem, this notebook from Silvine comes pre-filled with your homework already completed!


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A new name for Pencil Me In’s Sarah Holmes….

Spotted on Lake Annecy in France by Stationery Supplies…  




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No more middle fingered salutes at Flying Tiger

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Good advice from Lamy  




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A new line of merch from The Works

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Pens that look good enough to eat!

To mark Earth Day yesterday (22 April), the actor read out a powerful letter of apology from a father to his children for Letters Live....
Bullet Journal users tend to take their book with them so this pocket version makes it even easier for them to do this....
Jakar International was started by managing director, Paul Sacki’s grandmother 75 years ago. Paul shares his fascinating story of how he got involved with the family business....
Manuscript is sponsoring week three of the countdown to National Stationery Week with a competition to win a bundle of calligraphy supplies....
Detour, the travelling exhibition of artists’ notebooks was at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and Alcova during Milan Design Week last week....
As an alternative to paper made from timber, stone paper is made from waste stone. But exactly what is it? Sydney James from Moxon London explains…...
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