Hi guys, and welcome back to my blog! The lovely people at Printkick sent me over some wonderful stationery to review* for you guys, today. I’m really excited by this opportunity, and I just want to thank Printkick for collaborating with me. They are a stationery brand that provides stationary to businesses in bulk, or to singular customers just looking for themselves or a friend! If you are a business, you can even get your logo printed onto some items which is a lovely, personalised touch for your colleagues/employees.
I picked a few items that I was interested in, and thought you guys would like to see, too. Most of these are notebooks as I have a REAL notebook problem. You can never have enough, though, right? But we’ll get round to reviewing those later!
First I want to talk to you about the pens. I got the Black Swan Pen with orange detailing. I love the “swan” neck of this pen, it’s really cute and just something different compared to a regular ball point. It comes in different accent colours, too, and you could even match the colour to the recycled notebook that we’ll talk about later!
The next pen is my favourite! It’s the Cabra Ball Pen. It comes in a really nice faux snake skin print in blue, with a matching case to put it in. From the photo I thought it would be a mini pen, but it ended up being a bit bigger than I expected. It’s a really good quality, and such a great token gift for a stationary lover like myself!
Now, onto my favourite type of stationery – notebooks! I chose 4 different notebooks and they are all so unique. The first notebook that I mentioned earlier is the Getafe Recycled Notebook. I love that this is recycled, which is a great way to contribute to the environment! I’ve been trying my best recently to be more aware of the plastics I’m using, and using more cruelty free beauty products.
Like I mentioned earlier, you could match the Black Swan Pen accent colour with the colour of this notebook. (Even though it comes with a pen itself.) I did try to do this, but unfortunately they were out of stock of the orange colour. Instead, I got the green notebook, and it’s so cute! I love how this comes with sticky notes in the cover, too.
The next notebook I received was this really cool Notebook with Sticky-notes. It comes in a little folder with sticky notes attached to the inside of the cover again, and a full notebook on the other side. It also comes with a pen, and in different accent colours, too! I got mine in white as I just wanted something simple. I think this would be a great addition to a students stationary collection for note taking in class and lectures!
One of the favourites from Printkick is this PU Cover Lined Paper notebook! I got mine in brown as I love a good neutral colour, but there are a few other colours you can get this in, like black and navy. It’s a lovely size, and so soft to the touch! It doesn’t come with a pen, but there is space in the spine of the book to slot in any pen of your choice which is great if you’re on the go!
The last notebook I was sent, but not the least as I think this is really cool, is the Cork Covered A5 notebook. This is another eco-friendly notebook that has a cork board cover. I thought it might be a little weird to the touch, but actually it is fine to hold and doesn’t feel as strange as I thought it would be! Regarding the eco-friendly notebooks, the paper quality doesn’t change compared to non-recycled paper – you won’t even know.
Overall I was really happy with my experience with Printkick! The parcel arrived really quickly, and the products are good quality, too. All of the paper in each of these notebooks are thick, good quality paper and great to write on. If you want to check out Printkick and any of there stationery, I really recommend them as I’m so happy with my books and pens!
Thank you, again, to Printkick for sending me these items. I hope you enjoyed this review – really, who doesn’t love reading stationery hauls? – and I hope you have a lovely day!
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* These products were gifted to me in return for a review, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.