Friday Blogger Tuck-ins

10 Feb

1 –>  Our Moleskine Haiku Contest winner was announced earlier this week! Check out the winning haiku here, then pop over to our Facebook album to see ALL of the great submissions!

2 –> Paper Crave is offering an adorable free download for mini Valentines! Nervous about Valentine’s Day? Check out Dana’s [Save Snail Mail] tips & resources on how to write love letters.

3 –> This is Colossal captured us once again by sharing the below image from an installation by Saudi Arabian artist Manal Al Dowayan. Click through the image to see more images and read the intention of the installation, but we’ll give you a nugget here: “‘Suspended Together’ is an installation that gives the impression of movement and freedom. However, a closer look at the 200 doves allows the viewer to realize that the doves are actually frozen and suspended with no hope of flight. An even closer look shows that each dove carries on its body a permission document that allows a Saudi woman to travel. …”

4 –> Margana [Inkophile] has a great round-up of when popular ink companies started offering inks.

5 –> Alex [Economy Pens] shows off his impressive notebook collection.

6 –> The Hike Guy laid out all of his journals filled up during his time hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. If you’re a Moleskine fan, journal lover, or outdoorsy person, you have got to check this out!

7 –>  Karen [Quo Vadis Blog] asks your opinion regarding paper vs. digital journals.

8 –> Azizah [Gourmet Pens] gives suggestions for pens used for guest books, and Kate [In Too Deep] chronicles the saga of her interest in pens and ink … at length.


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