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NSW19: Stationery subscription boxes with Spotlight Stationery [sponsored]

[Ad – sponsored. This post is part of my sponsored campaign for National Stationery Week 2019. Find out more here]

Today is arguably the pinnacle of National Stationery Week, as it’s World Stationery Day. As such, I thought it would be pertinent to treat my fellow stationery addicts to an international giveaway!

My sponsor for today’s post is Spotlight Stationery, the ideal site to help you indulge your passion for stationery. You can sign up for monthly or bi-monthly boxes, and pause or cancel your subscription at any time. Plus you can buy previous and one-off boxes – ideal for gifts (y’know, from me to me!).

Each box is themed and I was sent the March 2019 Journal Box to review – perfect for this bujo addict.

Stationery subscription boxes from Spotlight Stationery

Stationery subscription boxes from Spotlight Stationery

Stationery subscription boxes from Spotlight Stationery

The box features a Legami journal, Stalogy sticky notes, three Zebra 0.5mm Roller RX pens, a roll of Maste washi tape, a mini Stabilo highlighter, and a set of postcards.

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

The journal is fantastic, with 192 numbered pages, a square grid, built-in index, additional template pages, back pocket, page ribbon and elastic closure.

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

I know it’s easy to enough to number your own pages and set up your own index but I love it when a journal comes with those pre-printed.

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

The Legami journal features 20 pages with special contents, including a world map to track your travels, space for yearly goals, monthly planners, plus pages for your contacts and passwords.

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

I did the usual pen test at the back with the supplied Zebra pens and Stabilo highlighter and there was minimal ghosting. Big thumbs up to Legami.

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

At 12x18cm, it’s a bit smaller than what I’m used to, and I do prefer a dot grid, but I love the additional features – and the colour is stunning. I know there are lots of bullet journalers who prefer a square grid and this one is rather amazing.

I think I’ve been converted to Stalogy sticky notes. The clear tabs are great for journals, so you can easily mark your page without covering your contents. Just be wary about applying them to wet ink as if you stick it on a bit wonky and go to rejig it you’ll lift some of the ink off.

My Notebook Legami bullet journal review

You can never have too much washi tape and I love the quality of Maste tape.

Maste washi tape

Each box features postcards from young creatives, which is pretty awesome. Good luck deciding which ones to keep and which ones to send on. Plus, for each box shipped this year, Spotlight will donate to Allsorts, a charity which supports children with additional need and their families.

Stationery subscription boxes from Spotlight Stationery

Like what you see? Spotlight Stationery are offering my readers 10% off with code GEEK10. Plus one of you lucky stationery nerds can win one of their previous boxes. Just complete the Gleam entries below to be in with a chance of winning.

Spotlight Stationery subscription box

Terms and conditions: One winner will receive a past box from Spotlight Stationery. This giveaway closes at midnight on Tuesday 7 May. One winner will be selected at random and must respond within one week – if they don’t respond a new winner will be drawn. International entries.

Don’t miss the rest of this week’s posts:
Monday: Kawaii stationery from Pango Productions (20% off code)
Tuesday: STAEDTLER Design Journey pens (plus UK giveaway)

Stationery subscription boxes from Spotlight Stationery

13 thoughts on “NSW19: Stationery subscription boxes with Spotlight Stationery [sponsored]”

  1. I’d like to see greeting cards, a notebook, Post-it Notes, a pencil case, pens, novelty erasers, highlighters and other similar items.

  2. Thanks for the great review. I’ve avoided monthly subscription boxes after being disappointed with the contents, but this looks like good value for money. I may be tempted! Xx

  3. I’ve been uhming and ahing about a stationery box subscription, I think you may have twisted my arm!

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