A Craft Stash wish list

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It wasn’t until I heard that Craft Stash were stocking Simply Lettering that I realised they’re pretty much a one-stop shop for all things hand lettering and bullet journal. FYI, if your local newsagents aren’t stocking the mag, you can get it here (and check out my initial review here – more info coming soon). Whether you’re looking for a new Leuchtturm 1917, a wax seal set for your wedding invitations, or white gel pens to use with a blackout journal, they’ve got you covered. Here’s a look at what I’ve got my eye on.

At the top of my list is the Ecoline brush pens. I had a quick go with these at Stationery Show London and instantly fell in love. As it’s me, I’m after a set of the green blue pens (£10.49). If you like the look of these, you might also fancy one of their watercolour pads (£11.49) and blender pens (£2.99).

Sakura Micron PN pens from Craft Stash

The Sakura Pigma Micron PN pens also went down really well at the bullet journal workshop I attended at the Stationery Show and I’m seriously tempted by this set (£15.99).

Spectrum Noir pens from Craft Stash

Another brand I’ve fallen for recently is Spectrum Noir. I was gifted some of their metallic pens (which I reviewed here) and I’d love to complete the set (for £15.00). They also have a glittery festive set (£18.99) and some pastels (£10.99).

Tombow pens from Craft Stash

If pastel brush pens are your thang, check out this Tombow set (£14.49). I quite fancy a blue/ocean set though (£27.99). I’m so on brand it hurts. They also do a separate blending pen (£3.49).

Blue lettering pens from Craft Stash

If you like an ocean blue collection as much as I do, you might want to check out this Copic Doodle Pack (£14.99) and the Faber Castell artist pen set (£12.49). So pretty!

Rhodia products from Craft Stash

And last but by no means least… You may recall that the Rhodia Goalbook (buy it here) is currently rivaling the Dingbats Earth Journal as my favourite bullet journal (all reviews linked up here) and I figured that my love for it means it’s worth investing in a few of their dot grid pads (£5.49) for hand lettering practice. That way I can easily transfer my work to my bullet journal.

And that’s not all – there are plenty of extra bargains to be had. Subscribe to their newsletter for 20% off your first order, plus delivery is free when you spend over £15. They also have a loyalty points system.

Anything you’ve got your eye on?

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