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All I want for Christmas is…..stationery?

Posted on 6th November 2015 by Chris Leonard-Morgan

spirit_of_christmas_logo_0If this week’s visit to the Spirit of Christmas exhibition at London Olympia is anything to go by, a lot of stationery will be finding its way next month into Christmas stockings and under the tree.  All beautifully wrapped, naturally!

A good number of busy stands were selling stationery including Two Little Boys, Milly Green, Julie Bell, Lollipop Designs, Nancy & Betty, Cambridge Imprint, NPW, The Journal Shop and Tinc.

It was good to catch up with Sally Page of Plooms Pens who does a lot to promote the importance of writing by hand and also to meet Chrissie Probert-PloomsJones of Eatsleepdoodle who is understandably still very excited by her company’s coup in supplying a special doodle pencil case to the Pompidou Centre in Paris.

What cheered and pleasantly surprised me most was the level of activity on stands supplying personalised notecards and social stationery, especially for children.  I overheard a number of mothers saying they wanted to encourage their children to write letters and cards, particularly to say thank you.

The message is getting through that writing still matters!


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First UK showing for ‘Reflexa’ from Italian company Kore S.p.A.

Posted on 25th November 2015 by Vanessa Fortnam

Following the successful launch of the colourful ‘Reflexa’ range of diaries, notebooks and accessories range in 2015, Kore S.p.A  will be taking part in the London Stationery Show next April – the Kore Italy 2company’s first appearance in the UK.

Visitors to the show will get the chance to see the full Reflexa range for themselves – it is available in a positive rainbow of colours and offers rounded spines, soft covers and elegant rounded lines covering notebooks, diaries, credit card holders, wallets and much more.

Manufactured entirely in Italy, of 100% handmade raw materials, the range has obtained full FSC certification and been patented to protect its unique style and manufacture.

No more squared spines, rigid covers or sharp corners:

  • rigidity becomes flexibility
  • hardness becomes softness
  • corners become curves

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Euroffice’s Sharpie Shout

Posted on 23rd April 2015 by Penny Day

Euroffice are helping ‘GetBritainWriting’ for National Stationery Week with #SharpieShout

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