The Seventh Carnival of Pen, Pencil and Paper
Welcome to the February 9, 2010 edition of carnival of pen, pencil and paper. My name is Melinda and I happy to be the host this month!
I would have made this entry "prettier" and added more pictures or at least something I had written, but started a new job last week, and I am tired! Apparently ordering tons of new office supplies for my office takes more energy than I thought! Or it might be the fact I am used to sleeping until noon everyday and now I have to get up at 5:30am. Either way, I apologize for the lack of pictures, now on to the Carnival! (Please note the links are there, just hover and they will appear, my settings over rode the links an my html skills are limited.)
Editor's ChoicesJulie (Okami) presents a Featured Pen - Sheaffer Statesman Snorkel posted at Whatever.
Passion shares a great review about Comparing Pencil Cases posted at The Pen Archives.
Notebook ReviewsCynthia Niklas presents a review: Pen and Paper Test in Leuchtturm's Pocket Journal with New, Ink-Proof Paper posted at Journaling Arts.
Ryan Wolf presents a comprehensive and helpful review of ecosystem notebooks posted at RE:Wolf.
Pens and PencilsJohn Johnston presents a Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen Review posted at Coffee-Stained Memos.
dianeb presents a Guest Review by Jack Labusch: Jinhao Evening Stripes Fountain Pen posted at Pocket Blonde.
Alberto presents a Lyra Colorstripe Colored Pencils Review posted at Lung Sketching Scrolls.
Lito Apostolakou presents Faber Pencil and Vincent Van Gogh:The Artist and his Letters (or his Pencils) posted at Palimpsest.
Snarky's Soapbox (I think we can all relate!)Snarky's Machine presents an Open Letter to a Pen Thief posted at Does This Pen Write?.
User's CollectionGeorge Fox presents a great collection of Pentel Roller Ball Pens posted at My Supply Room.
Well it is time to tear down the rides at this Carnival but don’t worry, another Carnival will be heading your way next month! Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of pen, pencil and paper using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page. The carnival is organized by Nifty at Notebook Stories, and so if you have any feedback or would like to host, please contact Nifty.