Monday, August 13, 2012

Mailbox Goodies - Leather, Paper, Pens

I obviously know the most amazing people on the planet, right? My mailbox is the happiest place on earth.

Davis Leatherworks makes some truly awesome leather goods. Seriously. I highly suggest you check out his Chris's Etsy shop - and perhaps show your support by liking his Facebook page, or even venturing to his funding campaign (which ends soon)!
Davis Leather
Smells. So. Good.
This pretty stationery set comes from Brookeshore Designer Stationery who sponsored a giveaway on the All Things Paper blog! I picked the sea turtle design, but there are many other designs to pick from, and they can also be personalized! A big thank you to Ann and Brookeshore Designer Stationery for this cute giveaway. Obviously I love paper and since I have been sending letters a lot more this year, I am going through stationery like crazy. I bet a few of you lucky readers will end up getting one of these cutie patootie sea turtle cards.
Brookeshore Stationery
Some Sharpie goodies to review and play with...
Sharpie
Sharpie GRIP?!
I keep saying pen people are the coolest. A big thank you to Ivan for sharing some goodies with me! Especially the Doane Paper which I've been dying to try! Also, turns out I love the FriXions, unsaturated ink colors and all!
From A Pen Peep!
And the lovely Estivalia gifted me this superb set of coloured pencils - the best coloured pencils I've ever used in my life!
Coloured Pencils
Coloured Pencils
Delicious, right?
Field Notes Drive the Gap
And then when I thought my mailbox excitement was over - my Field Notes subscription came in!! I seriously love this subscription.  
Field Notes Drive the Gap
AND. THEY. ARE. DOTS. *drool*
Field Notes Drive the Gap
My current stock of unused Field Notes. *wipes drool*

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