My first JetPens order (my ship has come in!)

Happy Saturday!  My first order from JetPens.com arrived yesterday in the mail and what a treat!

Are you already familiar with the site?  They describe themselves as “JetPens.com is the source of sought-after writing instruments from Japan and all around the world.”

I had signed up for the JetPens product notification for some items and was delighted when I received a email from them letting me know it was in stock and so had placed my order.  Having it arrive in the mail reminded me of this quote:

“There is no use waiting for your ship to come in if you haven’t sent one out.” – Belgian Wisdom

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About JetPens.com

The JetPens.com site includes PENS, REFILLS & INKS, PENCILS, ERASERS, CASES & BAGS, PAPER ARTS & CRAFTS, OFFICE, BRANDS, BLOG, and NEW ARRIVALS.   (On Twitter @JetPens).

Popular Posts on the JetPens blog include: Guide to Drafting Pencils, Black Fountain Pen Ink Comparison, Our Favorite Notebooks for Fountain Pen Use, How to Clean a Fountain Pen, and Guide to Drawing Inks.

You can get lost in looking among the New Arrivals section.

There are over fifty Curated Collections I counted including: Snail Mail, Vintage Style, and Travelers & Adventurers, Environmentally Conscious, Fine Tip, and Craft Goddess.

From their Curated Collections: Snail Mail this is one of the items I had for product notification:

Mark’s Flake Stickers – Air Mail:   “These adorable stickers come in an equally adorable matching vinyl slide-zipper pouch! There are two types of stickers: soft puffy stickers or flat paper stickers. Use them for a variety of purposes, including decorating letters, notes, and even gifts. Once you’re done using the stickers, you can continue to use the pouch to store small things. It’s convenient and compact, perfect for taking with you anywhere.”

Thank you to @JetPens who is referenced in today’s blog post making it fun to shop online for fun stationery options! 

Wishing you a Happy rest of your Saturday and have fun sending out some ships for future arrivals back to you!


Anchors Aweigh,
Helen

 

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