Writing Pad Stationery is our Tuesday blog post topic today.
We are looking at a very helpful guide to help choose a writing pad along with a How to Make Your Own Notepads that should appeal to even the most frugal of budgets given it shows how to use what you already have on hand.
Recently I included for when out running errands (and knew there would be some waiting time) I was able to grab a 6 x 9 size writing pad to drop in my purse – and it came in handy. In this case I was able to write a six page hand written note to a friend and when home include with card that I was sending. They are also fun to have to practice my fountain pen on these writing pads.
Writing Pad Stationery
There is a thorough Helpful Guide at OnTimeSupplies.com on
“How to choose a writing pad”
It includes detailed summary of Writing Pad Sizes, Binding Styles, and Rules and Formatting with many links. Please note I have not ordered from this site yet but plan to try them out.
“Writing Pad Size Chart”: 5″ x 8″ Junior Size Writing Pads; 8½” x 11″ Letter Size Writing Pads; 8½” x 14″ Legal Pads; and 6″ x 9″ Steno Pads
“Common Writing Pad Bindings”: Gummed Top Writing Pads; Perforated Writing Pads; Spiral Notebooks
“Writing Pad Rule Sizes & Formats”: Legal Rule Writing Pads Rule; Wide Rule Notebooks; Medium/College Rule Notebooks; Narrow Rule Notebooks;
Quadrille Pads; and Litigation Rule Writing Pads
This short upbeat video by Sea Lemon helps one use materials already on hand, including Elmer’s glue, to make your own.
Do you already have a collection of different size writing pads? Be on the lookout for them and include looking at local dollar stores, neighborhood pharmacy stores, and grocery stores besides the big box stores. It is fun to build an assortment to have on hand and to enjoy!
Attribution & Thank you to the following who are referenced today Writing Pad Stationery