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January 2018 Favourites

I know everyone and their dog is saying it, but I can’t believe that the first month of 2018 is already over. (Actually, if someone’s dog was saying it, that would be impressive.) As much as I was so sick of January by about the 20th, I still don’t feel ready for February yet. Oh well.

That being said, I have a few favourite things from the month of January that I’d like to share with you today, so let’s dive in!

I picked up some Winsor & Newton Brushmarkers and Promarkers at the beginning of the month because I wanted to try them out to compare to my Copic Ciao markers (and also they were on sale, hehe). I’m not an expert enough at drawing with markers to know the difference, honestly, but I enjoyed using them and I really love the colours I chose. So vibrant!

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2017 Creative Favourites

It’s finally here, the end of 2017. It was definitely a year full of ups and downs for many people—personally, I found it a bit of a struggle. But I want to end the year on a positive note by remembering some of my favourite creative things from the past year.

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My Favourite Pens

My Favourite Pens

As I mentioned in my Journaling Wishlist post, I love pens, and I have as long as I can remember. I used to really be into rollerball pens, but for the past few years I’ve been all about the felt-tip. Though you’ll see on this list of my favourite pens that there are some gel and rollerballs on there.

Now I have a lot of different favourite types of pen. I like each type for a different purpose, though I’m not really sure why. Maybe there’s a good reason for it, but I don’t know what it is. I just like what I like. So if you love pens as much as I do and want to know which are my favourites and for what, keep on reading!

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