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Fountain Pens

I’ve been playing with fountain pens for years, but this is the first bottle of ink I’ve finished. Goodbye, Waterman Purple. Until I buy another purple ink for that pen… Advertisements

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New Pens, New Ink

I had a great field trip to Detroit. I went to my usual places, PenzDetroiT and Paradise Pen. New Pens include: Pelikan Junior, Pelikan Twist, and Pilot Metropolitan. New inks include: Diamine Hope Pink, Waterman Red, Noodler’s Dragon’s Napalm, and Noodler’s Gray. At Hobby Lobby I picked up some Faber-Castell artist pens. And I ordered …

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New Fountain Pens!

Playing with my new fountain pens and Waterman ink. It’s not fun unless a mess is involved.

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Art Journal

I started my art journal based on “No Excuses Art Journaling: Making Time for Creativity” by Gina Rossi Armfield. And I organized my fountain pens and inks, so I can use those in my journal too.

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Writing Space

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Almost Time for NaNo

This year I’m using a sketchbook for my NaNo novel, and I’ll be using a fountain pen. Every week I’ll track how much ink I’ve used. I’m starting a new bottle of Waterman‘s South Sea Blue with the fountain pen I bought from Pens and More.

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Trip to Detroit

I went to Detroit and came home with new fountain pen gear from PenzDetroiT. I also got some more Waterman ink, purple and green. I’m loving the different paper sizes. Then I went to Montblanc and Paradise Pen Company at Somerset Mall. I actually got to hold Montblancs and test different nibs. A Montblanc is in …

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Prompt–Sunday, March 25

Put something on your hands and go about your normal day. Like a sticker or ink from a fountain pen. Write about it. Fingers can wear cloaks to protect them from cold with the palm as a hat keeping out the breeze. I look down and see there’s spilled ink in the streets, tears for …

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The Search for Ink and Stories

Earlier this week I finished my first short story for December. So now I’m in the lead. 1-0. The short story I finished was based on “The Young Man with the Carnation” by Isak Dinesen in “The Winter’s Tales.” Check it out if you haven’t read the collection already. Last night I made a list …

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