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Pretty Stationery! Rhodia Notebook from Pocket Notebooks Review

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If you follow my Facebook page, you’ll probably know that I am a bit of a fan of pretty stationery. I just can’t help myself, especially when I go in shops like ‘The Works’ who have some great notebooks, planners and diaries for not very much money. A girl can never have too many notebooks!

So, when Pocket Notebooks asked if I’d like to test drive one of their Rhodia notebooks, I didn’t have to think too long.

The Rhodia I received was a beautiful, vibrant raspberry colour, but there are several other colour options to choose from. Raspberry was perfect, as it matches my diary and planner – as well as my pen! I love the contrasting orange of the page marker ribbon and elastic.

It has a lovely, weighty feel to it; it feels like a good quality notebook.

Inside the cover is this gorgeous multicoloured zebra design.

The pages themselves are 90g ivory brushed vellum and ruled. They have a beautiful, smooth feel and pen glides on. And, with 192 of them, you have plenty of room for notes!

And inside the back cover is a lovely little touch – an expanding pocket for any little bits and pieces such as stamps, receipts and secret notes!

This is a lovely little notebook and at A6 size will easily fit in a pocket, bag or anywhere else you like to keep them (just about everywhere in my house!). It feels a much nicer quality than my usual bargain notebooks, and I imagine I’ll save it for really important notes rather than just shopping and ‘to do’ lists!

Do you love pretty stationery too? What do you write in notebooks?

The ‘Rhodia’ notebook is available here (priced at £7.50), along with an extensive range of notebooks, pens and accessories.

Disclosure: I snapped up the chance to review this notebook in exchange for a free one from Pocket Notebooks, but my mind is my own…

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Kelly is a mother of two – her son H and daughter Tink. H is home educated, Tink is autistic. Kelly is a self-employed Virtual Assistant… Life is busy!

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