Faber-Castell Grip & Sheaffer VFM Prize Draw – Day 7.

NSW14To enter for the day 7 prize draw to win one of 4 Faber-Castell and 4 Sheaffer pens simply complete a task in the Rafflecopter widget below. For every completed task you will be given 1 entry to the competition.

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Anna has been a lover of stationery since the age of three, when she got her first red spotted pencil case. Lucky enough to work part time for The Pen Company, she is surrounded by stationery; the dream of many a collector!

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  2. Ilir at 11:03 pm

    I like the Diamine inks but their colours look different in reality compared to the samples you see on a web page. The oxblood looks brown for example rather than a deep red.

  3. shea wong at 12:54 pm

    The last pen I bought was the Aspinal of London ballpoint jotter that came with my jotter pad. I’m a fountain pen type, but it’s not half bad!

  4. Karen at 3:51 pm

    I bought a 10 pack of Papermate Inkjoy pens yesterday… But last fountain pen I bought was a Lamy Nexx Opal to use with an existing 1.5mm nib for italic calligraphy practice in spring break.

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  6. Kelly M. at 6:53 am

    The last “fancy” pen was a pink Platinum Cool for my birthday, but the last average pen(s) were a bunch of Pigma Micron Design markers & brush pens.

  7. Saul Hymes at 4:15 am

    A TWSBI 580, F nib. It’s my favorite pen currently–have it inked with J Herbin Bleu Pervenche. Lovely, lovely color.

  8. Mike Penman at 5:41 pm

    The most recent pen was a Faber Castell eMotion with a fine nib for scribbling in my diary. Lovely smooth nib.

  9. Louise at 6:34 pm

    A red pilot pen for my son, he is studying for his highers and uses different colours of ink when he’s writing up chemistry experiments.

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