Win bundles of top stationery this #NatStatWeek!

National Stationery Week 2018


It’s our favourite week of the year again! And how better to celebrate our love of stationery than by giving lots of stationery goodies away during the biggest stationery week of the year? National Stationery Week runs from 23rd-29th April this year, and we’re giving away 7 stationery bundles in celebration, along with a rather exciting main prize.

So, what can I win?

The BIG prize this year is the Graf von Faber-Castell Tamito Finewriter pen. This lovely pen is made in Germany by Faber-Castell’s luxury division and has an RRP of £175. The pen is in a subtle but alluring Taupe finish and comes fitted with a fineliner refill, but may also be used with standard rollerball refills if preferred.

Our other prizes are 7 BIG stationery bundles (RRP around £55 each) containing:

  • 1 x Sheaffer Switch ballpoint pen with touch screen stylus — ideal for the modern worker or student, or to use home, this pen can be used with a touch screen device such as a phone or tablet and is great for general note-taking.
  • 1 x Faber-Castell Grip ballpoint pen — an excellent ergonomic ballpoint pen with a comfy rubberised grip section.
  • 1 x Faber-Castell Grip Plus mechanical pencil — the equally comfy sibling of the the ballpoint pen above.
  • 2 x 80ml bottles of Diamine fountain pen ink — a pair of ink bottles form the renowned UK-based ink manufacturer with a history stretching back over 150 years.

How do I enter?

Entry into our competitions couldn’t be simpler! Just complete one or more tasks in the Rafflecopter widgets below for your chance to win.

main prize

The main prize: a Graf von Faber-Castell Tamito Finewriter pen

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Bundle prizes (showing the full range of colours)

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Terms & Conditions 

  • The competitions will run from midnight on Monday 23rd April 2018 to midnight on Sunday 29th April 2018. Any entries made before or after this time will not be counted.
  • There will be one winner per prize. The winners will be selected at random, and notified within one week of the competition end.
  • If a winner does not respond a fortnight after being contacted by us, the prize will be forfeited, and we will be within our rights to draw a new winner – again, at random.
  • The competitions are open to stationery lovers worldwide.
  • The winners’ names will be published on this blog post and on our social media channels.
  • There are no cash alternatives to the prizes.
  • No personal data is stored by us or Rafflecopter: we only request your name, email address and postal address in order to contact you and post your prize to you. These details are not stored, and are not used for any other purposes.
  • Ink and pen colours for prizes will be selected at random.

Lucy is our lead editor and has been passionate about stationery since childhood. She has a particular fondness for rollerball and calligraphy pens and is a keen advocate of snail mail.

There are 266 comments for this article
  1. Solange at 8:37 pm

    I love notebooks and planners. There is something so enticing about a new notebook. A blank page to be filled with dreams, aspirations and plans. It’s a safe place where my ideas are welcomed and encouraged.

  2. Ellie S at 11:34 am

    My favourite kind of stationery is memo pads. I use them all the time and have one on my desk, one by the telephone and one on my bedside table. They’re great for jotting down phone messages, to-do lists, grocery lists, reminders & also, I like to leave sweet little messages for my family.

  3. Ellie S at 11:38 am

    Memopads! They’re super handy for jotting down little lists (to do, reminders, groceries, etc) and I also use them to write cute little notes for my family to find (which I think they appreciate!)

  4. Lydia Frew at 12:58 pm

    I well crafted notebook. My dad was a master bookbinder when I was little and I watched the many stages that he would go through to bind a book with fascination.

  5. Mary Heald at 4:33 pm

    I love notebooks. As a poetry writer I use them for notetaking and ideas for poems ….but I have loved erasers since I was child as well !

  6. Alison Turnnidge at 6:40 pm

    My favourite stationery items are fountain pens, ink, pens, notebooks actually all stationery items have a useful place

  7. Jamie Edwards at 9:13 pm

    I’m a sucker for a diary/planner! A place for my to-do lists and routines/appointments for myself and the kids! 🙂

  8. William Gould at 10:32 pm

    Notebooks – my wife uses hundreds of them! A daily to-do list for the both of us every day of the year soon fills them up!

  9. debbie jayne davies at 10:24 am

    I love having a brand new writing pad. theres nothing nicer than writing on that first page. i think it stems from my school days i used to love starting a new exersise book.

  10. Sophie Roberts at 9:12 pm

    I love notebooks! I’m obsessed with making to-do lists and making plans, it never takes me long to fill one!

  11. Judith Allen at 9:36 pm

    I love sticky notes, any make, and my partner loves pens. But then she can write beautifully and draw. I really can’t.

  12. Dale Dow at 9:58 am

    for me it’s pens, and the worst part is we’re always losing them so I’m always buying them, think we have a pen goblin in the house!

  13. Amanda Gregory at 10:49 am

    I can’t get enough pens. If anyone touches my pens it really puts me on edge. They have to be decent quality too but there are several good quality ones. I don’t have a favourite brand.

  14. Isabel O at 7:47 pm

    I have a bit of an obsession with buying notebooks, any kind even boring ones but especially pretty ones! I don’t even always use them, I just like them!

  15. AUSTIN MEESON at 4:33 am

    I love notebooks and planners. There is something so fabulous about a new notebook. A blank page to be filled with dreams, aspirations and plans. It’s a safe place where my ideas are welcomed and encouraged.

  16. Christine Hobbs at 4:48 am

    I love a new notebook. I like to personalise it front page and then carry it everywhere for notes lists and doodles. Hate it when it runs out.

  17. Su at 2:21 pm

    I always have a highlighter nearby to mark beautiful phrases or sentences I come across in my reading. Might be sacrilege to some, but I hope this will help me on my journey to becoming a writer 🙂

  18. Tracey Ashburn at 7:17 pm

    I love all things stationery. But I have to pens are my go to favourite especially fountain pens along with a beautiful notecard I am never without. Always on the look out for my next treat

  19. Jaynealicia at 11:29 pm

    Notebooks for me> I use a pocket size one to record those instant notes – the gems you hear on the train or passing someone in the street. I use larger ones for fleshing out stories, characters and locations.

  20. Carly Belsey at 4:49 am

    I love a wonderful writing pen. I literally have to hide my good pens in my drawer at work or they will get taken! I do love post its too – I cannot live without post-its! Wonderful giveaway – thank you

  21. Jo Gomis at 9:16 am

    My kitchen wall is ready to be decorated with even more wonderful masterpieces by my grandchildren, wishing to be rewarded with granny’s ‘gooey’ things.

  22. Kristin Burdsall at 11:29 am

    Have to say im a bit of a sucker for unusually paper clips! My friends and family always do a great job for birthdays and Christmas at finding me some really fun and unusual designs

  23. CAROL PATRICK at 1:32 pm

    I love a good quality and trustworthy pen. I hate using really cheap biros that smudge & suffer ink flow problems, they just don’t function efficiently & it affects my thinking as well as my writing.

  24. Eileen Pritchard at 1:51 pm

    The best bit about the start of a school year was the new pen(s) and general stationery you had purchased for you.

  25. Ruth Kromkamp at 3:23 pm

    Pens and sticking notes – I get through many of both! Always wanted to invest in a nice pen that would last so #fingerscrossed!

  26. kysha plante at 5:13 pm

    I have a pen and pencil problem. I buy pens or pencils or markers every where. I have a vintage Schaeffer fountain pen but am currently using 3 BIC pens from Dollar General to write my latest book. I love ink!

  27. Amanda at 6:54 pm

    Lovely giveaway, and great way to celebrate this week. I love snail mail, so my favourite stationary is nice paper. But you have to have a good pen to write a nice letter too.

  28. R Moon at 8:43 pm

    I have a reputation at work for jealously guarding all my stationary! I love my highlighter pens and my ergonomic pen.

  29. natalie crossan at 11:19 pm

    I love post it notes, they are so useful and fun – i always leave one in my daughters lunchox 🙂 a fun one x

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