Whether it’s for a close family member, a faraway penpal, or your busy boss, Rhodia No. 12 notepads are easy to gift! Staplebound with 80 gsm acid-free paper, Rhodia notepads are micro-perforated on top for easy and clean tearing. The stiff back cover provides the support required, and the staples do not appear on back. Each pad contains 80 sheets for drawing, doodling, note-taking, and list-making. At 3.375 x 4.75 inches, the Rhodia Top Staplebound No. 12 Notepad is the perfect little notepad to pop into your luggage, stash in your purse or briefcase, and leave on your desk at work!
This weekend only, you can grab the Rhodia No. 16 Top Staplebound Notepad (6 by 8.25 inches) for 25% OFF!! Use code FLASH25 at checkout and save instantly. This coupon code is good for October 12 through 15 only, so hurry while supplies last.
The Rhodia No. 16 Top Staplebound Notepad is known for its 80 gsm, extra white, acid-free and ink-friendly vellum paper (all micro-perforated for easy removal). Rhodia’s Staplebound Notepads have reinforced staples at the top, a scored front cover that neatly folds back, and a stiff back cover allows for easy writing or sketching on-the-go. The famous orange cover dates back to the 1930s – it was a standard hue for cardstock at the time and remains unchanged to this day. Over time, Rhodia has become the most popular pad in France.
Known for its uber-classic orange and black covers, Rhodia is breaking out of the box with their new Rhodiarama Webbies! Spice up your Rhodia collection with your choice of cover color: Anis Green, Poppy Red, Regal Purple, Sultry Taupe, Turquoise Blue, or Canary Yellow.
This pocket-sized A6 journal is perfect for traveling or just journaling at home. Filled with functionality such as the classic Rhodia orange elastic closure, ribbon bookmark, and convenient expanding rear inner pocket, the Rhodia Webnotebook is a simple and sophisticated notebook for everyday life.
The hard leatherette cover is embossed with the iconic Rhodia logo, and each Rhodiarama Pocket Webnotebook is filled with 90 gsm, ivory-colored, acid-free and pH neutral paper for a wonderfully smooth and enjoyable writing experience. Brighten your days with Rhodiarama!
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What do you think of the Rhodiarama Journals? Do you love to pick out your personal cover color, or do you prefer Rhodia’s normal orange or black covers?
The Moleskine Classic Large Ruled Notebook is known for being the quintessential little black notebook that you see everywhere. With 240 acid-free pages in its uber portable 5.25 x 8.25 inch size, use this notebook at home as a personal diary, at work to jot down notes and ideas throughout the day, and at school to keep track of new friends and schedules. Moleskine’s legendary hard cover notebook includes several features you’ve come to know and love: the ribbon placeholder, elastic closure, and rear expandable pocket. What do you use your Moleskine for?
Rhodia’s No. 18 Notepad is a versatile notepad ideal for taking long scores of notes, keeping track of your to-do lists, and generally keeping you organized. Known for its 80 gsm extra white, acid-free and ink-friendly vellum paper, you can use any type of pen or pencil on Rhodia’s #18 pad without worrying about bleedthrough. Plus, each page is micro-perforated for easy removal and all Rhodia’s Staplebound Notepads have reinforced staples at the top, a scored front cover that neatly folds back, and a stiff back cover allows for easy writing or sketching on-the-go. Why is Rhodia your favorite?
For other ideas on how to use dot paper, check out Bonnie Jean’s guest post here on our blog, The Joy of Dots.
I have filled up thousands of pages of notebooks with what seems like every kind of paper.
Most wilted under the weight and wear of all the pens and glues I put on them. Many of the bindings stretched or fell apart or at least became misshapen. I have been enamored with graph paper of all types but most lines simply want to be more prominent in the drawing than I want them to be.
Enter the Rhodia Dot paper. It loves my pens, smooth but slightly textured, the dots are ready to be a surface — a subtle ground to hold the drawing but not interfere with the story the image tells.
Just as quickly, the dots can be a starting place for a new drawing. They can be used to create an open space, a surface that allows the first pencil marks to open up the space on the page to become its own new world.
Finally, in a drawing with curves and organic shapes, the dots become invisible to my creative eye and are a silent partner in the creative process. In this world of dots on smooth slightly textured paper, the dots can vanish under the lines of my pen and become the structure of a drawing.
Thank you Rhodia Dots.
Meet the Writer: Bonnie Jean Woolger lives in Decatur, Ga., with her three dogs, one kitty, and her partner. She fills every sketchbook that she can get and makes pens out of wood. By day she works in a university library digitizing books.
I’m so excited to get this planner and get organized. I didn’t get a planner in January and am excited for a fresh new start in August; ready for a great rest of the year!
Dated August 2012 to July 2013, Rhodia’s Academic Weekly Planner is the perfect go-to datebook for paper-loving students and professionals. The sewn binding allows the Rhodia WebPlanner to lay flat when open, and the matching elastic closure keeps any loose notes tucked inside when closed.
Printed in crisp grey and orange, the Rhodia 2012-13 Pocket Weekly Planner has the week (Monday through Saturday) on the left, and a large grid area for notes (plus Sunday) on the right. The Large Weekly Planner is slightly different as it has the whole week (Monday through Sunday) on the left, and a whole grid page on the right for notes.
See your plans clearly on the white, 90 gsm, acid-free paper and easily go to the week in progress using the tear-off corners. Keep track of your essentials with the classy Rhodia 2012-2013 Academic Weekly Planner! See all our Academic Planners on EPC here!
Today is the last day you can sign up for a chance to participate in Rhodia Drive’s official journal swap!
“12 people will be chosen to participate and will each receive a large orange dotWebbie in which to create. You do not have to be an artist/writer to participate. This 1st swap will be open to US residents only.” The theme is “Favorite Things” and is open to interpretation.
Click through to Rhodia Drive’s blog for more details and to sign up via the embedded form. Good luck!
1 –> Daisy Yellow had a nice post about “Taking Stock” of 2011 with her post showing off every single journal, sketchbook, and scrap notebook pulled out. Check it out here. Also, Laurie over at Plannerisms did a Planner Tally, which we have to admit is impressive! Have you ever done something similar to taking stock of all your planners, notebooks, or journals? If we pulled out every finished and in-use notebook around the office here, it’d get pretty crowded around here!
4 –> Matt [A Guy's Moleskine Notebook] had a great post outlining the World Book Night 2012 that’s coming up on 4/23/12. It’s an annual celebration “designed to spread a love of reading and books.” If you’re interested in participating, check out his post for the full list of books.
5 –> For all you ultralights out there (ultralight backpackers, we mean) we came across a neat Rite in the Rain Notebook Hack post by Stick. Which then led us to an even cooler Fisher Space Pen Refill Hack on Brian’s Backpacking Blog. Even if you’re not an outdoorsy type, these hacks are neat to check out to get a sense of the incredibly broad range of what people do with pens, paper, and notebooks.
8 –> Margana [Inkophile] did a poll last month asking what your favorite ink brand was and not surprisingly Noodler’s came in first! It was pretty heavily weighted toward Noodler, but check out her post to see who came in #2-9.
9 –> And, of course, we have to do a call-out to Rhodia Drive’s Official 2012 Journal Swap. Long story short, Rhodia Drive will choose 12 people to each receive a large dotgrid webnotebook that the participants will then create art or write on a specified number of pages; then it’s on to another person for another set of pages. This repeats until the book is complete and it’s sent back to the original author. It sounds like a ton of fun so be sure to head over to their blog and sign up!
10 –> And we’ll leave you for the weekend with a lovely ink&paper video, as first seen on Felt & Wire’s blog.
2 –> Millie at MsLogica.com shows you how to make a fab pencil wrap. Check out her post here!
4 –> Ink/Pen/Pencil Review Round-up:
Noodlers Blue Nose Bear Ink Review by Pocket Blonde.
Noodlers Firefly Yellow Ink Review by Peninkcillin.
Diamine Eclipse, Amaranth, Ancient Copper and Damson Ink Review by PensandPaper.co.uk
Review: J. Herbin Rouge Hematite 1670 Anniversary Ink by Gourmet Pens.
Pentel Slicci 0.25mm in Red by Rhonda Eudaly.
Swan Neck Pen Review by Multi Pen Dimensions (check it out particularly if you’re left-handed).
5 –> If you haven’t seen this yet, it is a MUST for the holidays! Star Wars Snowflakes!! Enjoy
And most of all, Happy Holidays to you all!
Thank you so much for the support by following our blog, commenting on our bloggers’ articles, and purchasing your paper products from our store! We can’t wait for 2012 with you all!