Welcome to the September 8, 2009 edition of carnival of pen, pencil and paper. My name is Brad, and I am a pen addict, and I am also the host for this months blog carnival. So sit back, relax, grab a funnel cake or maybe a fried Twinkie, and enjoy this months submissions.
Sam presents How To: Platinum Preppy Eyedropper with Rohrer & Klingner Scabiosa (Iron Gall) Ink posted at Future; Nostalgic, saying, "This was a really interesting project and the first time I've tried iron gall ink. As I write this, a week on from the beginning of the test, the Preppy is still in complete working order and the ink remains free-flowing."
Wise_Bread presents Back to School: Savings and DIY Projects for Craft Capable Cheapskates posted at Wisebread.
CynthiaNiklas presents Review: Side-By-Side Comparison of Cartesio and Moleskine Daily Planners posted at Journaling Arts.
Delilah presents For There Is Nothing That We Can Do posted at Gathering Orange, saying, "I'm trying to write a blog for college students and am literally just getting my feet wet, but I hope you like this rant!"
Tom Oddo presents Pelikan M200 Italic Special Production Review posted at Goldspot Pens, saying, "A side by side comparison of the new italic M200 nib with the standard Pelikan steel nibs found on the Tradition series."
Michael Leddy presents Fineline erasers posted at Orange Crate Art, saying, "This is a post from The Museum of Supplies, an occasional series on my blog, devoted to old stationery items purchased from even older stores."
Diane Bobal presents My Tarot Journal posted at Pocket Blonde, saying, "This is a special journal I made that I'm really proud of and really like. Thought I'd submit, showing off one of my collection pieces."
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