It’s been a long time since we ran a giveaway, mostly because they’re a bit unwieldy.

However here we are!

We’re going to give away one of our Traveler’s Notebook sets, which includes a cover, a 002 grid insert, a 014 kraft paper insert and a set of the connecting rubber bands. You will be able to pick the leather cover colour you’d like (there are four choices: black, brown, blue and the camel which is featured above).

I’m honestly (I swear!) not being in tongue in cheek about picking the Traveler’s Notebook, in this time of limited/no travel. The notebook and the system and the philosophy of the notebook do celebrate the idea of traveling and visiting places and experiencing things, and perhaps (I hope) you will bring your Traveler’s Notebook with you on your future travels.

But, if you are in self-isolation or limiting how much you go out, this is also a really great time to use your Traveler’s Notebook. I love mine! I write about mine a lot here on the blog, and it features in many of our instagram posts. I try to branch out but I’m just not very branchy.

This is a great time to have a notebook system that allows you to compartmentalize, decompress, scribble, write, organize a bit. I have an insert where I keep reading notes, a planner insert that used to be used for after school activities, meetings, etc. That is now mostly used for planning content, and a third insert that is a very flexible notebook of journaling, thoughts, ideas, lists.

In any case, I have diverged slightly onto the Path of Rambling about Traveler’s Notebooks, but really this post is to celebrate whatever you’re using.

To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below about what you’re using or how you’re using it to keep creative or inspired during this time. It could be your favourite fountain pen and ink combo, a new coffee machine, a refreshed writing space, or a new creativity exercise like morning pages or a morning walk. If you want to share on Instagram, we’d love to see photos with #wonderpensinquarantine !

Please bear in mind that all comments need to be manually approved so if your comment will not automatically appear. (We get a lot of spam comments.) We will try our best to be on the ball for the week that this is open. We will of course do a good check through before we close the contest. We also reserve the right to filter comments that, in our best judgement, are inappropriate or unfortunate, for example inappropriate promotion or links (which...could be another word for spam?). Please take this fun giveaway in the light spirit in which it was intended!

We’re going to close up the comments on Tuesday, May 12, 2020. We will ship to anywhere we can normally ship to. Please leave a comment with an email address we can reach you at. If you don’t respond to our email or contact us within a week, sadly, we’re going to have to move on to someone else.

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I’ve been hooked on fountain pens since I was very young, diving in and out of calligraphy (but lacking the patience to persevere). Instead, I pivoted to becoming a notebook addict, using them for notes, journaling, research, but as my chronic illness made it harder to write by hand, mostly just for having. At one point, I had a collection so big I was thinking about starting an Instagram account to share my preciouses with the world. I have now started actually using them (ok, some of them), which feels both good and also like I am violating art. It’s complicated. :) My partner recently introduced me to Traveler’s Notebooks, which is the best compromise: I get to have a delicious notebook with interchangeable interiors so I actually write in it (in short spurts). So now I write down ideas and snippets for books and blog posts and it’s wonderfully inspiring. And there are accessories! I smell a whole new collection brweing…

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I’ve been using a Lines a Day 5 year journal for short stuff and a new Apica Grid notebook to just kind of free write. It’s been very helpful!


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My husband has recently shown me the delight of journalling with beautiful fountain pens in wonderful note books like these.
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John Grubb

John Grubb said:

I just got hooked on the fountain pen experience last year but over the last 8 or 9 months, I have learned so much and also written a ton just for the joy of writing and improving my writing. I use a wide range of notebooks, always having 4 or 5 on the go at any one time, mostly recording my thoughts about the particular pen I’m writing with and I have lots to write about since my collection has broken the 100 mark a while ago. One of the biggest joys I get from fountain pens is how using them reminds me of my mother and her beautiful handwriting. She would keep a journal back in the days on the farm and I can still remember her writing with her prized fountain pen. She got it when she started teaching (at the age of 17 in 1945) in one room schoolhouses in southern Saskatchewan. She passed away in 2009 so this has become a wonderful way to remember her.

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For my birthday I bought myself one of the Classiky First Aid boxes which I have been coveting since first seeing them in your shop. I use it to hold my favourite index cards (sadly discontinued) with notes and prompts for my novel-in-slow-progress; washi tape; chocolate and writing inspiration from Firefly Creative Writing; stickers and small notebooks. I love it! What a treat to have it arrive shortly after everything closed down. I’ve been writing in my notebooks more than ever, journaling and doodling, filling my pens with different inks, and also enjoying pens from my “surprise pack”. I’m so grateful to small businesses like yours. Thank you for keeping me supplied with so many of my favourite things!


Andrea said:

I’ve been filling in my journal from Paperbacknote notebook (local notebook maker here in Vancouver) with art and journal entries more often these days. My go-to pens are my Black Lamy Safari and TWSBI ECO fountain pens and I’m currently using Robert Oster’s “Fire and Ice” ink – a personal favourite! I also built my own watercolour palette from upcycling a mint tin.

Journalling has always been a cathartic way for me to be grounded and or be “in the flow”. i’ve been journalling for two-thirds of my life, and it’s humbling to see something I’ve created and witness how I’ve grown and changed throughout all these years. Journalling has been an important outlet for me to cope with the current and uncertain events we’re currently facing.


Olivia said:

Thanks for this giveaway and for the blog in general – your posts have been a great comfort to me lately. I’ve been writing a ton with my new Platinum 3776 and my less-new-but-still-beloved TWSBI Eco, both loaded up with my favorite Robert Oster inks. I started a new journal in late April and have already filled up 80 pages… so at least I’m creating some kind of record for future historians?

Anders Jensen

Anders Jensen said:

The pandemic has me laid off, but it has given me an opportunity to spend some time with my kids and take up bullet journalling, I think it is important to make the most of a rough situation like this


Sheena said:

In this extraordinary time of being largely stuck indoors, I’m able to spend much more uninterrupted contemplation than usual with my Diamond 580 (Edelstein Smoky Quartz) and all the notebooks that whisper my name; however, inspiration is harder to come by. I miss experiencing new places.

I’ve been digging for ideas in neglected nooks – the back corner of that closet (the one with the doors that barely close), old photo albums, bulging notebooks of the past with collages and poetry (some quite horrendous) and countless book ideas and character sketches. Once I get through all of those, I guess I’m left with the cookbooks. (How can that ever be a bad thing? Let’s hope potlucks are back on the table by then.)

Stay safe, everybody!


Victoria said:

I’ve been taking the time that I would normally spend commuting to work on completing the first draft of a novel on my laptop but nothing beats pen and paper to get the creative juices flowing! :)


Paul said:

As of late, I have found myself with more time to myself and have begun walking for about an hour each day just to enjoy the outside. Being without my phone and wandering, both literally and mentally, has really improved my QOL!


Brendan said:

Pens are my friends, even after the quarantine ends!

While I can’t see my human friends right now, I am spending time with my pen friends. When I write they are speaking to me. We can gather in groups or one on one, for fun. So to answer the question, during this challenging time I am spending time with trusted old (and new) friends!


Lindsay said:

I’ve started baking and have always liked the idea of passing on handwritten recipes. The TN is the perfect way to document the recipes I want to keep!


Sara said:

Writing during this time has been essential to maintaining perspective and trying to stay sane.

I think I’ve kept a journal forever. Now in my 40’s it’s hard to remember when this practice started. But writing has helped me through many phases of my life! Over the last 2 years I have begun a collection of fountain pens, inks, stamps and washi tape. These beautiful things bring me a lot of pleasure and joy! Which is also so essential during this time – the simple pleasures…
During this time of COVID I have been writing letters to friends, family and work colleagues. It is so helpful for me this small act of kindness and it also gives me a chance to play with all my analogue tools. Additionally friends and family have been so happy to receive these letters.

I have also sent letters and small packages to my clients I work in children’s mental health and I want my clients to know that I am still thinking of them. They have been so pleased to receive these letters and packages.
Now I’m just trying to get my sons into this practice.
Writing is a wonderful way to stay connected.
This time has reminded me of the power of the written word. And for that I am grateful!


genie said:

I started writing to friends I’ve only kept in touch with online. Since it’s one postage rate up to a certain weight, I keep writing or putting in stickers/newspaper clippings/doodles until I max out.

I’ve been doing more quarantine baking than art which doesn’t mail quite that well across the country :/


Kristiane said:

I try to keep it together by using my laptop to keep journals. I used to have a more analog setup, a planner, a journal, and an army of fountain pens. Unfortunately i left all of them in my dorm as i had to go home for the fear of being isolated just before this pandemic broke. It has been very difficult, ro process all that has been happening in the world without the comfort of my usual creative outlet. I still write journals on my laptop and it really helps, but sometimes it just makes me wish i have my notebook here with me again.


Joyce said:

Writing has always been a place of calm for me. My isolation has been eight weeks. I’ve used hobbies of many kinds to keep my sane. Writing both pen to paper as well as digital, my rubber stamping and coloring, sewing and some photography! Organizing house as well.


Marie-Christine said:

I had a small writing desk tucked away in a corner of my bedroom and moved it to the spare room, facing the window. It’s simple, but honestly having a spot that’s dedicated to writing and with a view outside really made things a bit easier for me.


Karen said:

I have been inspired to draw again, using my beautiful Palomino pencils, Rhodia notebooks, as well as a box of markers and pens that I’ve neglected. I teach a small class of children with special needs, who inspire me every day! I am going to introduce letter writing and stamp making to them. I’m so excited to share my lifelong passion for (obsession with?) the tangible, sensory experience of print and paper. Also keeping me inspired: Baking a chocolate babka on my birthday today :)


Lindsay said:

I admire how your family grew a small business. I appreciate the determination and hardwork that goes into it as I use my own Traveller’s notebook to organize my new business during these unusual times.


Kevin said:

Went to a grammar school back in the UK and we HAD to use fountain pens. Fell in love with them and used them ever since. Current “ride” is a Sheaffer primed with a variety of oddball ink colours just to keep things unique as they fade into each other on a refill. I’ve come to learn the value of quality paper though and adore the way a nib flows over well made stock.
Great that you’re offering quality writing products in Canada!

Kat Goodale

Kat Goodale said:

Writing is keeping me sane…so much writing! I’m exploring creativity in a new way by doing the 100 Day Project and embroidering 100 circles and putting them daily on Instagram (@katitude)


Bev said:

How does one harness boredom’s creative potential? (With a Traveler’s Notebook.)

Wayne B

Wayne B said:

I just dropped into Wonder Pens to grab some ink samples and noticed this post.
After several years of being incredibly busy I’ve started to see some light (or free time) at the end of the tunnel. So I plan on doing a lot more traveling and need a larger notebook for travel which is why the TN caught my eye. My current notebook cover is smaller so it can fit in a pocket or I can pull a notebook out and jam it in a badge holder, or whatever. So far I’ve had to cancel two trips so I guess fleshing out my travel kit can wait ;-(
As I scanned the comments I was amazed at the variety of activities that people are exploring. Many of my friends and acquaintances are bored and/or getting a bad case of cabin fever but most of you seem to be adapting by exploring new (or revisiting old) skills and activities. Some I’ve started myself but a thank-you to those who have given me some ideas.
Here’s my contribution to the “what are you doing” question. I have a bunch of grandchildren from 8 to 18. So I’ve started writing more and trying to get the older ones interested in analogue writing. I’ve started to assemble a paper and ink combination for each. For example, my youngest granddaughter likes purple (as she maturing she’s moving towards lavender). So I’ve picked up some textured writing paper and will order some ink samples after I finish this post. Something shimmery. My oldest granddaughter is going through a zombie phase. I’m leaning towards Oxblood because of the name. I haven’t decided on the paper yet but maybe something cream and heavy and I’ll char it around the edges. What’s an apocalypse without some burning?


PH said:

This would be a perfect for my mom on Mother’s Day.


Naomi said:

I’m using a new table in a new spot as a writing nook/video-conferencing office space. It’s a great space to write, doodle, and get creative :)
Currently using my TWSBI Eco and Kaweco Sport!


Ed said:

I use my set of trusty LAMY Safaris with Diamine (Autumn Oak, Ochre) and Noodlers inks (Apache Sunset, Navajo blue, Lexington gray) for my daily sketch journal of Clairfontaine paper. It’s been a great analog way to unplug especially during these times!

Jennine Agnew-Kata

Jennine Agnew-Kata said:

I have spent these last few weeks getting back in touch with my artistic side by doing daily nature sketches. I haven’t picked up a pencil in more than 30 years and it’s been a wonderful, meditative reprieve to return to drawing. I recently ordered some Palomino Blackwing pencils from Wonderpens as a special treat to increase my enjoyment of this special hobby.

Issam Mansour

Issam Mansour said:

Hello from Nova Scotia,
Three weeks ago, I was looking through a notebook that belonged to my dad (He passed away many years ago). It had names and addresses to many people in the old country (Lebanon). I decided to write to all the people in the notebook (in Arabic) and see how they’re doing.

I used my Platinum 3776 Century (Medium) with J. Herbin’s Lie de The and Italix Churchman’s Prescriptor (Fine) paired with Diamine’s Ancient Copper (my favourite ink).

I didn’t expect any replies but to my surprise, many wrote back; 10 letters so far: telling of stories about my dad, their friendship; I even heard from a couple of my dad’s students (he taught Arabic Literature) who baby-sat me. I think I had a crush on one of them.

Suddenly, I have a lot of pen pals and I know lovely new-to-me things about my dad. Life is contemporaneously sad and Joyous.

Sandi Peacock

Sandi Peacock said:

Hello from Florida, I am using my new Lamy Mango and ink I just received from you. It works well in my Bible journaling. Who knew what inspiration bright pen and ink would bring to this old 70 year old RN. Everyone stay safe and don’t be in a hurry it’s not normal yet.

James K

James K said:

As I look out the window early this morning, the view is obscured by a misting of snow and at first soft and gentle, then faster and wilder. The sun is revealed by the clouds and than obscured once again. These are such strange times.
I have been reading Ryder Carroll’s The Bullet Journal Method and attempting to implement some suggestions to organize my journal and activities, and for the past year I’ve also been admiring José Naranja and Dina Brodsky, sketchbook artists, and how they use their notebooks.
I currently have the Lamy Safari All Black inked with Diamine – Majestic Blue, and the TWSBI 580 with Herbin – Vert Empire. Both with EF nib. The Pilot Young Rex and TWSBI ECO are TWSBI ECO on the shelf nearby. I am peering at the TWSBI notebook with the Micarta v2 secreted within – one day, when I find that perfect ink . . .
As we are living through such strange times, I am jotting down all that gives lives meaning to face the unknown that lies ahead, and end with a quote from Viktor Frankl:
“ . . . the last of the human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way”


Esther said:

I currently use two twisbis, one in EF inked with raven black and one with a custom cursive italic nib inked with a sample from Toronto pen company. I also use two leuchturms, one as a bullet journal and one for grad school. I am writing my thesis through this as I can’t finish research right now. So I use my grad school notebook to do initial outlines and drafts. I’ve been walking a lot to work out phrasing, but the snow today has me curled up inside knitting.

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Marie-Josee Bourgault said:

Since working from home, I’ve finally put to good use smaller stapled notebook, including a Field Note ( the 2019 Spring Limited Edition, Mile Marker ) and a Clairefontaine one, in the Flying Spirit collection. I end up loving those two, each now dedicated to their own project. It’s a comfort to have them on my desk all day <3

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Neacol Miller said:

I am anxiously awaiting my first fountain pens to go in my brand new office/studio. We usually travel a lot to sell our glass art but since we’ve been home we’ve been able to get around to creating our new studio space. The new hot shop comes with a spanking new office I am avidly decorating to be a clear, creative place!

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