Bastet and Bee sent me a couple of their notepads to play around with and review here on the blog. All thoughts expressed here are my own.
Bastet and Bee produce notepads in unconventional designs with the aim of encouraging you to think differently.
They have a handful of designs available but I was drawn to the Stack and Play notepad. I really liked the playful designs but also the balance of colours. The grey and yellow are complimentary and aren’t too imposing.
The Play notepad I actually think is the more subdued of the two designs I have. I thought this option would be easier to use with the number of boxed off areas. It is less vibrant too.
The Stack was my favourite of the two and the one I ended up using a lot more. The boxes were great for jotting down tasks that popped into my head or for taking random notes on calls.
In terms of writing tools on these notepads they fared well. The paper quality isn’t too bad and could handle most of the pens I used with it. Some did feather a little, mostly the fountain pens. But markers help up well and didn’t bleed through onto the next page.
I like what Bastet and Bee have created. The notepads come in a number of good designs and the colour scheme is really nice, but I am a fan of anything yellow.
I’d like to thank Bastet and Bee for sending me their desk pads to review here on the blog.