In mid February I was contacted by Jeeves and Co asking if I would like to take a look at a few of their products. This was perfect timing as I was in the thick of InCoWriMo and I could instantly put them to good use. Although Jeeves and Co kindly sent me these items for the purpose of this review the thoughts below are entirely my own. On with the review!
First thing I noticed with Jeeves and Co’s products is that I liked the majority of their designs. I actually had trouble trying to make my final choices. I have searched for personalised correspondence cards in the past and the designs can be too traditional or too expensive and I have not been able to find something that really caught me eye. Jeeves and Co’s designs are the perfect solution to this problem.
I finally settled on the Sweet Dreams correspondence cards. This design plays on sweets and chocolates and comes with a few different designs in the pack. I love the style and colours used. The font used for your name is really nice and works well with the overall design.
For the writing paper I chose the owl design in the Cosmic Forest series. The design is really pretty and doesn’t impose on the page too much giving me plenty of writing room.
Whilst you want a nice design from your correspondence paper the really important thing is how well it can handle pen and ink. I used both of these sets during InCoWriMo and I found the quality of the paper really good. The paper weights are high, 120gsm for the writing paper and 270gsm for the correspondence cards. I had no issues using any of my fountain pens so a big win right there.
I am really impressed with the items I have used from Jeeves and Co. The designs they have available are modern and fun. For less than £15 they are really well priced. Jeeves and Co have made personalised stationery affordable without compromising on the quality.
I would like to thank Jeeves and Co for sending me a sample of their stationery to use.