Finally, JetPens had the Western Envelope Template in stock. I've been trying to get this for the past month or so and they seem to always be sold out, which is a good thing (I guess). I got it plus the Pilot Con-20 Converter and the E+M Workman Pocket Clutch Lead Holder - 5.5 mm. These were my haul for August.
This is a really nice pencil and works very well for sketching and for underlining in books. I have already found many uses for it.
This Con-20 converter is a replacement for the piston converter in my Pilot Stealth VP. I absolutely hate the piston type converters that come with these pens, they hold little to no ink if you can get them to draw up any at all. I have never had any luck with them.
This lovely green E+M Workman Pocket Clutch Lead Holder is reasonably priced and provides another great sketching tool. I really enjoy using these big 5.5 mm lead holders. I have several.
Lastly the Western Envelope Template. I purchased the Japanese Template earlier, by accident actually, and have enjoyed using it very much. But I really wanted this western style.
I close this awesome grizzly bear from an old calendar (I never throw out photo calendars they make great envelopes).
Here he is all ready for a letter. Guess that I should get to writing.
I can't thank Lily from JetPens enough for the monthly sponsorship which has allowed be to purchase all these wonderful products and showcase them for you.
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