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What were your favorite Rhodia products in 2011?
Did you try something new and simply fall in love?
What products are you looking forward to trying in 2012?

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Posted on January 2nd, 2012 by Stephanie
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DotPad #16. It’s a great size for a variety of purposes and the dots offer structure for when that’s desirable and can be ignored when it isn’t.

Rhodia premium pad! It not only salvages my lost thesis section, but also opens my eyes on premium stationery. As for new items… where should I begin? There are so many goodies!

I really enjoyed the Rhodia Unlimited pad I received from a giveaway here. I also have 2 Rhodia pencils at my desk at school, well, I actually only have 1 left in my desk. It seems that my other orange pencil mysteriously walked away from my room and ended up in the English room. Apparently, a line forms at the teacher’s desk in order to use that Rhodia pencil!

By Fred Pitts on January 2nd, 2012 at 1:02 pm

I’m very much enjoying the 2012 planner I received from one of the giveaways here and my favorite notebook is still the 21cm x 21cm Reverse Book.

I really enjoyed the No. 10 staplebound notepads. They’re great for jotting down quick notes and you can fit them in your pocket on the go. A great tool for getting things done.

I’ll simply hum a recurring tune of glory for the LeCarres…AND add that I tried a Dot pad and Loved it!! Love the dot pattern…It is the convergence of all that is good about blank, lines, and graph. Looking forward to beginning a Dot Webbie when done with the current blank. Also–did I read somewhere or hear that, oh bliss, the dot pads will also come in orange this coming year?

R by Rhodia is full of win. It has become my new everyday paper in both the 18 and 16 sizes.

I also love the DotPad #16! I have several around the house and use them all the time! I also adore my Dot Webbie.

By Troy Penrod on January 2nd, 2012 at 10:50 pm

I prefer the Webbie A6 black. I like to journal in there instead of posting on Facebook of what I’m thinking/doing. I especially do it when I’m with my 2 girls. (6 and 3)

8×5 DotWebbie .. hands down!

8×5 dot webbie, hands down!

Dot pads and Dot Webbies!!

R by Rhodia premium off-white pads!! We asked for paper like the webbie in a tablet form, and you delivered. All my other tablet papers are getting jealous, because only the R by Rhodia is getting much action these days.

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