Monday, September 19th, 2011

Fan suggestion: Rhodia Postcards and Notecards?

Stephanie

I received a recent question from Rusty asking whether Rhodia had ever considered making  fountain-pen-friendly postcards or notecards. He thinks they would be a big hit with our fans especially if available in both black and orange versions with a dotted back side.

What do you think? Would you buy Rhodia postcards? Are you finding typical post cards bleed or feather with fountain pen inks?


28 thoughts on “Fan suggestion: Rhodia Postcards and Notecards?

  1. I would love some post cards, Note cards would be interesting too, they would have to be cheap because most people won’t spend more than a few dollars on note cards. How about a post card you can write on the front and back?

  2. I would love some post cards, Note cards would be interesting too, they would have to be cheap because most people won’t spend more than a few dollars on note cards. How about a post card you can write on the front and back?

  3. I get chills when I think of Rhodia 3×5 cards! I only use Rhodia pads now because I am simply addicted to the feel and quality of the paper. Not to mention the Orange pads look amazing too. But yes, I would buy lots of 3×5 index cards.

  4. I get chills when I think of Rhodia 3×5 cards! I only use Rhodia pads now because I am simply addicted to the feel and quality of the paper. Not to mention the Orange pads look amazing too. But yes, I would buy lots of 3×5 index cards.

  5. I definitely would buy postcards and note cards. I have a need for both and would love fountain pen friendly ones.

  6. I definitely would buy postcards and note cards. I have a need for both and would love fountain pen friendly ones.

  7. I would probably buy both if the artwork was good. It would depend on that, but would love to have a nice heavy Rhodia paper for those purposes.

  8. I would probably buy both if the artwork was good. It would depend on that, but would love to have a nice heavy Rhodia paper for those purposes.

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