Getting organised with the Doodle Collection

Getting organised with the Doodle Collection – review and giveaway

I’m not a great one for gadgets as people who know me well will tell you.  I can’t ever see my turned away from a trusty paperback or my yearly paper diary.  I’m never to be found without either.  So it will come as no surprise that I’m a paper list kind of girl too. I was in need of a new notebook and I’ve been getting organised with the Doodle Collection.

Getting organised with the Doodle Collection

As Monkey and I are due to fly out to Spain next week I also wanted something he could use to keep him entertained on the journey.  Getting organised with the Doodle Collection solved both issues.  I knew he’d love the Kids Scribble Pad and would like the carry handle.

Getting organised with the Doodle Collection

With 104 blank pages, he can draw to his heart’s content when we’re on our trip, the pages can be torn off, so he can also leave some of his masterpieces with Granny and Gramps, when we fly back.

It wasn’t long until he set to work creating his latest artwork.  Apparently it’s so last year to only use one colouring pencil at a time.

It’s really handy that the sketch pad comes with a rigid card backing, making it easy to draw and write on the go, it’s perfect for my buddy artist as we enjoy our adventures over the summer holidays.

For myself, getting organised with the Doodle Collection meant a new notebook and you all know which colour cover I would be instantly drawn to don’t you? Yes, my trademark blue won through again. In fact the Doodle Social Icons Diary Notebook is perfect for me in every way, don’t you think?

Getting organised with the Doodle Collection

As this will be my blogging to do list notebook, it just seems perfect.  It’s A5 size with 200 ruled pages, which is a great size for me to have on my desk or in my handbag when I’m out and about.

Getting organised with the Doodle Collection

The pages are also perforated, so I can remove them as the contents are no longer relevant.  The notebook is well-bound and I’ve been impressed with the quality too.

Doodle Collection offer a range of notepads, diaries and sketch pads which are available in the UK and overseas through Amazon.  I’ve included my Amazon Affiliate link below.

disclosure:  we were sent the items mentioned in exchange for an honest review

I’ve teamed up with Doodle Collection to offer one lucky reader the chance to win the Kids Scribble Pad and Social Icons Blue Diary Notebook.  Enter via the Gleam form below.  Good luck.

Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 23rd August 2017 at midnight.

Don’t forget to visit my Giveaways page for more great prizes on offer!

Doodle Collection Kids Scribble Pad and Social Icons Blue Diary Notebook

185 thoughts on “Getting organised with the Doodle Collection – review and giveaway

  1. I would give this to my nephew, I like anything that gets kids away from the tv and computer games

  2. I always need paper – for To Do lists, diary notes, shopping lists etc so these will come in very handy

  3. My grandson could use these during the holiday as he needs encouragement to write more and this could be perfect!

  4. The scribble pad would be ideal for my goddaughter to use and the notebook would be perfect for my new bullet journal 🙂

  5. I would use it to list everything needed on our holiday and a checklist when coming back and the scribble pad for my kids to doodle on, on the trip there

  6. I would use it for my shopping lists, I always keep a pad handy to make a note of what we need!

  7. These would be great for helping my granddaughters fine motor skills, thanks for the chance.

  8. I would give them to my little boy to keep him entertained. When we go to the park, he likes to draw the lake & trees

  9. The children and I all love nice stationery and always pop into stationery shops when we are out shopping. One veers towards arty stationery and the other just likes having nice stationery to write on. Perfect.

  10. perfect for my son, hes 10 and we have started home schooling so they would be good for notes for his work 🙂

  11. The Scribble Pad would be for my youngest who loves drawing and the Diary Notepad would be for me for business use and to help organise my websites

  12. I would surprise my little boy by taking them on holiday and making him a goody pack full of little ‘in the car’ activities.

  13. My son will be using them to practice his art skills as he announced a few weeks ago he wanted to be an artist! He’s 5

  14. I would give it to my friends daughter to encourage her to write about her summer vacations

  15. I would give the scribble pad to my youngest son and the notebook to my daughter so she can write some stories

  16. I always need notebooks for work, and the scribble pad would be great for my niece

  17. i would give the doodle pad to my daughter at boring times during the holidays and i would use the notebook for my up coming December plans, not wanting to say the C word in July

  18. I’ll give the scribble pad to my daughter and the notepad I would use for lesson planning

  19. i would give the plain paper pad to my son to practice his dino drawings and the lined book to my daughter as she loves making lists lol

  20. My daughter loves drawing, painting and scrapbooking, so these would be a great little pressie for her!!

  21. My7year old would love the doodle pad and I could use the book to write down things I forget

  22. These would be great for my son he’s really into writing stories with illustrations at the moment, would be great place to keep them all together

  23. Will give to my grandson, he loves to write. I love to read his stories and helping with his work and homework, it helps to keep me alert and keeps my brain ticking.

  24. My son starts school in September so this would be perfect for him to practice his writing and drawing x

  25. I’d use the notebook for writing lists and my little boy would use the scribble pad when he needs a bit of quiet time.

  26. My son would get the prizes as he loves writing and drawing. His imagination is much better than mine.

    I might borrow the odd page for lists and things to remember

  27. this would be perfect for me and Archie to use sitting down. Unfortunately I am not very mobile so our shared time is usually table top activities

  28. My daughter would love the sketch pad to use in our caravan when we are away, \I may have to keep the notebook and use it for my daily to-dos and my shopping list and the tear outs are so easy!

  29. I would use this as a bullet journal. Or most likely my daughter would take it off my hands to write and doodle in.

  30. I would keep it at my house so my grandson can enjoy doodling on the many occasions he stays over

  31. I would use the prize by giving it tout my son to help entertain him on our 6 hour drive to Devon in October. Thank you for the chance x

  32. I’d be using the Blue Diary Notebook to get myself more organised and my little girl would love the Doodle Collection Kids Scribble Pad

  33. My daughter would get the sketch pad, and I might keep the notebook for myself. I’m starting a new job role and would love a place to organize ideas.

  34. I would give these to my fabulous daughter as she goes off to Uni this year after achieving amazing results in her A-Levels

  35. Oh my gosh, these look amazing! I fell in love with stationery at an early age and I’m a list maker too so I’d find these very useful. I’d use them to get myself organised as I’ve been slacking a bit lately. You really can never have too many notebooks (or lists!).

  36. I would use it as a bullet journal, I’ve just read up about it and it sounds like it would work for me.

  37. We’re trying to teach my little girl to write her name so we’d use the doodle pad for that and I’d use the notebook for taking down instructions at my new job xx

  38. I would give it to my 11 year old daughter who loves to create animated characters both on paper and on the pc.

  39. I’ll use the notebook for myself, to plan what I want to do with our very overgrown garden, and will give the scribble pad to my granddaughter

  40. My son loves notebooks at the moment. It helps to keep his handwriting neat which is also a good thing!

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