Stamp pads were put out, notebooks stacked, and wooden-handled rubber stamps filled a series parts-of-speech categorized boxes. On Saturday, the August 18, Moleskine set up their stamp station in the Bonifacio High Street branch’s Atrium for the first leg of their Moleskine Words Workshop. The following weekend, they set up the second leg at the Rockwell Power Plant Mall branch of Fully Booked. As people visited the little booth display, they were provided one Cahier notebook to put their personal touch to.

Did you join the workshop? Thank you so much for participating! See if you’re in any of our photos, after the jump.

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We were completely surprised by the creativity of the men and women who got involved! Some came fully armed and ready with their own stationery, others mixed red and blue stamp pad inks together to make purple. Everybody had fun, even those who’d just pass by to take a peek at what was going on.

The Moleskine displays will be up for a few more days, so you can still come and see the various messages, art works, and even poetry that participants have left behind.

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