Endless Creative Block- Tear-Off Notepads - 70 Sheets - Standard

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It's time to embrace your creative block.
Ideas are sometimes fleeting, but they leave an everlasting impact when pondered upon. But what if you wanted to scribble down a thought that could manifest into something bigger later? A good note is your first tool to pin down your thoughts while you let your creativity marinate and manifest in your mind.

That's why we're introducing the "Creative Block," unironically the best product for all your quick, creative needs.

Created with 70 easy-to-tear sheets and replete with our trademark Regalia paper, the Creative Block is a notepad to hopefully "unblock" your current creative predicament.

You can quickly access it anywhere around you, scribble down a fleeting thought, a to-do, or a task list. It's less intimidating than a large notebook and way friendlier, so your big ideas seem doable, not daunting.

We at Endless always create products with the true creator in mind and reverse-engineer from there, and we can proudly claim that writing on the Creative Block is indeed a liberating experience. On days you want to take it light, doodle, practice your handwriting, or enhance your calligraphy skill on the go. It's everything you'll ever need to get through your work day!

So, unblock your thoughts and let them flow through the Creative Block. It'll be the best thing that could ever happen to your creativity!


  • Dimensions:  7.4''x 5.1''
  • 70 pages of 80 gsm regalia paper
  • Dotted and Blank layout

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Shows off ink qualities, similar to Cosmo Air

I got this in standard blank and pocket dotted. The second first two photos here are swatches of my inks with a glass dip pen. There is no bleed through for most writing, except for places where you can see I put down A LOT of ink. The first photo is the back of a to-do list I wrote with a regular flow fountain pen (Kaweco Sport Fine tip with Vinta Inks Harlequin) and there is no bleed-through. No feathering in any cases.

The paper reminds me more of Cosmo Air but with more writing feedback, not quite as glossily smooth. I like both. Shading and sheening does look gorgeous on this paper. Vinta Inks Harlequin has so much sheen that on Tomoe River 52 gsm it just looks like green sheen, but on regalia paper it has a beautiful balance of the deep purple color with the green sheen.

Similar to Cosmo Air, however, I have to be careful of touching the paper too much before writing. I find that where I put down finger oils on the paper, the ink will not lay down consistently (essentially the oil repelling the water in the ink).

I'll be happy to buy these again, they show off my inks very nicely and I use these sheets to tape into my project noteboooks to-do lists or key information that don't have anywhere else to go.

gary scott
Great landscape orientation

The pad is a nice size and I like the landscape orientation of the pad. The Regalia paper is good for sheening and shading ink but it does take a little longer for the ink to dry than Tomoe River 52gsm paper which has been my go to paper for fountain pen ink testing. The coating on the paper is a little rougher than Tomoe River giving more feedback when writing. For me I found this to be a plus as I find Tomoe River a little too slick for writing, your results may vary. Even though the notepad was shrink wrapped the pad was disconnected from the backing card when unwrapped.

Overall, I’d give this notepad a 8.5 OUT OF 10 for the paper and a 3 OUT OF 10 for the condition that the notepad arrived.

Mark H.
My new standard in daily note sharing

This product has helped me with my daily note sharing to friends and family in many ways. It’s convenient, quick and the Regalia paper has become easy to love in this format. I have also encouraged my local pen store to start supplying these if they can set up a reseller partnership with you possibly.

Bleeding and feathering like crazy

While I have yet to try some of the other products in my recent order, I first tested the Standard size blank pad. I'm not sure what's up with this batch of paper, but so far, it's extremely disappointing. Nothing at all like the other reviews say this paper should be like. I sent Endless an email to inquire if I received a bad batch, but they have since ignored me so I will start with posting this review. Of the first 10 pages I tested on, every single page feathers and bleeds through with a simple fine nib. I've used multiple inks and pens (mostly fine or medium nibs) that have no issues writing on Rhodia, Clairefontaine, Midori, or Life Notebooks; when used on the Endless Creative Block, performs similarly to writing on cheap copy/printer paper but at 10x the cost... I'm giving up on this Standard Creative Block, and will use it to make paper airplanes or something. While I do want to give their other products a chance (I also purchased a couple Recorder Notebooks and a larger dot-grid Creative Block), this first impression and lack of contact really sours my desire to ever purchase products from Endless again.

Ambarish Sengupta
Paper is excellent

Regalia paper is excellent, and works wonders for fountain pens. However, the paper stack can come off quite easily from the rear cardboard if you're not careful. Another minor issue is the Endless branding on the paper itself as it gets in the way of writing.

But neither of these are any major concerns. The paper itself is very smooth, inks look great on the page, and there is no bleedthrough (even with L2K OBB or Pilot FA). However, the paper makes a lot of F/EF nibs write broader. I only got a very fine line with a VP F, 3776 UEF, and a TWSBI EF. It makes up for it with a very nice writing experience. 5 Stars just for the paper. 4 for the pad.

About Endless

Crafted for creators

Ideas are Endless. And, they keep fleeting in our minds by the second. Endless is here to help you capture them and bring them into the physical realm. To provide a canvas for all your thoughts.



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Susan M. Pigott

Given the slimmer profile and general absence of bulk, these notebooks would also make excellent travel journals. Since the pages are numbered, this notebook could also easily be converted into a bullet journal.

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