ExaClair launches new Herbin ink and secret diary range

ExaClair has launched the new Jacques Herbin ink, Vert Atlantide and a new range of animal-themed Secret Diaries to make journaling fun and interesting for children and teenagers.  

The limited-edition ink was chosen by Herbin fans as a part of its 350th-anniversary celebrations.  From a selection of four options, it was voted as the favourite choice to celebrate the brand's Parisian heritage dating back to 1670. 

Honouring the esteemed navigator Jacques Herbin, the ink evokes the lush green colours of Atlantis with undertones of ocean depths. The dark, intense colour is illuminated with silver and gold glitter, which provides a fervent sparkle. 

Lawrence Savage, Marketing Manager at ExaClair said, "this ink is particularly special for Herbin fans as it was both made for and chosen by them as a celebration of the brand.

"Suitable for both writing and drawing, the unique depth of colour of the ink allows users to immerse themselves in creativity."

The Secret Diaries, which retail at less than £10, include 240 lined pages, plus a board of stickers and come with a lock and key to keep the diary contents safe and secret. Appropriate for a variety of ages, the range incorporates three themes; Jungle, Cats & Flowers and Birds & Flowers. Each style is supplied in a pack of 4 individual diaries, packaged in a convenient card retail display unit.  

Lawrence Savage, Marketing Manager at ExaClair added, "the lock adds a bit of fun secrecy, inspiring children and teenagers alike to express their thoughts, ideas and artwork with complete creative freedom. 

"The Secret Diaries provide the perfect gift for children wanting to organise, plan, design, journal and create." 

Company Details

EXACLAIR LIMITED

Oldmedow Road
King’s Lynn
PE30 4LW
UNITED KINGDOM

www.exaclair.co.uk

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