By far the most exquisite part of the Spain package for me was the green pen. I have what amounts to a very unhealthy obsession with green pens of any type. I like to grade papers and tests with them, in the (probably mistaken) belief that the green marks all over the page are not nearly as traumatizing as red marks. We always say, "That teacher bled all over my paper," and it's just not a very pretty image. I suppose with green marks, you could say, "That teacher smeared my paper through the grass," or something similar, and it's just more gentle, somehow.
Anyway, I digress! Green pen. LOVE IT.
The packaging overall was wonderful as well -- very old-fashioned but hip at the same time.
And this playing/Tarot-style card was woven into the twine on the package -- very inventive!
The inclusion of a green eraser was a nice touch. I don't actually use erasers like this very much, but I like them nonetheless -- they are comforting to me for some reason.
And the green (of course) notebook. I haven't used it yet, but it's a good, inexpensive notebook that I can envision using for all kinds of impromptu projects and notes.
Thanks, Rad and Hungry! You make buying office supplies a pleasure!