I am a teacher and as a teacher I use a lot of stationery. Buying stationery is like being like a kid in a candy shop for me. Now that I am really into decorative planning, I have gone bananas with the stationery. So, in today’s post, I am going to try something different. I am going to share with you and review what I bought from my favourite bookshop in the UK, Waterstones. I ❤ Waterstones.
What did I get?
James and friends pencil-case
It’s so cute. Because I am a blogger as well, I thought, I gotta get this pencil-case and I did. It is plastic (good plastic not softie plastic) and see through, which is great, cause I get to see where my pencils and pens are. Waterstones price: £6.99. I ❤ blogging and now I have a pencil-case that reminds me to blog :).
Botanical Sticker & Labels
They are lovely labels and stickers. It’s from a company called Rifle paper Co. There are 30 sheets of vintage style label stickers and I think they are really pretty. Beautiful packaging.
Sicker quality: the paper is quite thick and it sticks easily on paper. It is also quite easy to take off if you make a mistake. It doesn’t tear your paper (my planner has thick paper and that’s what I have tested these stickers on).
Waterstones price £7.99. *You can get it from Amazon for $8.91 by pressing here.
3D Butterfly Sticky notes
Post-it notes are boring, but these ones look really pretty. You can stick quite a bit on your paper and then pull up the wings, so it actually look like a butterfly on your notes (sheets). If you use them in a book or a notebook, then the butterfly will get squashed (still functions as a post-it note though). There are three colours: yellow,blue and pink. For more information about this product go to the company’s website http://www.suck.uk.com. (yeap, that’s the name of the company :p ). At Waterstones they cost £ 3.99. *You can also buy it now by pressing here. (Amazon price $6.17).
Get the hint- Wish list advisory tags
These are like sticky notes you use to tag things. I use them when I am planning and I also use them to tag stuff in magazines, especially now that I am a blogger.It is helpful to remember where you saw things. Tags say: I want this/ Love these/Buy this/ And this/ Yes please. There are 20 sheets per tag. Tags are made of thick-ish paper. Half is adhesive paper (sticky paper), the rest sticks out. You can find this product at npw.co.uk or npw-usa.com. * You can also press here and get it now (Amazon price: $6.27 at the moment of this post).
So, I am sorted for the time being. I got my pretty stationery and I am ready to blog, plan and shop. This was my ode to pretty stationery. ❤ ❤
Talk soon xx