Welcome back to Stationery Love – the series where people share their love of all things stationery with us.
For this last post of March, the format is a little bit different today … Heidi from Cosmochicklitan is sharing her biggest stationery addiction.
Welcome to Stationery Love Heidi. Over to you!
Yes, I admit it! I am a complete and utter stationary hoarder. I could browse the Kikki K website for hours without getting bored. Their items are so beautiful… Ok, I must not get distracted here.
Notepads are probably my biggest stationery addiction. I’ll most likely never be able to fill all the ones in my collection, but whenever I see notepads in shops, I find it incredibly hard to walk past. You can never have too many notepads, right?? (right with you Heidi 🙂 )
I am a technophobe anyway, but I much prefer writing things down rather than storing them somewhere in my iPhone or computer. And what better way than to use my notepads for this purpose. Having said this, I’ll let you in on a secret. Quite a few of my most favourite notepads have not been written in. I just can’t get myself to fill the pages. Weird, I know :-).
I think my all time favourites are the notepads my sister brought home for me from her travels to Hawaii, very closely followed by my Marvel themed ones.
I think you’ll agree they’re gorgeous!
Thank you for sharing your addiction Heidi 🙂
Heidi lives in the South of England together with her husband and their two beautiful daughters (5 and newborn). She loves reading, fashion, beauty, chocolate and travelling. She started blogging in December 2012 to share her love of books and now shares lifestyle and parenting posts.
*Some of the links below are affiliate links which means I earn a small commission if you purchase using a link. The price you pay will be the same. By using the affiliate links you are helping to support future giveaway’s on Jera’s Jamboree.
Marvel notebooks from £3.99 Ryman
Marvel notebooks from £2.30 Amazon
Hawaiian themed notebooks from £4.39 Amazon
It’s your final chance to enter the March giveaway (ends 31st March) of either the Blue Cats & Butterflies midi Paperblanks journal or the Morris Windrush (two winners this month of one journal each).
Blue Cats & Butterflies
Laurel Burch was a self-taught artist and “flower child” who sold handmade jewellery on the streets of San Francisco in the 1960s and continued to rely on her intuition and passion to create vibrant images of whimsy and allure with paint and paper. Brilliantly coloured and exquisitely embellished in blues and purples, one such creation is portrayed on Paperblanks Blue Cats & Butterflies journal.
William Morris (1834–1896) was one of the most celebrated practitioners of the Arts and Crafts Movement. He embraced the ideal of craftspeople taking pride in their personal handiwork, as opposed to the dehumanising onslaught of the Industrial Revolution. In creating woven and printed textile patterns (only one area expressed by his remarkable talents), Morris chose to work with the ancient technique of hand woodblock printing. He sought inspiration for his famous repeating patterns from the natural world around him, mille-fleurs tapestries and early prints of herbs as well as the crispness and abundance of exquisite detail in medieval art. His evocations of antique florals and plants in all their profusion, depth of tone and magical gradation of tints have become design classics gracing the decorative arts, including journal covers.
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