Posts Tagged ‘Paper Goods’

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Aarya’s Picnic Themed 1st Birthday

Aarya’s first birthday came and went in a flurry of confetti, precariously teetering sugary confections and wild, wild times with homemade party hats [that’s a lie, they made her scream in terror everytime one came near her]. Actually Aarya’s party was a happy joint occasion because Dave and her share a birthday weekend – hers […] Read more…

Party Decor: Pea Green Boat

I have to admit I unashamedly stole this post’s inspiration from my friends at The Women’s Room Blog because I just love a party decor web-shop. The Americans do party decor really well, with design doyennes like Martha Stewart and Grace Bonney making crafting and entertaining a national institution. Across the pond, the online landscape […] Read more…

Ikea Limited Edition BR

This month sees the launch of Ikea’s stunning new limited edition collection BRÅKIG –  a result of a collaboration between IKEA and the creative Danish collective ArtRebels. The collection comprises of thirty products – clever storage solutions – [my favourite are the sturdy storage boxes in geometric patterns and covetable pastel colours – £7 for a […] Read more…

Print Club London: Beginners Workshop

Last week I was lucky enough to be invited along to a screen-printing workshop by East London screen print studio Print Club London. Located down an industrial but very trendy back alley in Dalston [aren’t they all], Print Club is a members only screen-printing club for illustrators, designers and artists and provides a laid back and […] Read more…

Rifle Paper Co. City Prints

Rifle Paper Co. is one of my favourite stationery brands. I really love San Francisco illustrator Anna Bond’s vintage style and use of colours, but after buying and giving away every possible variation of greeting card of hers for the last few years, it feels like it’s about time I should have something a little […] Read more…

Frances Lab, Brooklyn

Debuting at this year’s National Stationery Show in New York, Brooklyn based studio Frances Lab showed a striking collection of vintage inspired cards play australian pokies online. Combining collage and monochrome prints, their style is super simple but out of the ordinary. Check out their new store here.   Read more…

Call Me Maybe?

Beautiful business cards, expensive procrastination [time spent browsing and dreaming vs working] or essential to your business? I’m going for the latter! After returning to freelancing this month after three years of full-time trend forecasting, I seem to have lost all my business cards from all those prior years of freelancing [seven to be precise] […] Read more…

Collecting by Maria Munn

Love the look of bell jars but find them essentially pointless unless maybe you’re a collector of some sort [or you enjoy dusting every day]? Well UK based Bulgarian artist Marina Munn’s fantastical series ‘Collecting’ might be just the thing for a beautiful and uncomplicated relationship. Munn’s series illustrates sometimes surreal and sometimes mundane objects […] Read more…

Darling Clementine: Folk and Flora

Scandinavian brand Darling Clementine are one of my favourite home accessories brands – and every-time they release a new theme that is cuter and more fun than the next. Their fresh illustrations always use amazing colour combinations and clever narratives that make me itch to buy more notebooks and totes and cards than i really […] Read more…

Quill and Fox

Who doesn’t love a terrarium? These sweet terrarium illustrated postcards by Oregan based Etsy store Quill and Fox are injecting a burst of spring and Victorian magic into my Sunday morning living room. Check out the brands other designs – they kind of have a Rifle Paper Co. aesthetic about them – with similar blousy […] Read more…

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