In honour of National Stationery Week (here in the UK at least!) I thought I would show off some beautiful stationery I have found.
A notebook covered in stationery – genius! Get it from Angela Chick.
This stationery pack from Senor Picklesworth is perfect for the dog loving letter writer in your life.
You can have any image/logo/text you want on a stamp from Little Grey Clouds – I personally could use the *stamp* one!
I think these just add cake cards from Dig The Earth are meant to be birthday invites but I can’t see why you shouldn’t use them for any occasion such as a Friday for example!
More cute stationery on a notebook but this time from Lucy’s Happy Place. So cute!
This beautiful resin jewellery from Dames and Divas is so colourful and is recycled too so perfect on lots of counts!
I’ve just had a look at the Cuteable group on Flickr and we have got over 140,000 images on there – wow! Thanks to everyone for adding your images – keep it up!
All picked from things I saw at BCTF (it was a huge event and full of gorgeous things so these finds will be going on for a while!) Enjoy!
Tumbling Birds had a stand full of gorgeous baby clothes but this cot blanket appealed to me!
These bowls just begged to be touched don’t they? They have been made by Makiko Hastings.
Make your washing up fun with this squirrel tea towel from Babs Pease Design.
Carol Cooling makes beautiful things from silver including personalised items like these spoons. Perfect for an anniversary gift.
This beautiful bowl is made from leather and can be yours from Ian Reveley.
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