This time we’re talking stationery, well… kinda.

  1. Kate Spade Stapler
  2. Rifle Paper co. Post Card
  3. Tombow Brush Pen
  4. Paperchase Marble Envelopes
  5. Dot Creates Print
  6. Kate Spade Tape Dispenser
  7. Kate Spade Highlighters
  8. kikki.K Mid-Year Planner
  9. Kate Spade Pencils
  10. Dot Creates ‘Relax and Unwind’ Notepad

I know I did a HUGE haul before exams started, but spending countless hours in the library over the past month has given me serious stationery envy so here’s the outlet to my frustrations- plus, it’s probably a lot better for my bank account if I steadily stock up over the summer rather than buy it all come September, right?

Also, I really want to be that person who has a selection of great cards on hand for any occasion so I try to buy them whenever I come across one I like! It’s so lovely to receive post, especially something handwritten so it’s my mission to up my card giving game.

I also am desperate for a brush pen, or two, to up my calligraphy game- which is currently none existent but I use to love it when I was younger- and hopefully create some insane typography (with many hours of practice)

So I guess this is more of a crafty and #deskgoals lust list than one of functional stationery but either way I hope you liked it & that it’s given you some inspiration!

Also, If you didn’t catch my Instagram, I have some VERY exciting news! I am now an ambassador for Dot Creates¬†which means you lovelies can grab 20% off using the code ‘taradaniella20’ – don’t go too wild!

Finally, if you’ve got any brush pen (and paper to use them on!) recommendations or know of any shops that sell cute cards then please let me know!

Tara xo


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  • Rachel Wood

    I never thought I’d love a stapler and tape dispenser but I love those Kate Spade ones!
    Rachel // Rachel Ellen

    • Aren’t they the cutest, I wish I could justify the money!

  • Kate Spade has the cutest desk accessories! So chic and feminine!

    Hilary | The Beauty Collective