Stationery Organised Neatly: Turquoise

Inspired by Things Organised Neatly, here is the first in what I hope will be a new series of my stationery organised neatly, by colour. First up, turquoise. This one was VERY easy for me, as most things I own are turquoise (this is just a small selection). Items are as follows: Stencil: Linex Standard Lettering… Read more »

NEW WEBSITE FIND: Ohh Dear

Hello! Sorry I’ve been a bit quiet for a couple of weeks. It all got a bit busy, and then I was on holiday, skiing in the French Alps. Anyway, now I’m home, and back on it! The other day, a friend tweeted a link to this website (thanks Gav, if you read this!) and… Read more »

Skull n Cross Phones

Ok, that doesn’t *quite* work, but I’m trying to illustrate is how brilliant these iPhone shaped notebooks are from Paperscreen, which I originally saw on Ed Jelley. Such a good idea. Very geeky, but I think it would look very satisfying on my desk! Would also be great if they provided an elastic so you could hold your… Read more »

P-Push it real good: a push pin post

This post was inspired by this cork globe: It was designed by Chiaki Kawakami for Suck UK and can be used as both a globe to document your travels on, or as a normal pin board. This got me thinking about push pins, and here are some of the best ones I found: These are… Read more »

Clip bored…

Generally I think of clipboards as this: Now, there’s nothing wrong with that I suppose, but it’s pretty boring and doesn’t inspire me much. Then recently, I came across this picture… …and saw how great clipboards can look! They can be used really effectively to display things, whether it’s art; you could clip a print… Read more »

Pilot Pen Set… Help!

Am I going mental?! I have such a vivid memory of a Pilot Pen Set that my best friend got for Christmas when we were younger… Maybe 10 or, so this is mid ’90s. I was SO jealous. It was an assorted set that had every pilot pen you could possibly dream about… or at… Read more »

‘TACHE CARDS

How great are these! And my favourite: Doo Daa Studios are based in Brooklyn, NY and I think their Moustache cards are prettttty fun! They’re a tad pricey at $5.50 each, but they do do a set of 8 for $27.50 (about £17).

SMUG visit

I visited SMUG  a few weeks ago to do a Lino printing workshop and slightly fell in love with it, so thought I’d go back for a proper visit last weekend. It’s in the lovely Camden Passage in Islington, and here is what it looks like: It’s run by Lizzie Evans (you can read all… Read more »