I thought Typo and kikki K had this. I was sure Typo in particular had cornered the market on affordable stationery, and as part of the Cotton On Group, I was certain they were slowly taking over the world (their latest bedding
I’m addicted to stationery. Let it be known. I love wrapping paper and cards so much that it hurts sometimes. I collect both, actually, so that when a special occasion comes around I have them on hand. It’s completely normal and
I have seen many fads in my time, Creatives (ceramic pineapples - I'm looking at you!), but I don't think the flamingo will ever be a passing one. There's something so lovely about decor that celebrates this bird and I think there's
Sometimes I see stationery that evokes the type of chest-gripping ecstasy I usually only experience when I discover a new candle brand or cushion retailer. When I cast eyes on these animal cards from TJ Stationery and Gifts, I had that moment. They're
Is it just me or are fathers so much harder to buy for than mums? I don’t see why a pack of bath bombs and fluffy pink slippers can’t be given to Dads, too. OK, so I’ve never actually purchased that for my father, but I do tend to gravitater toward the same standard gifts every year. This year will be different of course, thanks to the gang at Officeworks.
Sourcing the best stationery and craft items from around the world is all in a day's work for Nadine Mari, the Sydney creative behind online emporium Le Petit Paperie. This registered nurse runs her online store by the mantra "If I love it, you'll love it" - and whaddya know, she's 100% right!
It's no secret that I'm a bit obsessed with Typo; it's the go-to store for all things affordable and on-trend in stationery and beyond. I was having kittens, then, when I saw these images of the new Made by Typo pop-up store in Geelong, which has just further fuelled my love for this crafty destination. I'm booking my flights down there immediately if not sooner (and I will be taking all of those pom poms home with me!).