Every year I search high and low for Christmas gift wrapping ideas. Then I hit the stores and search high and low for wrap and cards that fit in with the theme I've chosen. Sometimes, things don't always go according to plan, or I can't find the exact ones I want.
I've always said that the wrapping paper and card is more important than the gift itself.The reason for this, of course, is that the way a gift is presented can mean the difference between creating a true moment (filled with oohs and aahs and suspense), or just having it be fleeting second where packaging is ripped open and tossed aside as the recipient races to get to the supposed good stuff.
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
'No' is the answer you give when you hear people ask "Isn't it too early to start talking about Christmas?". As far as I'm concerned, we can start discussing the next Christmas on Boxing Day - that's how in love
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!
I'm obsessed with polka dots and I'm not afraid to admit it. Personally I think they far surpass the fading fad of chevron and are far more classic than a stripe will ever be. Polka dots are fun without being too juvenile - and the size of the dots allows you dabble in the trend or go all out.In this post I've shared my top polka dot picks - that you can nab online with just a few clicks (totally didn't intend that to rhyme!).
I'm a huge fan of vintage decor. I love that a piece has lived a life and has a story to tell. I had been eyeing off Reclaim Newtown for some time for this very reason. Not only is it filled to the brim with homewares, fashion and stationery that I have seen nowhere else, but it also has the added bonus of being owned and operated by the glorious Monica Trapaga - jazz singer and Play School alumni! The store is a collection of her favourite things (and now some of mine, too!).