Who else is a stationery addict? I have so many notebooks, but still lust after buying even more. I should actually just sit down and use the ones I have so I can occasionally treat myself to a replacement, but I always have a hard time marking their pretty pages.
Here are a few of my favourites notebooks at the moment. These wonderful designers and illustrators are inspiring me to design a few notebooks for my own products.
From foxes and bull dogs to unicorns and tigers, Papio Press have a massive range of absolutely gorgeous notebooks. I've bought from them before, and the creators behind the company are just incredibly lovely as well.
I have a hard time not including cats somewhere in my posts. I've loved the stuff produced by Toby of ilikecats for a long time, and these notebooks are no exception.
I'm a massive Wes Anderson fan, and when The Grand Budapest Hotel came out, it felt like he had made a movie that gathered all my greatest loves together into one celluloid dream. So I would love this little notebook to carry around.
These quaint illustrated notepads and to-do lists from Quill and Fox come in a few different themes, from flowers and plants, to animals and this little book club version. They all evoke a welcome sense of nostalgia and a quiet softness.
One of many ways to make me lust after a product is to give a library theme. This deskplanner, with illustrations of a globe, books and indoor plants, is adorable. It’s sized to sit on your desk, and, with 52 sheets, it helps you plan the whole year out (like my vintage glasses weekly planner.)