Pretty Paper in the Office: Stationery Sets

I was given a stationery set recently that I decided to keep on my desk to encourage more writing. I didn’t think much of it, but realized how quickly a note here and a little letter there could burn through my stash. It became a little ritual; a break in between work to relax and unwind my brain. That’s just one of the many reasons why letter writing is so special and soul-satisfying. Nole rounded up some favorite writing sheets for longer letters a few weeks ago, and I put together a round up of some great stationery sets in hopes that maybe they’ll encourage you to take a little time to write it down. – Julie

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No. 1 Mode de Paris cards & envelopes from Paper Bistro; No. 2 HAIBARA Colour Rimmed Letter Sets from UGUiSU; No. 3 Check embossed mail set from Present&Correct; No. 4 Boxed stationery set from Mr. Boddington’s Studio; No. 5 Ecru Florentine Writing Set from Paper Source; No. 6 PostalCo letter pad & envelope set from Need Supply Co.

 

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Quick Pick: The Small Object Rubber Stamps

These rubber stamps from The Small Object might be the cutest custom rubber stamps ever made. Donuts and pineapples?? Yes please!

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Pretty Paper in the Office: Rubber Stamps

As much as I’d love to buy all the pretty papers I see for my workspace, the truth is I have more than enough paper lying around. But that doesn’t mean I can’t have a little fun! I’ve put together a round up of some handy helpers in the office: rubber stamps. You can get stamp happy and create  your own calendars, checklists, even postcards!  – Julie
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No. 1 Mizushima Calendar Stamp from Amazon; No. 2 Postcard rubber stamp from Hobby Lobby; No. 3 Vintage rubber wheel stamp from Etsy; No. 4 Graph rubber stamps from Present&Correct; No. 5 Please Deliver To stamp by Wit & Whistle; No. 6 Checklist rubber stamp from Paper Source

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Pretty Paper in the Office: Weekly Planner Pads

It’s only when your week gets away from you and you still have a pile of work to do that you realize perhaps things aren’t as organized as you thought they were! I’ve never found monthly planners to do much good in the long run. Some weeks have so many tasks that something gets lost in the grand monthly scheme of things. This is where weekly planner pads come to the rescue! Each week, finished tasks are wiped clean with a fresh sheet and you can approach the week ahead with a blank slate. – Julie
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No. 1 Paint Strokes Desk Pad by Rifle Paper Co.; No. 2 Weekly Schedule Notepad from MochiThings; No. 3 The Weekly Times Desk Planner from The Fox and Star; N0. 4 Weekly Planner Pad from Kikki-K; No. 5 Weekly Planner by Lollipop; No. 6 8 Days-a-Week Planner Pad by Bob’s Your Uncle

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Pretty Paper in the Office: Tape

I love my standard (washi) tapes. They’re great for so many special little touches around my work space. The best thing about tape these days is that there’s a colour, print, or pattern perfectly suited for everyone’s tastes! On the hunt for some to cover my bases, (and help out with a few DIYs I have planned) I found a few that stood out from the crowd – from wide widths to real wood, the possibilities are endless with this tape round up. – Julie
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No. 1 Wide metallic tape set from Etsy; No. 2 Arrow tape by Sideshow Press; No. 3 Sprinkles tape by Oh Hello Friend; No. 4 Wide rose paper tape from Indigo; No. 5 Wood veneer tape by Sideshow Press; No. 6 Triangle tape by Oh Hello Friend

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