Confession: I. am addicted. to pretty stationery.
As much as I enjoy all the more modern means of communication on the Internet, there will always be a special place in my heart for a good-old-fashioned written letter, and lukcily there are plenty of gorgeous cards and notebooks out there!
I posted a new haul video on my YouTube channel last week full of finds from Barnes & Noble, Target, Rifle Paper Co, and Vera Bradley...and I wanted to share my stationery stash on here as well!
As I mentioned in the video, Barnes & Noble recently had a display of sweet treat stationery which basically was my idea of heaven. These "Doughnotes" were too cute not to get - it's an assortment of twelve different cards that look exactly like different scrumptious donuts. Even the envelopes look like pastry bags!
I didn't mention this in the video because I managed to resist buying it, but another stationery item I spotted at B&N was this amazing magazine/book called Flow. It's full to the brim of quirky postcards, funky cut-outs, and cute letterheads. One page has a paper dollhouse with the funniest scenes behind the windows - one featured the laundry room, where someone had accidentally dyed their load of whites pink!
Some more Barnes and Noble items that I did purchase! I just love the bookish girl and her cat on the cards. That same artist did a design with a dog...
I got it as a tote bag. That puppy with his book. LOVE. IT.
I am also a big fan of these "Sprout" bookmarks. They're so unique and perfect for spring. :)
I've mentioned Rifle Paper Co. before - they're a stationery company based in Winter Garden, FL, and I seem to see their designs of cheerful blooms around more and more!
When I think Vera Bradley I think first of their purses and bags, but I also love the Vera stationery! Their selection includes so many interesting things - did you know they sell a notebook with a built-in wallet?
This "Celebrations" card organizer is perfect for a mail fiend like me - it's got a page and pocket for each month, so you'll never miss a friend's birthday.
Are you a stationery fan? What's in your collection of cards?