I’m not sure if I mentioned this before but I am back at Uni finishing off my Psychology degree. It’s been challenging juggling full time work, trying to finish off the book I’m writing, blogging and studying but I made a conscious decision to do as much as I can because life is short. I don’t want to look back on my long (God willing) life and think, darn it I wish I had done (insert lamentation here).
Anyway I am back in study mode and while procrastinating one day I found Study with Jess. I love her pics – they are always uplifting and positive. I also love the gorgeous study-related paper goodies she has created – I’ll be blogging about them next week.
Have you got a favourite Instagrammer? Let me know in the comments.
I spied these lovely goodies by Melbourne-based Tell Them Stories and they immediately caught my eye with their geometric patterns and colours. I am especially keen on the Japanese bound notebook I’ve featured below (Fire) – so, so pretty.
Jane origami paper
Congratulations Wedding/Engagement card
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I am quite literally dying over these beautiful hand carved stamps made by the talented Riyo from Talk to the Sun. They are so cute – I can’t even stand it!
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I really like these postcards from Cabin Supply Co. They’re the visual equivalent to a big, deep breath of country air. These postcards serve as a reminder that there is, in fact, a world that exists beyond the computer screen. And gee, that world looks pretty (and green).
Worth the climb
Take the long way
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I LOVE everything about This is Glamorous. It’s the one site I hit up for inspiration and of course they are on Instagram too. Follow them if you don’t already.
Need a place to write some notes? Paper Loves Glue has these adorable, printable notes pages. Loving the header.
While you’re having a browse on Etsy don’t forget to pop in at the Happy Mail Day shop (my shop!).
If you have a love of retro’ish art you’re going to love these prints from Dewey Howard. I’m getting a really heavy 70’s vibe from these ones. So much beautiful colour!
If you’ve ever wanted your own pair of wings, here they are. Metta Prints says they are for paper angels of course. “So you probably won’t go around wearing them every day. but deep inside you’ll want to.”
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!