It’s time for some prettiness! Today’s Instagrammer is Maricris Emma Mende also known as PaperPanduh. Her feed is always full of beautiful pics of planner supplies, washi and her Panduh kits and boxes. So bright, fun and inspiring. You should totally follow PaperPanduh on Instagram.
It is no secret that I love Blacklist; I’ve written about the store before. There is something about the simple yet striking prints that really captivate me. If I could, I’d buy these six immediately. Do you have any favourite Blacklist prints?
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Today is my Mum’s birthday so in honour of her big day I give you some pretty cards to celebrate. Happy Birthday Mum!
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Yeah, I definitely have a ‘style’. Monochrome and simple all the way.
This beautiful paper mobile is made by Kisshug Creations in Victoria and I think it is really cute. Imagine all the daydreams of intergalactic adventure it would inspire! It’s perfect for the little astronaut in your family.
Bianca Jagoe is an illustrator and zine creator from Launceston, Tasmania. Her feed is full of colour and happy, smiling faces. I am especially fond of her studio wall which is decorated with discarded shopping lists. So awesome.
Be sure to follow Bianca.
It’s Good Friday which means I get to spend the morning with family at our annual Good Friday breakfast. With lots of kids around it can be hard to keep everyone occupied which is why having a crafty thing (or two) up our collective sleeves is always a good thing.
Colouring in is always a good way to pass the time. Here are a few Easter themed colouring in pages to keep your little ones (or big ones) occupied.
E is for Easter Egg
Easter Bunny standing in basket
Lots of bunnies
Birds and blooms
I have a thing for dark walls and grey scale. I think it works in this space because there is so much natural light. What do you think about this office space? Are you a fan of dark walls too?
Do you owe a friend a long overdue letter? This printable letterhead is perfect for the job. It comes in A4 and Letter and is just .99c from Happy Mail Day.
At the start of the year I decided to try Bullet Journaling. I’ve talked before about my love for my Day Designer and Kikki.K planners and I do love them. I do. But I’ve found that I needed a journal/time planner that is flexible and that’s what my BuJo provides (I’ll introduce you to my BuJo soon).
I keep my journal in a Midori Traveler’s Notebook and, at the moment, it’s perfect. While to day-to-day planning stuff is important it’s also important to fill it with the ephemera of life. One of my go-to ways of tracking memories and random stuff is via list making. Here are some of my favourite list making spreads. Got any of your own you can share?
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