I don’t know about you guys but my weeks are speeding by so fast! I can’t believe another Tuesday has rolled around. This week I’m sharing the Instagram account of Ashley Brook Designs. I’m really drawn to her beautiful, colourful designs. Her feed makes me so happy and I’m sure she’ll brighten up your day too. Follow Ashley here.
As a planner nerd I love spending time making my planners look nice. While I have more than enough stickers, I don’t have any planner charms. Which brings me to this week’s Instagrammer. Kay, who runs the Instagram account Bits to Pieces showcases some of the sweetest charms that I’ve seen on the interwebs.
Hop over to Bits to Pieces and prepare to be wowed.
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.
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.
I’ve been following Marryl on Instagram for a while now. I think I first came across one of her gorgeous journal pages on Pinterest and I was hooked. I am so in awe of anyone who can create journal pages that have substance – you know, text and pretty pictures. I can do words no problem, it’s the pictures that I fail at.
If you are in need of some journal inspo follow Marryl.
It’s Instagrammer of the week time! This week I’m sharing Laura Vorlicek’s feed. Her planner collection is droolworthy and her office looks like a really inspiring place to work and make art. Have a look!
I am so excited to share my Instagrammer of the week pick with you. This week I have chosen The Chaos Club because I adore their unique gift tag and garland ideas. They are so cute and fun.
Be sure to come back and visit next week because I’m sharing The Chaos Club’s new tags and garlands that are perfect for Christmas wrapping!
I honestly want everything that Blacklist Studio make. Truly. Nathan Johnson is a legit genius. I’m drawn to graphic word art, I’m not sure why. I think it might be that it reminds me of the work of one of my favourite artists Colin McCahon whose work I first saw at Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington and instantly fell in love with. As a writer, I’ve always found words beautiful but when put on a canvas they become something more, symbols of intentions or dreams. Words are powerful and Blacklist does an amazing job of showing this.