The pen is mightier than the keyboard.
Article by Daisy Martin from MyGreenCow
Revision isn’t something you hear, and think ‘YAY!’, but with pretty stationery, and using some of the tips in this blogpost, you should be able to take the edge off the boredom that comes along with it!
A pencil case can, if not approached correctly, be a very boring thing. Naturally, we don’t do boring. So, if you’re looking to revamp your stationery, come closer and let’s talk about what case to choose and get zippy!
As you know, we love a backpack. It’s the only bag where you can be completely handsfree, meaning you can hold more stuff, as such, we’ve created three looks to inspire you…
Diaries, planners, list pads, studying, note-taking… eurgh, sometimes studying, as important as it may be, can be a little boring. So for heaven’s sake don’t use boring stationery! Stationery can be fun and useful. Let us show you…
Join the Paperchase & London Evening Standard campaign to clean up the commute!
We’ve teamed up with the London Evening Standard to turn old newspapers into something beautiful… a brand new range of stationery to further help promote the recycling of newspapers in and around the capital. How cool is that?
Our new Gothic Garden range is a true dark delight. We have combined bold Victorian inspired blooms and metallic insects with a throughly modern gold and white geometric design to create this timeless range of curious money boxes and trinket trays, practical stationery and statement homewares.
Pick a bag, any bag? Nooooooooo! Pick a bag that compliments what’s inside. Back to School stationery doesn’t have to be basics thrown inside any old ruck sack. Why not make a bit of a fashion statement this term? After all, you’re not going to buy a jacket that doesn’t compliment your entire outfit are you?
What do you call a creature that is half cat, half fish? A Purr Maid of course! Meet our new collection or crazy fish-taled furry felines. We did think though… cats quite like eating fish, don’t they? We’re sure these little cuties won’t be eating their own tails. Mind you… they are good enough to eat – so adorbs!