Friday, 14 August 2015

Lifestyle | All The Cutest Stationary | Smiggle* & Sighh Designs







Stationary and cute accessories is something us bloggers love, am I right? Well I think I've fond some of the cutest stuff going around lately!

Smiggle, is an Australian brand that has just opened a shop here near me at Intu Lakeside. It's full of bright colours, animals and much more! The guys sent me over some pencils, crayons, rubbers and a water bottle to celebrate their opening! The crayons definitely take me back to my school days with the removable colours and once I get my hands on an adult colouring book these will come in great use! My favourite though is the water bottle and the rubbers, maybe because they are shaped like food? The water bottle is super handy and the lid is great at stopping spills in my bag, due to the extra lock and flip opening.

Whilst browsing Twitter at some point the other week I came across Sighh Designs by Polly Vadasz. This are every bit of Pinterest, Etsy and Blogger worthiness! I knew the Today's Activities Pad was a must, as a lover of writing lists everyday I knew this would please me ticking off the boxes and the success box at the end!
I'm also planning on making a wall quote gallery in my new bedroom so picked up the four Tough Love prints, that I'm going to get put in a frame and hang up soon. I love the quotes on them and actually believe in tough love to get through life.
Finally the gorgeous Everyday Tote Bag that I now use everyday to bring my lunch to work in! This is hand painted on by Polly herself and I love the detail in this bag as well as all the cute drawings of the stuff that defo lives in the bottom of my bag.

What are your stationary weaknesses? Are you a stationary addict?
Let me know in the comments.

Until Next Time...

*Items from smiggle were gifted. All thoughts on the products are my own and would not be featured if otherwise.

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