I’ve never made much of a secret of my love for all things stationery related! One of my very first posts on Muff and Teacake was on contemporary illustrated stationery! I’m a bit of a stationery hoarder, and think I could easily OCD on collecting notebooks, so when Paperchase invited me to their London blogger event I was thrilled! The event was to mark National Stationery Week, and what a lovely evening it was…
National Stationery Week with Paperchase
Along with some other lovely bloggers I was able to wander around the store, taking photos and looking at their new gorgeous stationery ranges. We were even given some time to use their stationery to complete some flat-lay designs which we could photograph – heaven!
Our venue was Paperchase Tottenham Court Road, the ‘Flagship Store’. As you walk through the door you immediately see that there are three huge floors just waiting for you to explore! I think it’s quite possible to spend hours there, and get completely hooked on browsing their stylish stationery, unique greeting cards (something for every taste imaginable!), distinctive gifts as well as plenty of quality art and craft materials.
I am now a huge fan of their bloggers journal and will be using mine from now on to keep track of all my ideas and plans for Muff and Teacake! Made from hessian fabric, it features a bold leafy print and contains 160 pages (80 sheets) of paper specially printed with monthly views, daily maintenance, ideas pages and expenses trackers. With traditional case binding, it has the feel of a classic cloth-bound book and it is beautifully finished with an embroidered title.
I also love their super pretty green and peach ‘Raindrops’ collection, there’s notebooks, desk pads, magazine files and ring binders in the collection as well as plenty of co-ordinating desk accessories, including a super cute mini magnetic clipboard! Everything is so cleverly arranged in store that you can’t but help to feel inspired to get organised and add a touch of spring prettiness to your desk or workspace.
I am very much looking forward to planning my next visit to paper chase, after all, you can’t have too much stationery – can you?
Happy National Stationery Week!