stationery week newness

:: by Lizzie


It is fair to say that Stationery Week has not been lost on me. I have enjoyed a week of perusing beautiful paper flat lay curations on instagram, reading blog posts featuring notebook, card and wrapping paper favourites, the celebration of new to SMUG independent stationery designers and the continued love of the bigger brands who just keep smashing it out of the ball park.


Firstly a big thank you to all of you who have been busily posting your SMUG stationery favourites this week. It is very much appreciated! I have to say that buying for our stationery department is way up there on the list of very best parts of my job. So, here I am, joining many of you in throwing my hat into the stationery round-up ring. Hopefully you’re not too bored of looking at beautifully letter pressed, hand bound, foil blocked loveliness. Photographed here are my new to SMUG faves, a few old classics and some not seen before round these parts bits that you won’t find at SMUG but that are firmly placed on my desk in the studio.




Monarch Writing Set – Rifle Paper Co  |  Botanic Notebook, Cactus – All The Ways To Say  |  Artichoke Notepad Pink – Les Éditions du Paon  |  Brisbane Print – All The Ways To Say  |  Terrazzo Pencils, Clip for Two Pens, Wooden Ruler Cube, Bits & Bobs Mini Orange, Marble EraserPoint single pencil sharpener – HAY





Rivoli Notepad – CARTA PURA  |  Swimming Wrapping Paper – Kate Pugsley  |  Outline Clips – HAY  |  Birthday Suit Card – Kate Pugsley  |  Peach Geometric Notebook – Jau Goh (sample)







Forest Blue Wrapping Paper – Kelsey Garrity Riley  |  Botanic Notebook, Agave – All The Ways To Say  |  Cape Town Postcard – All The Ways To Say  |  Delicate Scissors – HAY


If this is only just wetting your #stationeryweek appetite then pop over to our twitter feed or Facebook page to see all of the #stationeryweek features and posts we’ve shared by friends of SMUG. If you’d like to see more images from this shoot then keep a beady eye on my Instgram feed as I’ll be sharing more there. There’s a whole lot of loveliness to be seen. Until next time! :)