If you are a regular reader you will already know how much I love stationery. I can’t get enough of it and I will admit that I’m a bit of an addict. Recently we had the opportunity to pick out some items from Rooi.com and I immediately fell in love with their stationery options. Honestly, I could have spent hundreds of pounds.
A little while ago I got some lovely notebooks and pens from Caroline Gardner and I fell in love with the brand. I was a little ashamed of myself for not having heard of it before. As soon as I realised that Rooi.com stocked this brand, I got excited. The newest range called ‘p aint the town red’ is just out and I got my hands on the Pencil Case (£14.45) and Organiser (£16.45). The range is bright, bold and extremely colourful. I have nothing like this at the minute and it’s a real welcome addition to my desk.
The organiser has 4 different sections; lined, 20 pages of diary layout, plain and square. I am using this as a blogging organiser and it’s perfect. I have loads of space for different lists and ideas and I can come up with plans for themed weeks on the diary pages. I like to take my work away with me if I go anywhere but I hate pens rattling around in the bottom of my bag. The pencil case is slim but fits plenty in. It doesn’t take up much room in a handbag and it looks gorgeous when I do need to take it out!
I’m trying to fill in the blank pages in my hobonichi, I seem to have a full week where nothing happened! These two days are copied from work by @yoskayyamamoto . It definitely made me think I can push myself to be more creative with just a pen #diary #journal #planner #hobonichi #hobonichitecho #drawing #doodle #inspiration #yoskayyamamoto
My sister spends a good amount of time colouring with Erin when she comes to stay but unfortunately, all of Erin’s colouring books are a bit to simple for adults. Big dinosaurs just weren’t cutting it! The Whimsical Woodland Adult Colouring Journal means my sister can now colour in something intricate and beautiful as well as having journal space on the opposite page. I think something like this would be perfect for travelling as it is multifunctional and would help to kill an awful lot of time on trains etc.