My Hello Kitty Stationary Haul

My Hello Kitty Stationary Haul

Paperchase recently released a totally awesome collection of Hello Kitty stationary. The whole collection is so cool, with a wide range of products available with the Hello Kitty touch.

While in London at the weekend (with birthday gift cards in hand) I popped into Paperchase to pick up some pieces for my desk.

The first thing I selected was the Hello Kitty ziplock multi-list book. I think I’ll be using this book to help me organise my blog.

My favourite feature is the ziplock pocket on the back for popping my bits and bobs into. I also really love the sticky tabs. I will probably use the notepad to write book review notes up and use the tabs in the books I’m reading.

My second purchase is going with me to work. It’s a desk pad which has columns for things I to accomplish today, urgent things and things to do tomorrow. I love making lists at work and this will really help me organise my workflow. Plus it’s super cute! I’m a big believer in personalising a workspace and this pad has got my name all over it.

Last, but definitely not least, is a pen. There were a few different pens on offer in this range but I love anything funky so I had to choose this one! There’s something very satisfying about watching those kitty heads float up and down (and yes I know that line would sound totally weird out of context).

I’m hoping to pick one or two other pieces up from this range while it’s still in store. I’m particularly tempted by the academic diary.

I absolutely love that Paperchase partnered with Hello Kitty for this collection. It’s a lovely and cute range that is (for me) irresistible 😊.

Ren x

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possibly a dragon but probably human || blogs about books & anime || infj || lawful neutral

1 Comment

  1. 28th August 2017 / 9:02 pm

    This is such a gorgeous range! I especially love the desk planner – I think I need to treat myself

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