On Thursday 5th of this month, it is World Book Day. World Book Day is a registered charity on a mission to give every child and young person a book of their own. It is a celebration of writers, illustrators, books and the choice to read. This year being the 23rd year it has been running.
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One of my goals for this year is to focus back on my healthy eating and exercise regime. So that means more home cooked meals and making better recipe choices.
I always excited when I find a new brand who sells quirky stationery. I like unique and different stationery that is not only practical but fun! When I came across Thinking Gifts on Twitter and reached out, we decided to collaborate on a product review. I was able to search their website and tell them what products I liked from their website,
I was so excited to be sharing another stationery post, even more excited that it is a swap with the lovely Emma from BelieveInBumble. We have had this collaboration in the works for a couple of months. If you like posts like these you can see the stationery swap I did with HelloBexa which you can see here. I love to buy stationery and so this was so much fun, but definitely cost more as I brought things for myself as well ha ha!
When I was sent the Stampin’ Up! set at Easter to make cards, I enjoyed making the cards so much. If you would like to see the set I was gifted or the designs I made you can see them here. After making these cards I wanted to participate in a card swap, Lena expressed an interest when I posted on Twitter and we arranged to send each other 3 cards. I was so excited for this to be creative and hopefully make Lena smile. Continue reading “Card Swap with LenasNotebook”
I came across a tweet requesting bloggers to work with Stampin’ Up! As you know I love anything and everything to do with stationery, so this was the perfect collaboration for me. Stampin’ Up! is an international crafting company who specialise in stamps and paper crafts. They have so many lovely products. I was sent the “You’re Inspiring” stamp set which has all the tools I needed to make Easter and Spring related greeting cards.
I have been following Bexa since I started blogging, as we started blogging around the same time. She is so supportive and such a positive presence in the community. I was so happy when Bexa suggested a stationery treat box swap. We both share a love of stationery, so it was the perfect collaboration for us. Any excuse to buy stationery haha!