It's National Stationery Week
and this year we're celebrating by sharing our top 10 British stationery designers. You know we're all about supporting independent designers, so you'll find no Paperchase or Kate Spade here, as much as we love them! Plus, if all of this stationery talk gets you craving some lovely new things for your own collection, we're offering 10% off our stationery range
with the code NATSTAT10 until 30th April 2017.
Oh Squirrel is one of my 'go to' brands for cool and quirky gifts, including cute stationery bundles like this. Plus, Katie's customer service is second to none. She has bailed me out with last minute personalised makes on more than one occasion, taking the time to beautifully wrap each order.
Featuring Mia's bright and colourful paintings as the backdrop, you'll struggle to lose these beauties on your desk. With a variety of desk pads and notebooks, you're sure to find one that suits you. We love Mia's blog planner pad. Those heart tick boxes... 😍
Birmingham based Sparrow and Wolf, ran by Cherie Gregory, produce some of my favourite notebooks. Simple and bold designs? Check. Gorgeous metallic foiling? Check. Choice of sizes? Check. We have just a few of Cherie's notebook sets left, so grab one before they're gone for good
4. That Lame Company
Ran by the lovely Chloe, who blogs at Mojichlo
, The Lame Company is packed full of beautiful and super useful stationery, like this meal planner pad. Make sure you take a peek Chloe's stationery bundles, designed for productivity, bloggers and more.
Add some colour to your everyday with Not Only Polka Dots' colourful collection. From pencils to clipboards, the super clever Imanina designs and makes nearly everything herself, right down to stitching up her notebooks.
Home of The Ultimate Blog Planner, Dot Creates' designs are the perfect addition to your stationery drawer.
Nottingham based Ding Ding specialise in hand printed useful objects. From pencil cases to rulers and clipboards, Jenna's designs make ideal Instagram props as well as useful additions to your stationery collection. Shop our selection of Ding Ding products
and get 10% off until 30th April with the code NATSTAT10.
If rose gold foil and temporary tattoos are your kind of thing, Emilie Rose's shop is definitely worth checking out. Whilst she specialises in wedding stationery, Emilie's wider gift range is definitely worth a peek, if only to get a better look as these gorgeous notebooks.
Designed to bring a little happiness, Bread and Jam's stationery is a delight. I particularly love their notecards sets - guaranteed to put a small on the recipient's face.
Studio Seed's luxury range of hardback notebooks and desk pads can't be overlooked. Get ready to create your master plan...
Who are your favourite small British brands for stationery? We love discovering new ones, so make sure to tell us in the comments or over on Facebook