don’t tell me you don’t have a dedicated stationery filing cabinet in your home. oh, just me? well you mightn’t be that obsessed but we all love stationery—and we love customisable stationery even more.
my favourite online stationery shop, Paperless Post, was launched in 2009 to “prove that communication could be personal and well-designed regardless of the medium”. from paper cards to digital save-the-dates, there are literally thousands of options, including collaborations with designers like kate spade new york, Jonathan Adler and Rifle Paper Co.
lots of designs are even free! check out Paperless Posts’ gorgeous invitations and other products for your next event—or just because.
—this post is in collaboration with Paperless Post
a quick hello to share some news about my new blog: Adventuring & Things.
if you’re into travel and lifestyle come and check it out!
i seem to have a habit of snapping classic cars & strangers’ cats: my scrapbook is full of photos of both. here’s a pick just from my most recently-developed disposable. what i wouldn’t give for a cobalt blue 1960s beetle…
the final few shots from the first disposable camera i’ve used in a good 10 years or so. i love the highly saturated yet somehow still faded colours i’ve got from this film so expired boots’ single-use cameras may become a bit of a habit. just a few photos from a springtime wander around shoreditch.
for the past few weeks london has been full of the honey-like fragrance of wisteria; this almost-completely-covered house in camden town was my favourite display. other things that’ve made me happy this spring are sunset dates on the south bank, being treated to a diana mini by my love, making saturday morning library visits a new ritual, discovering yet another really good burger place, finally getting all those damned prints framed (next, hanging), adding my dream breton top to my wardrobe, & planning a big surprise for his birthday.