This week is National Stationery Week, which is good news for those of us who need an excuse to add to our stash. Notebooks and planners are some of my favourite types of stationery to hoard – who else has a box full that they can’t bear to use? Here’s a few more I’d love to add to my collection and I’ve included a look inside too.
Notebook Therapy is new to me but has a great selection of kawaii stationery and free worldwide shipping! These Kawaii Dreams Planners come in four colourful designs with lots of cute inserts and features.
Our friends at Fuzzballs (UK) have some very fun and affordable new planners that have full colour pages, spiral binding and free stickers, plus cute Fuzzballs characters of course! The Pawesome Planner is my favourite and has loads of space and prompts to keep you organised.
Mochi Things (USA) is a great source for Korean stationery and they have way too many cute notebooks and planners to choose from! These adorable baby animals to-do notebooks have daily checklists for 90 days plus lots of grid pages and a matching bookmark.
I also love to browse Fallindesign (Korea) for affordable stationery. There’s a sale on just now including these fun patterned notebooks for just over $4 each. There’s dotted notebooks with space, bunny and ice cream themes (this seems directly marketed to my interests!) and lined notebooks with cats, crocodiles and carousels.
And finally, just something totally adorable – an Otter Jotter! It’s by Sophie Corrigan (UK) and is blank inside for sketching or notes, plus you get some of her own sketches on the inside pages. It’s the cheapest option too at just £3.
What are your favourite places to buy kawaii stationery?
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.