The lovely Sarah from Everyday Concepts was generous enough to send me a few goodies in the post; I’m going to let you know what I aim to do with them. With a good mixture in the package, I wasn’t sure where to begin!
From left to right: sticky notes, erasers, three sets of stickers, sticky dots and some marker pens.
Sticky notes are always useful. I can use these in my filofax and can also use them to scrapbook with! Now the erasers would have come in handy last week when I was struggling to find one in the house. In the end, I borrowed one off my brother’s friend who was visiting at the time! Seeing as I apparently don’t own any erasers, these will definitely be useful! They’re also cute, which is always a plus! I was happy to see the stickers close up – they’re really pretty! I’ll definitely be using these in my scrapbook, and possibly in my Filofax to decorate! I love purple and I love butterflies, so those are my favourite out of the three. I have used sticky dots previously in my Filofax, and I think I’ll possibly use them in my monthly pages. As they’re small, it’s easier to put a reminder in the little month box with these! Red, green and blue fit in with my colour coding so that’s all good! I feel like I will most likely use the marker pens in my scrapbooking.
This notebook really is something special… At a first glance, it just looks like a normal hardback notebook. When you open the cover, you are greeted with the lovely little logo shown below.
Skip to the back of the notebook and there’s a little note, stating that the notebook is unique, has a handmade cover and is one of only 125 made. The paper feels wonderful, and I’m really not sure what I’ll use this for! If you know me, you’ll know that I like notebooks, and I have a few that are unused because they’re just too pretty to ruin… I need to get out of that habit!
Last but not least, I have some ribbons and chalk! The ribbons are good for present wrapping (and all four of my family members have birthdays in July/August!) so those will come in handy. I’m thinking I can also use these for crafts too. Now chalk, what can I do with chalk? I’m half tempted to try the hair thing, because that can look cool…
As you can see, a good mixture of goodies! Thanks again Sarah for sending them to me! Go check out her blog!