Today, I want to share a Q&A with a lady who runs a fantastic stationery brand. It’s a company I’ve had the pleasure of working with before when I reviewed one of their products and since, I’ve seen around so much. I currently have a few of their products – each unique and each one close to my heart. I really love their products and their customer service is even better than that. This brand is called Say Nice Things and, true to their name, they encourage you to say nice things about their products simply by providing quality items at an affordable price. Having fantastic customer service also helps!
I’ve already done a review of the Crystal journal that they sell, so be sure to check that post out to see what I love about their products. The journals are so unique, they are a great choice! For now, let’s jump into this post to find out a little bit more about Say Nice Things stationery and it’s amazing founder, Jill.
Today’s feature is a business that I’ve been following quite avidly on social media, called Spotlight Stationery. They produce these incredibly well curated stationery subscription boxes, each featuring a range of gorgeous products. I really love that they work with young illustrators, giving them the opportunity to be promoted and they source their products from a range of companies. In fact, I’ve found out about several new products or brands simply by visiting their website. Spotlight Stationery also stocks other products, such as notebook covers. What I really like, however, is their gift sets. All of them have been curated with a lot of thought and love. With their luxurious feel, they would make an amazing gift for any special occasion!
One of the masterminds behind Spotlight Stationery is a lady whose passion for stationery is easily noticeable. Mary was also a judge for the 2017 Stationery Awards, which speaks volumes for her credibility in the profession! So without further ado, let’s jump into this Q&A with Mary herself. Continue reading “Business Series: Spotlight Stationery”→
Today’s business feature is one that’s very close to my heart. I have known about Pocket Notebooks since it was first founded by Tony & Dan and have had the pleasure of reviewing one of the Calepino notebooks from the store previously. They recently sold the company to a fellow Stationery addict, Stuart and I’m so pleased to see that the company’s legacy continues! When it comes to customer service, this company has always been on the top of the game and it just seems to get better and better at it. When it comes to stationery and businesses, Stuart really knows his stuff so I can’t wait to kick into this Q&A to see what tips and tricks he can offer us.
This business series is something I love. It allows me to feature companies that I adore and people I look up to as role models. Today’s post is with a very inspiring lady, who envisioned beautiful stationery and has worked incredibly hard to make it happen. I’m thrilled to be able to share today’s Q&A with you as I first found the business when it was relatively new and since then, have seen it grow immensely (and at such a rapid pace!). So, without further ado, let me present to you: Gabi, founder and Girl Boss of Chroma Stationery!
P.S. If you haven’t heard of Chroma Stationery before, you’ll need to check out my previous post on it – I shared two notebooks that I purchased back when the store was quite new. I fell in love with Chroma Stationery when I first came across it and I love seeing how successful it is now.
I’m really excited to kick off this Business Series with one of my favourite stores for beautiful stickers and that’s Pau and Ari Designs. If you’re into stickers or decorating your planner then this one is definitely for you. I especially love that the products are unique, handmade creations that help to support a small business! I’m honoured to be a part of the PR team, sharing the amazing goodies they create over on my Instagram account. The store is named after two awesome ladies – Pau & Ari, of course. Pau (or Paula) runs the Etsy store – doing everything from admin to designing to packaging the items – whilst Ari helps out by designing some of the stickers. The store is based in Spain but her postage is very reasonable (it’s cheaper than some local stores!) so I’m forevering spending money over there.
Today, Pau is sharing a little about her etsy store and how it came around. There’s even a discount code – and I’ve decided to hold a giveaway too – at the end so be sure to check that out!
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