One of my favourite illustrators is Japanese artist, Shinzi Katoh. Apart from the stationery, I have a tea tray, beautifully illustrated, with the words "every Sunday a bee comes to our house"; makes me smile every time I see it. Here is a little memo pad.
And on the inside. How cute is this? Makes list writing all the more fun.
Book plates, oh yes please. Books of stickers depicting Paris, I think so!!
And see that little box on top, the one that says Detem pro zdravi (whatever that means?), want to see what's inside it?
Stickers, and lots of 'em. Swoon!! But wait, there is more,oh yes! Sukie is another favourite and here is a box full of woodland critters stationery. Sukie are a team based in England, and have a blog. Do have a look at all their products.
And a Chinese-style stationery set which features radishes with legs. What's not to like?
So there you have it ... my childlike stationery passion. No longer hidden away, but out in the open. Do you have any secret collections/passions that you want to share? I'd love to hear about it!!
I'm off to write a letter. I think a greeting from the Dumpling Dynasty might do the trick.