Stationery Haul



Stationery is one of my greatest weaknesses. Whether it's thank you cards or organizers, I'm into it. Even if I don't need to thank anyone or congratulate them on their wedding, I find myself browsing greeting cards at 5 in the morning and, only sometimes, actually purchasing them. Because just in case, you know? And that's exactly what happened when I accidentally stumbled upon Emily McDowell's website. Her products are too beautiful to resist.



Emily McDowell is the artist and creative (and comedian, if you ask me) behind the products at Emily McDowell Studio. I first discovered her products on Etsy a few years ago and I've been hooked ever since. She now has her own website with a whole team working with her to create lots of new products along with her iconic greeting cards.


As you can tell, I went a little crazy in the greeting card section. I mean, look at those cards... how can you not buy them??? I didn't even have anyone in mind when buying them, if I'm being honest. I like having a collection of greeting cards so when a birthday comes up, or any other greeting card worthy event, I'm prepared.


 And then came the planner. I've been looking for a desk planner for a while now but never took the plunge and actually purchased one because they either 1. didn't suit my day to day scheduling needs or they were 2. outrageously expensive. That is until I found Emily McDowell's planner. Not only is her planner super effective with a sense of humor, it was super affordable.




The last purchase made during my spontaneous stationery shopping spree were gift tags. I justified this purchase by reminding myself that gift tags are always needed and they were on sale, so why not? Truthfully, I think I just wanted to buy as much as I could and if I bought something with a reduced price, I wouldn't judge myself too much. I might have a slight problem.




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