Mark National Stationery Week with this easy 5 minute craft project

National Stationery Week

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National Stationery Week

Mark National Stationery Week with this easy 5 minute craft project

It may be a girl thing, but ever since my friends and I were small, we have loved stationery.

The fruity aromas from scented erasers, the pretty patterned notebooks, gorgeous folders and the joy of a new box of pencil crayons – stationery provided endless delights.

It’s quite handy then that as
my chosen career I work on
several stationery products!

National Stationery WeekI also like to dabble in crafts now and again and have had a go at these cute little button paperclips. They’re ever so slightly fiddly but only take a couple of minutes and they’re so cute!

  1. Simply find a few pretty old buttons (the ones with sticky-out backs).
  2. Cut a narrow piece of masking tape and thread through the back.
  3. Place the curve of a (matching) paperclip over the back of the button and stick down the tape.

These are ideal for attaching to postcards and thank you cards with a small token gift.

NATIONAL STATIONERY WEEK

  • Received flowers? As a thank you, post a card with a packet of flower seeds attached.
  • Enjoyed help from a friend? Send a card with a sachet of hot chocolate and the message, ‘Relax with a cuppa’.
  • Enjoyed a fabulous party? Say thank you with a card and bookmark.

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Now, bag a bargain AND get a very handy FREEBIE.

Dairy Diary Address BookThe Dairy Diary Address book is back by popular demand, as an extra special treat we’re throwing in a FREE Notes Organiser with every purchase!

Get yours quick before they sell out –  at just £3.50 they won’t be around for long.

Buy Dairy Diary Address Book

 

 

 

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