Lou HarveyI love pretty stationary and since I’m a paper and pen kind of girl (I have tried using my phone to organise but just don’t like it) I use notebooks, shopping lists and calendars to organise and to keep track of my thoughts. If it’s not on a list, it usually doesn’t get bought or done.

Not only should stationary be practical, it should be something you want to use and helps to spark ideas and creativity. Children should also be encouragement to write and have their own notebooks to jot down in. I remember as a girl writing handwritten thank you notes after birthdays and Christmas, still do, because as easy as email is, receiving a personal note in the post is more meaningful.

Whether you want to organise your life, a party or just to have pretty things you can play with, Lou Harvey have launched a range of stationary and party packs.

For everyday, you’ll love the to-do lists, note cards, notebooks, shopping lists and weekly planners, as well as cute frame magnets for your fridge.

Lou Harvey Stationary Review - The Mommy CityThey also have passport and ID covers for making dull every day practical items a little more colourful and stylish. For the kids, think new bunting in a range of fun colours and designs to brighten up a boring wall, as well as cupcake holders and toppers for special birthdays and celebrations. Stationary is now available at all Lou Harvey stores and please click here for a list of stockists.

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