OLD ENGLISH COMPANY WISHLIST & GIVEAWAY

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PLANNER | LEAF PRINT | GOLD TEXT PRINT | 'GOOD THINGS' PIN | LEAF KEY RING | MUG 

After the result of my last Wishlist going down well, I thought I'd share another Wishlist. This time sharing my new love of Old English Company, and their beauty stationary. I apologise now if you have an obsession with stationary because you may be about to make a purchase! Myself, I have a mad obsession where I'm constantly on the hunt for new note books and prints for my work. 

So Who are Old English Company? "We’re a stationery and homeware brand creating beautiful, hand lettered products. First established in London, our studios are now located in the beautiful town of Stamford. The art is in the simplicity of our designs. Following no particular calligraphy rules, all of our products are uniquely hand lettered to create stylish, uncomplicated designs with messages that resonate with people. All of our products are proudly made in England."

Above you will see some of my top picks from Old English Company, my favourite has to be the leaf print. I've been searching for the ideal leaf print for my ever growing print wall which I'm currently building and this is the ideal match! 

If you're a blogger like myself or maybe even you like to be organised with your day to day tasks. Then a planner is essential to you! I know I use mine for everything not just blog work! Over at Old English Company they offer a wide range of super pretty planners (which would make the perfect Instagram flat lay shot!) I'm obsessed with out basic and simple they are, but the planners are the exact style and look I love. I always look for a planner or notebook that inspires me and makes me want to write in it. OEC also they offer notebooks which do the exact same job and look amazing too! These currently range from £1 as some are in the sale too! (quickly add's to cart) 

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So fancy your very own planner from Old English Company? well you're in luck! why? because they have a competition on where you could win their whole planner collection! To celebrate 'World Stationery Day' To enter Head over to the website now