When I had my stall with The London Artisan, I made time to look around and discovered so many fantastic businesses! I bought gorgeous clay earrings by Grayjay, fun greeting cards and notebook (with screenprinted cover) by Anna Beam. I think I was particularly loving the salmon pink shade on that very day!
Please check out these amazing businesses too –
Storm In A Teacup
Kat B London
Rebecca Gladstone Jewellery
The Elephant’s Journey
Charles Of Lloyd
As always, I made time to visit other businesses when I had my stall in Brighton and bought few things.
I bought this lovely mug from Czech Ceramic, Snowy Mountain hanging decoration by Cat’s Ceramics and British Birds print by Abby Cook. If you follow me on Pinterest, you would know that I have been loving ceramic art recently and on the other day I bought myself an air dry clay and made some pots! Knowing my big love for birds, I had to buy that bird print and it will be hung somewhere in my studio for every day inspiration.
I also saw and liked:
I Drew This
I also had a stall last Sunday with The London Artisan and it went really well! More on that in next post.
Choosing this planner, Iconic ‘Seize The Day’ Free Planner, from Fox & Star was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I used Bullet Journal technique for years so I didn’t have a proper planner or diary and I was starting to miss it.
There are monthly and weekly layouts, enough for a year. They are undated so you can start using it anytime. In monthly section, I write down events, reminders etc and in weekly section, I write down to-do list daily. I started this planner just three weeks ago and I found this system to really work for me already. There is also a free note section, which is always useful.
The appearance is a massive bonus – the cover is textured that feels nice and sturdy. Look at that pretty pattern inside! There are see through pockets inside too so I can store recent receipts or business cards.
I am clearly very pleased with my new planner! What is your current planner like?