As you know, we’ve teamed up with artist Timothy Armstrong who has taken one of our Spectrascope memo blocks and created some super-cool creative animations.
PAPERCRAFT TRAIN TUTORIAL
We’ve teamed up with Tia and Laura from Little Button Diaries to create this paper craft train tutorial – a perfect half term activity with the kids!
We love paper and just adore colour! As it turns out, we’re not the only ones.
We invited some paper craft gurus to take part in the Play with Colour challenge; to create something beautiful using our range of Spectracsope paper. Here our winner and runners up share their makes with us and what inspired their creations.
Half term can often be a great chance to visit your nearest and dearest or go away for a well deserved holiday, but it is always a bit of a debbie-downer when you get home isn’t it?
Have we got your attention? Head over to our Instagram account @frompaperchase and find out how you can win £100 worth of Paperchase goodness!
National Vegetarian Week 2015 is organised by the Vegetarian Society and sponsored by ‘Nothing But’. The whole idea behind it is to encourage us all to share and try yummy new veggie foods with our nearest and dearest. What better way to connect with others around you to explore meat-free food together? There are some great ideas out there even if you are a total carnivore. If you are veggie, why not let your meat eating friends know there’s more to veg meals than vegetables topped with cheese!
Our new travel range ‘Wild Life’ has just launched and we’re going a bit wild looking at it if we’re totally honest. It feels so summery, so fresh and memories of azure skies and golden beaches are filling our minds, making us giddy.
Our mouth-watering new range has just launched! Behold the juicy goodness that is Mercato!
Washi tape is one of the most versatile and pretty craft materials around. Surprisingly though, many people just don’t know where to start with using it. Today I’ll share 10 ideas which I really love, quick and easy ways to jazz up everyday objects and get yourself organised (in a less “boring chores” and more “pretty craft” kind of way).
Our iconic highlighters really are the highlights of our lives! Spreadsheets were once boring. At one time we hated highlighting passages in our text books. Years ago we dreaded doing our accounts. Then it all changed, then we found these highlighters and they showed us spreadsheets weren’t boring, our accouting could be fun and revision suddenly rocked, because it wasn’t them that were boring. It was our stationery.
We have been known to buy a notebook just for it’s cover, unlike books they come blank, so quite frankly there’s no other way.
So, you’re sat at your desk and any inspiration seems like it is a million miles away. We’ve all been there, right? But look around you, those little clips and sticky tabs, they are so much more than just useful bits and bobs to organise your day. They are waiting to be played with! Line them up, arrange them into circles, stack them on top of each other and before you know it, your creative block will be quaking in its boots!
Day 2 of Stationery Week is here Stationery Addicts!
Today is the first day of National Stationery Week and we are celebrating paper! A whole day dedicated to paper – how dreamy is that?
One aspect of stationery week is the idea of getting kids writing and really, getting us all writing again. Sure we’ve got gadgets a plenty, but a good old hand written note is really the way to impress.
We’ve started organising our organisers, diaries and other organising stationery into grids! What do you mean we’re supposed to use them?