There's stationery and then there's stationery and Rifle Paper Co products are in the latter category. I don't think there is a stationery brand or company that I adore more than Rifle Paper Co! Every single product is the essence of luxe design and pinterest worthy eye candy, for stationery nerds like myself anyway. Their spring range has a series of Alice in Wonderland products as it is the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland and I need to get my hands on them!
I was kindly sent a few products from the new Rifle Paper Co spring range, thanks to the incredibly lovely people at NorthLight HomeStore (I cannot recommend the website enough, I've ordered from them myself). I've published posts on the Rifle Paper Co products before and I loved everything.
Rifle Paper Co Let's Do This Notepad (£6.80) which is so incredibly gorgeous, so spring appropriate and I know I will get so much use out of it because every few days I write a to-do list as I love to tick things off and keep track of what I need to do - I keeps me organised and let's be honest, it feels good to tick off things from your to-do list, even if that is 'have a shower' or 'put clothes away'...
I have another freakin' gorgeous item, the *Rifle Paper Co Herb Garden Market List Notepad (£8.24) and again, it's so pretty and perfect for spring. Every single item of stationery, such as these notepads but also the phone cases, planners and calendars, would make lovely gifts. This notepad has a magnetic strip on the back so it can be attached to the fridge as a shopping list which we will get so much use out of but it almost seems a shame to use them as they are so pretty!
Lastly, the gorgeous pink floral background of these photographs is actually a sheet of the *Rifle Paper Co Jardin de Paris Wrapping Paper (£7.70, three sheets) which is probably the most beautiful wrapping paper ever created. I personally wouldn't use it as wrapping paper, as I would end up destroying it (I'm the worse present wrapper in the world) but I am going to use it as a background for blog photographs!
Overall, I cannot recommend Rifle Paper Co stationery enough and NorthLight HomeStore has such a wide range of their products - from the websites I've looked at, it has to stock the most Rifle Paper Co products for a UK site. Here's my mini wish list:
What do you think of the Rifle Paper Co spring range? Have you bought anything from NorthLight HomeStore?