Since Christmas is the season for giving and helping others, we’ve made it easier than ever to support charity with this year’s selection of charity Christmas cards! We’re supporting a wide range of charities so whatever cause is close to your heart, you can do some good while you send your Christmas wishes! This week we are shining our charity spotlight on Terence Higgins, MS Trust, Sense, Hearing Dogs & Alzheimers Society
We will set the scene. It’s Christmas Eve and your brother turns up at the house with his brand new girlfriend in tow. You didn’t get her a card. All you need is 10 minutes to make this magic rainbow tree card.
To celebrate the release of Dawn French’s newest book, Me. You. Not a Diary, we are giving a few of you lucky stationery lovers a chance to win a shiny new edition along with a Paperchase 2019 diary. Enter here
Since Christmas is the season for giving and helping others, we’ve made it easier than ever to support charity with this year’s selection of charity Christmas cards! We’re supporting a wide range of charities so whatever cause is close to your heart, you can do some good while you send your Christmas wishes! This week we are shining our charity spotlight on Place2Be, Centrepoint, Honeypot, Autistica & Children with Cancer UK.
After months of preparation, 150 folded corners and a whole load of ribbon, you’ll have a stack of beautifully wrapped presents underneath the tree. Come 11AM on Christmas morning, you’ll no doubt find your hard work strewn across the floor in various multi-coloured piles. Ensure your Christmas wrapping paper doesn’t get chucked straight into landfill and help it survive to wrap another day by throwing it in the recycling bin.
Our newest student ambassadors have officially been selected and accepted with open arms to the University of Paperchase. Here to help us spread the stationery loving feels, we caught up with them to learn a bit more about what their studying, what their desk essentials are and what their stationery range would be like.
Write & Shine runs a programme of workshops & online courses gathering people to write together in the morning light. They welcome busy Londoners seeking space for creativity in their lives. The sessions are open to everyone, whether you’re new to writing, have some experience or simply want to enjoy an energising & inspiring start to your day!
Here is a note from founder, Gemma Seltzer, on how we can all use our creativity to slow down the pace and reflect and explore the corners of our mind!
We have partnered with Mind, the mental health charity, to encourage you to ‘Write it Down’ for better mental health. Author of ‘A Million Lovely Letters’ and ‘Write a Letter’ Jodi Bickley’s inspiring story is a true testament of how important it is to take some time out from your mind and write it down. Read Jodi’s inspiring open letter below.
We are encouraging you all to take a break from tech this month and swap your daily scroll for the more classic paper scroll. We all know that too many digital influences in your life can increase anxiety, affect your self esteem and reduce productivity. We have teamed up Jodi Bickley, the author of one million lovely letters, to remind you all how good it feels to be someones (or your own) pen pal.