Mini Stationery Haul

Aldi stationery haul

Aldi stationery haul

Aldi notebook

ALdi Notepads open

Aldi notepads
Aldi Weekly Organiser

I’ve already shared my love for stationery here on the blog and now I couldn’t resist sharing some of the new bits that I’ve picked up recently. I probably didn’t need it (though some of my notepads are close to be being finished) but I instantly wanted it! Admittedly, I spotted it not long after I had left the doctor’s and was feeling a little sorry for myself but, when it’s this adorable, I would take any excuse to bring it home.

And at just £2.99 each, this treat was hardly going to break the bank! That’s right, £2.99 for the weekly organiser, £2.99  for the notebook, £2.99 the listpad and, you guessed it, £2.99 for the collection of notepads. Not bad at all!

But where did I find these beautiful bargains? That’s the best bit of all! I picked up these lovely bits in my local Aldi. They went into my basket alongside teabags and kitchen sink cleaner, because not every haul is glamorous.

I went for the watercolour design but they had two other styles there, including a darker navy floral set that I was very tempted by too.

Now, all that’s left to do is to put off using them for a little while (to keep the pages clean and pretty of course) and then get ready to get organised, in the prettiest way possible. I can’t wait.

Kelly x

5 thoughts on “Mini Stationery Haul

  1. It’s good to see that I’m not the only one obsessed over stationary. Often, I get scolded by my sister or my mum or my friends that I have too much pens, notebooks and notepads. Just for this year I have a total of five planners (some I bought, some were gifts but I asked for it). And the notepad you got and the clipboard’s just adorable… I’ll definitely buy those if I see those here.

    Mia, chaotictales.blogspot.com

  2. I do like these. Now I live on the other side of town, I don’t get to visit Aldi regularly any more. I think a special trip out is called for this week. Thank you for sharing!

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