A few more last-minute gifts

by Johanne

3 days away and still lots to do.

I’m all for the one-stop shopping experience. This year I managed to cram my Christmas gift shopping list into four stops, including stores where I had to go anyway to buy supplies for my own holiday survival kit (ie. the wine & spirits store).

Hopefully you’re getting near the bottom of the list and maybe, like me, you’re already done (!). Either way, ain’t nothin’ wrong with taking a little peak at what’s happening at one of our fave all-around go-to suppliers: the Paper Source.

If not for this Christmas, surely other occasions will come up to justify a little bit of this:

Paper cardstock tree house, $29.95

Smencils smell deelish and are made from 100% recycled paper. Perfect for decorating a paper tree house! $15.95 for a yummy 10-pack

Bathtub tea, $3.95
Camera rubber stamp, $6.95
Printed in Italy utensil paper, $3.75 for a 20″ x 28″ sheet
Monogram letter press stationary, $6.50 for 10 flat cards
Donkey memo paper (includes 140 blank slips), $12.95

For these and more visit the Paper Source.


10 Comments on “A few more last-minute gifts”

  1. Jordana says:

    Smencils…love them! The name just made me laugh out loud!
    p.s. Obviously I love the J stationary too! Anything with a J on it suits me well.

  2. Sofia says:

    Love the idea of bathtub tea!

  3. kirsty says:

    iv gotten to the point where i have forgotten what on earth i am meant to be doing! next year – write things down x

    • Johanne says:

      Yes I know- it can be overwhelming-! I always tell myself that I’m going to keep a running list of awesome finds and I still haven’t learned… Perhaps this will go on the list of New Year’s resolutions 🙂

      • Jordana says:

        I actually do have an ongoing gift list in my little notebook. Birthdays, holidays…it comes in handy. I also buy gifts as soon as I see them…for future occasions. I feel like it’s time-saving…or at least that’s what I tell myself.

  4. The spoon paper is really nice<3 I often buy paper in Italy, actually.

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