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Friday, June 28, 2024

Friday, June 21, 2024

Review: Daiso Chopitto Stickers


Daiso makes great stickers. 
This is their chopitto line of compact journal stickers. 

Each set is colour and design themed. 
It comes in a little card sized sleeve and there are 5 sheets of 15 stickers each. 

The little card sleeves are also decorated which makes telling them apart easy. 

I picked up the cat, bear and panda themed sets. 
The bear set was themed towards homework and studies, perfect for students. 
The cat set was themed towards leisure such a cafe and games and the panda set was themed towards cheering or encouragement. 

I love the pastel colours chosen for the sets, it's very on trend with a lot of pastels we're seeing this year. 

All the stickers are round and easy to peel, the small size is great for journals and diaries or even as little notes. 

These are a great item to pick up from Daiso to use in your journal, especially if you're someone that journals on the move. 

What do you think, do you like these stickers from Daiso? 

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Friday, June 14, 2024

Review: MUJI Sticky Pocket Post Card Size

How do you store all your paraphernalia for your diary? 

I'm talking about tickets from travel or even just receipts in day to day life which you might want to document in your diary as well. A few brands including MIDORI has released an extra pocket which you can stick in your diary but its often too small.

Recently I came across this in MUJI and I think its perfect!

Size: Post card Size [14.8 x 10cm]

Its made of vinyl so its waterproof and can protect your items.

There is a lot of storage, ranging from postcard size to namecard pockets [x2]

And it comes with a sticky back and is ready for sticking into your diary or folder!
The possibilities are endless.

What do you think? Is this something you would use?
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Friday, June 7, 2024

Review: Sunstar Ninipie Deco


I've tried a few different types of highlighters over the years but this is the first to combine a thick pen tip with a thin pen tip. 
The ninipie deco by Sunstar is solving the problem of having to carry too many pens around. 

The most interesting thing is that to have pen tips of different thicknesses, the thin pen tip is at at angle, which a is bit unnatural for writing. 

This highlighter might take a bit of practise to get used to. 
I found it a little uncomfortable to use, it felt like something was in the way when I tried to use either pen tip. However, the ink and pen tips were smooth and other than the slight uncomfortable angle, if you can get used to it, is a great tool to have. 

Overall, the colours are really pretty, I think the trend of the pastel highlighters instead of neon colours is great and easy on the eyes. 
Would I keep using it though? I don't tend to carry pens around as I work from home so this product isn't for me but if you're a student or someone who needs to keep your pen storage light, this is right up your alley. 

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