Bring Back Paper

The November Stationery Swap

It only seems right that we round off the #BringBackPaper year with another stationery swap. These have been so popular this year, I thought you might like to do one more before the mayhem of December descends upon us. There won’t be a Bring Back Paper activity in December, as I suspect that with cards, paper and planning, we all have enough paper to keep us busy!

stationery swap

It’s nice and easy to get involved. Pop a bundle of stationery bits and bobs together, and send them out into the world to your swap partner so that they have received them by the end of November. You can include whatever you fancy, such as notepaper, jotters, stickers, pens, washi, postcards – whatever suits you. We’re not talking huge amounts and box loads of stuff here, just a pretty little package to brighten someone’s day, spending around £5. If you’d then like to share either sending or receiving, just use the #BringBackPaper hash tag over on Twitter or Instagram, or share on my Facebook page so that we can all see it.

This swap is open to absolutely everyone worldwide, and you need not blog or be active on social media to take part. You just need to enjoy stationery.

To get involved, email me with your name and address at jocelyn@thereadingresidence.com, and I will then pair you up and get back to you with your swap partner’s details as soon as I have done so. It’d be helpful if you could let me know whether you’d be willing to or would prefer to post internationally, too, as we do often have swappers outside of the UK wanting to get involved.

Oh, I do love a good old stationery swap! Are you in?

Oh, and a heads up. I’m putting together The Ultimate Stationery Gift Guide, due here on the 18th November. So do look out for it, and I’m sure to be Instagramming gorgeous items as they arrive…

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  1. Mommy's Little Princesses November 4, 2015
    • Jocelyn November 4, 2015

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