Friday, 1 May 2015

Etsy Stickers Haul Part 2 (and Affordable Stickers Organiser/Storage)


This is the second part of my recent stickers haul on Etsy. First batch of my stickers arrived last week, and the rest arrived this week!



I was attracted to the store because I was looking for an eyebrow threading sticker and I saw these thread stickers! They were the closest to the “threading” theme. Her stickers are designed for Erin Condren size but as I don’t have an Erin Condren, Karolina was kindly resized the page flags for me so that they fit my Moleskine square perfectly!!

Planner Lust is run by Bethni, who is one of my favourite YouTuber in Hong Kong. She has also been obsessed with planners and planner supplies recently so I was so excited when I saw her opened an Etsy shop selling not only cute stickers, but washi tapes and stationery as well! The makeup stickers that she hand-picked to sell are collectibles to any makeup addicts! The pens are just so cute that I wanted to get all of them!!

A massive thumbs up about her shop is the shipping costs. When adding items to the Etsy basket, the shipping does go up like rocket! But fear not! Because Beth will refund the extras after she packages your order. That makes sure all packages are charged fairly! It’s an excellent service!!

I found My Pretty Week when I was searching for a UK Etsy shop. Lisa specialises in making pretty dividers for any size of planners. I ordered the gold/white sets for my Kikki K medium, the patterns are very Kate Spade style, which I absolutely love. I ordered the bundle set, it comes with dividers, dashboard, bookmark and two pockets. You might ask “why there are two sizes here?” I carelessly chose the wrong size for the 12-month divider set… Duh! Ah well.. to compensate my error and not letting the dividers go to waste, I just need to order a new A5 planner to fit them in!!
Affordable Stickers Storage / Organizer


My sticker collection has grown suddenly, what is the best way to store them and keep them organised? I have seen stickers books/albums that can be bought from Etsy. I went for a cheaper way – I bought an A5 ring binder and some clear pockets from a stationery store. I put a card in each pocket to strength the pocket and also divide the pocket into back and front, and store my stickers on the pockets. I am organising them by Etsy shops at the moment, because I am still fairly to new to these shops, I want to get used to their design styles and know which shop to go back to for re-purchase. I am sure sooner or later, I will probably re-organise my stickers again per theme. But right now, organised by shops works for me.