06 January 2016

Paperchase Haul

On Christmas day I ended up on the Paperchase website to have a little browse at their bargains. It might be a bit sad to do sales shopping on Christmas day itself but when it comes to Paperchase I cannot resist, every year I take a look in store for Christmas bargains, but this year I went all out. I placed a reasonable order online, but since then I've been to two stores and I've ended up with a nice selection ready for next Christmas - though I managed to buy one non-festive thing, a "Let's go" postcard.



Overall I purchased four rolls of wrapping paper, much needed gift tags, a few postcards, a bundle of present toppers, some twine, stickers and even some fairy light! Safe to say I'm ready for next Christmas.

I definitely suggest that you shop the Paperchase sale yourself here, there's a lot more than just Christmas goodies too.
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  1. I LOVE paperchase but I never thought to get anything for next year! This is all so adorable! Xx

    OliviaCheryl.com

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    1. I think it's a yearly tradition for me now haha x

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  2. Oh my gosh this is Christmas heaven. We still have quite a lot of christmas paper leftover from this year so we don't need to buy anymore but I'm sure I will. :P I love the gold and white wood grain look & of course the deer x

    Erin | beingerin.com

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    1. I still have a lot left over but I was in need of some for children and I couldn't resist the metallic ones! x

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  3. Oh gosh, everything you got is so cute! I love the gingerbread man and the gift tags! I do this too, buy stuff in the sales ready for next Christmas.
    Just followed you on Bloglovin! :)
    Becky; http://www.rebeccamarie.co.uk xxx

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    1. I know right! It's so easy to buy loads haha. Well you save money in the long run! Thankyou xx

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