Planner Girls Collective: Top Journaling Shops

Hey this week in the Planner Girls Collective we are looking at our favourite shops for planner, stationery and journaling supplies.

I have chosen to show you all my top 5 journaling supply shops.

To start with we have Little Rainbow Moon the owner Jo makes everything herself and offers a range of custom made items for journaling such as ephemera, cards, stickers and more. Her work is beautiful and excellent quality.

Next we have Mrs Brimbles again, the owner Anna creates her own artwork and offers it in various forms. Which gives a very unique quality to adding bits to my journal pages.

Then we move to the high street. The Works is fantastic for budget bits and pieces and they have a massive collection of items.

Hobbycraft is also a great place to find journaling items. They carry a large range and the prices aren’t too expensive either.
Lastly we have Hey Little Magpie this is an online only store but it has a larger range of supplies available than most others. Great if you’re looking for something very specific.

So that’s all of them. Please see the other girls for their posts and favourite shops.



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Thanks for reading.

The Stationery Geekette x 


Creative Journaling in my Travelers Notebook


I have always wanted to start creative journaling but due to my perfectionist issues I have put it off.

However after watching some YouTube videos from Geraldine Jayne I decided that I was going to give it a whirl.

As it turns out I absolutely love it. Every planner I own is functional so I have decided the Websters TN will be for my creative endeavours.

Creative Journaling is such much fun and I really feel it’s good for the mind and soul. I’m exploring different materials to use and techniques to try.

I’ve even found that I am more aware of my surroundings,  everything I look at is an opportunity to include in my creative journal.

I’ve even added things like watercolour paint, leaves, photos etc.
There is no definitive way to get started, everyone’s journal is unique.

I’ve now found other YouTubers to follow as they have some great ideas, tips and trick. Anna Brim and My Green Cow are two of them, along with Geraldine.

Here are some photo’s of my progress so far.






Do you have a creative journal and find it therapeutic? If not but you think it is something you’d enjoy I’d definitely try it 🙂

Thanks for reading.

The Stationery Geekette x