The August collection arrived last week and I wasn’t allowed to open it until my nephew arrived that weekend at my house as he wanted to ‘help’ me because he’s very much a lover of receiving mail, like his auntie.

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Upon first impression, I felt quite underwhelmed with August’s collection but after flicking through the various paper products and then photographing it, I began to change my mind. I was originally not sure about the colour palette but the muted tones work really well and made me feel nostalgic. I’ve always been a lover of the sky; since I was a child I found the colour changes and textures fascinating and to this day I take photographs of sunsets and cloud formations. They’re usually featured on my Instagram Story, so don’t miss it.

The cute little quotes on each item are adorable, motivational and I can’t wait to send them as happy mail.

August’s collection included:

  • Two postcards
  • Three mini notecards and envelopes
  • A large greeting card and envelope
  • Notebook

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‘There is always blue sky behind the clouds.’
What do you think of August’s #Paperhaul collection?

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