Cute as a button, kawaii-influenced pencil sharpener shaped like a water melon. It’s a little splash of sunshine for your desk.
I’ve got one of these – an orange cardboard cat named Princess who lives in my office. The funniest thing ever? When Woody, our friends’ dog visits, he goes berserk at Princess the cardboard cat.
Pinocchio in reverse! Sharpen the pencil and Pinocchio’s nose gets a little shorter. Very cute.
Fridge magnet letters are old-hat, we know, but these funky little letters are Scrabble tiles. Hours of fun are bound to ensue! Put oyur mind to it, and you could probably have an entire conversation via Scrabble tiles on the fridge…
There’s something about travelling that means you just need to make notes along the way…all too often travel journals are great big things that aren’t practical when you’re travelling, but this little buddy would be barely noticeable in your bag.
We all love the iconic London Routemaster bus, and now you can have a pint-sized one in a pen…tip the pen, and the bus pootles off down the road (kind of)…
Inspired by Stella, the creator’s rescue cat, this gorgeous handmade notebook is one of a kind. The cover is removable, so you can pop a new notebook in once the first one is full. Cute, beautifully made and functional to boot.
It’s orange and useful – what’s not to like? Fill your Pantone storage tin with nasty bills, then just look lovingly at the tin…maybe the bills won’t be so horrid then…
We know, this is one of those ‘I want that now’ moments…could this wooden Duck Tape Dispenser get cuter? (Duck Tape…geddit?)
Let’s face it, A is always for aardvaark, isn’t it? Super cute illustrated print by Anna Bond, featuring 26 gorgeous creatures. From the very talented Rifle Paper Co.
Code creator, finger printing kit, invisible ink….this kit’s got everything a junior spy could need! Just don’t blame us if your kids find out you’ve been up to anything dubious!
Typically quirky and gorgeous notebook from Papaya, with a spiral-binding lay-flat cover.
A gorgeous, colourful birthday card printed by hand using old-style but totally funky letterpress techniques. It’s hard to believe cards like this cost more or less the same as a mass-produced card from a faceless big company.
Go on, we dare you to use this crackers mobile phone handset on the train home from work….you know you want to!