Inkkit Glittery Notions

Max’s washi tape picture frame project has had me hunting down cute tapes online for months now. Our office walls are awfully white, so I’ve been dreaming up fun ways to replicate the patterns he used in larger-scale ways. During my searching, I landed on INKKIT’s Etsy page. The shop is chock-full of sparkly, glittery, shimmery accessories that would be perfect for all sorts of office projects, including some gold washi tape that’s definitely going in my cart. I’m eying the paint-dipped pencils, too. It seems like a good time of year to invest in some cute things that encourage me to stay a little longer at work and get creative. Click here to check out and shop the full collection on Etsy. xo, grace

  1. Lia says:

    These are so lovely! Thank you for sharing (and making my wishlist longer)! :)

  2. so cute! i have added them to my list of favorite sellers for when i finally have space in our apartment for a desk of my own :)

  3. Alex M. says:

    Lovely. You could make a fantastic inspiration wall out of those things. When I was a student I used to bluetack interesting fliers/bar match boxes/newspaper clippings/stuff onto my wardrobe door and got quite an amazing pattern going. Is 28 too old to do the same thing again?

  4. added to my favorites! thanks for sharing. I especially love the dipped pencils.

  5. Allison says:

    Ooh, I just ordered a bunch of stuff from this shop a couple weeks ago. Glittery seals for envelopes and ropes of sequin ribbon for special little packages. It’s all so lovely! Now I’m wondering why I didn’t grab one of those gorgeous little pencils. Ah, regret…

  6. glitter / glamour / yeah! all so lovely – especially the pencils. thanks for sharing!

  7. Preeti says:

    Such beautiful pencils !!!

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