Sugar Paper launched in 2003, and at its core, it's a high-end/luxe stationery brand in Los Angeles. I LOVE all things paper, and am constantly having to keep my cool and NOT spend a ton of dough on cute notepads, folders, planners, etc. because I easily could. I'm a sucker for cute, chic, practical office supplies.
So, this collaboration between Sugar Paper and Target is made in freakin' heaven for this girl because it's high end, luxe and CHEAP. And did I mention it is flippin' gorgeous and available online as well as most Target stores (although not at the Corpus Christi one yet...ggrrr).
This year's collab also features ribbons, gift boxes/wrap, and other holiday stuff that I don't recall seeing last year. With most items being $5-$10, you can pick a few faves and not break the bank.
Here are my must haves for the holiday season and 2016!
I bought the 8.5x11 and 6x9 gold polka dot planners last year, and I LOVE both, but I think the smaller size is just right to use as a blog planner. If you are a busy mom or have a lot of appointments to keep track of, go for the 8x10 size.
The wrapping paper, gift bags and gift boxes would make any gift recipient happy, plus they'll look fabulous under your Christmas tree. There are other color ways available, too: mint, coral and white all with gold foil accents.
To me, this set is a huge value for any DIY/crafty person. It has a built in dispenser feature, comes with three designs, and can be used for gift tags, place cards, straw flags, cupcake toppers and other misc. decor. What a bargain!
These also come in a black, gold and white color way that rivals that of Kate Spade's ornament line...but this is SO much cheaper, even if these are more petite in size. You could buy four boxes of these (16 ornaments) and it'd still be less than ONE Kate Spade ornament, which is currently running at $30 a piece. Insane. These are so cute and would look lovely as dining table decor or on a white tree.
In summary, head over to Target.com or your nearest Target store and snag these goodies before they sell out. With prices these low, I do think it'll be tough to get your hands on these items if you wait.
What's your fave seasonal line that is out in stores now?