20 Below: Penny Paper Co. Packaging

The Penny Paper Co. is a Toronto-based stationery supply company owned by Lindsay Stephenson (of Little House Blog and BlogPodium fame). I’ve had my eye on her custom stamps for a while but I have only recently noticed these sweet cream-coloured drawstring bags.

large cotton drawstring bag, $6.25

Use them plain for wrapping small gifts or personalize them, fill them, and use them as party favours. Time to get crafty!

20 Below: Easter at Artistry Cards

One of our favourite eco-friendly Canadian stationery companies, Artistry Cards, has recently released a couple of sweet cards for Easter.

Origami Rabbits Easter Card, $4, Artistry Cards

Easter Egg Card, $4, Artistry Cards

Easter cards, $4 each, Artistry Cards

Good news! Artistry Cards is offering White Cabana readers a 10% discount on purchases made before Easter (April 8th, 2012). Enter ARTIST (all caps) at checkout. Click here to start shopping.

Stationery: Smiggle

When I was little, I was hooked on Hello Kitty and Little Twin Stars. Then it changed to the colourful Lisa Frank line. What are kids’ top choices for stationery these days?

Well – according to my friend Suparna Grade 6 children in Singapore are smitten with the Smiggle collection of binders, notebooks, pens, and organizational products.

While many of the products from Smiggle, an Australian stationery company founded in 2003, come in blue, purple, pink, green, and black, I did find that there are a lot of white and silver versions too. Perfect for a child who has more of a minimalist tendency.

Clockwise: round tin stack, $8.95; DVD box, $7.95; water bottle, $12.95; USB bracelet, $9.95; zip it up lanyard, $2.95

Clockwise: notebook, $9.95; ruler, $2.95; notecard $3.95; stripe pencil, $0.95; glitter notebook, $14.95; maze pen, $1.95

flying pig money bank, $19.95; small trash bin $9.95

Images courtesy of Smiggle. All prices in Australian dollars (AUD).

Many thanks to Suparna for inspiring this post.

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