It’s been really a very long time since I last published post here because I am having a big project on hands right now. So I found it a bit difficult to keep one post per week but I hope things will go back on track once my project became more stable and steady. Although I am busy, it does not mean that I did not do any shopping (i.e. internet shopping)! So this post is going to be my little haul of what I recently purchased from Korea – stationery, homeware, magazine etc. Without further ado, click below to read on!!!
LIVEWORK is a stationery / lifestyle brand originated from Korea and is famous for its simplicity and pastel-coloured tone. I got this Rainbow Diary in rose colour (with dates in 2016) and am planning to use it as a work planner. Since I purchased in late March, they had a 50%OFF discount. This planner is considerably smaller so more handy than my Kikki-k (in medium size) and I will be very likely using it for work while using the Kikki-K one for personal matters. Like most of the planners, Rainbow Diary consists of monthly spreads, weekly ones and some blank note pages at the very end.
Dalbut is a fairly new brand which was established in 2016. It does not have many products at the moment, but it claims everything of this brand were handmade (love it!). I got a tote (eco) bag, and two iron-on badges (in a shape of pretzel and cupcake!) and they sent me a strawberry pin as free gift!! How lovely are they! They also make pouches, tea towels, and paper cards. Check them out if you like minimal and simple design.
You should be very familiar with this brand if you are a fan of Korean stationery brands. Dailylike launched a wide range of products including patterned fabric, stickers (masking tapes), homeware, fabric etc. It is also a brand that focuses on simplicity and minimal design (which is definitely my current addiction). I bought two sets of bath towels and they look absolutely lovely. Also got a pair of slippers for myself and another pair for my hubby (which shown in the first pic of this post) and a tumbler (forgot to take a photo before unwrapping and using it… sorry)
Last but not least is this little recipe magazine (monthly issue). Time to pick up my Korean reading skills (which I left it all behind since I moved back to Hong Kong) and also some menu development again!! 음… 뭘 만들어 먹으면 좋을까??
#staytuned for more big news and update from Sweet Petite K 🙂