Some Overseas Shopping (from home)

I have been wanting to add something new to my journals and collage work for quite awhile now. Luckily, I found just what I had been looking for on Instagram via #travelersnotebook! Most of the people I have started following are from Malaysia, and boy are they talented! Swoon!

Many of them are generous with information about where they get their supplies, Malaysia of course. Does that stop me? Ha!

Off I go…


The best washi ever!

So, I purchased from 2 shops, Tabiyo Shop and Pipit Zakka Store, and I’m not sure which item is from which store at this point, because I couldn’t wait to get them unwrapped, put away, and played with!


Very large binder clips! They come in gold too.


Assorted stickers. I haven’t used these much, but that’s okay, I’d like them to last a while.


These stickers are awesome! Again, I’m being very conservative in using them. It’s not that they are super expensive, I just want them to last. It takes a while to receive items from Malaysia.


Various ephemera pieces. The labels at top right were a gift. 🙂


This is an interesting stamp. I wasn’t sure what to do with it so I did this…


…I stamped onto a piece of a sticker paper. I’ll have to see how this works out. Something new…breathe!


This is something I ordered from Amazon. It came all the way from Japan, it took about a month, but I love it! If you search alphabet stamps, it will come up, I don’t remember the name of the company.

So there you have it! Another spending spree, but an international one, which makes it cool, right?

I hope you will visit these shops, the prices are well worth it, you just need patience for the delivery time.

Thanks once again for stopping in,

Have a great day,


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