HEMA Stationery Haul

Stationery Addict

Stationery Addict

I went a little stationery mad whilst in Amsterdam. It’s all from a shop called HEMA, Over the course of the week I must have popped in about 4 times, I think it is safe to say I love this shop. It sells a little of everything from home-wear to food & everything in-between. It’s a Dutch shop but they’re now all over Europe and if I heard correctly they even have a few in the UKย as of this year.

So to ease myself back into blogging I thought I would show you what stationery delights I found in HEMA. They had a huge selection and let me tell you I could have purchased a whole lot more – but I didn’t have the baggage allowance to bring any more home with me.

HEMA Stickers

Cute Stationery

Who can resist a post it note? These came as a set of 3 for 1Euro. I will have them stuck all over my desk in a bid to stay organised. I also went a little crazy over the Sticker section & bought quite a few packets but these are for my niece who takes after her Auntie & loves stationery too. So I am sure she will have fun sticking these all over the house.


It said blogging on the front how could I resistย that? Well I didn’t! It has lovely hard cover & two note books inside one for your daily to do list & the other for blog ideas. Very floral & cute.

Stationery Haul


HEMA Amsterdam

PENS! I bought a couple sets of these as I love writing with colourful pens and these were too pretty to leave behind. I bought the fine nibs which I prefer and also the slightly thicker nibs too. I think I will give my niece the thicker ones for colouring in with.

HEMA Amsterdam

HEMA Stationery

A girl can never have too many notebooks & thats the truth. In fact I think it should be made Law. I bought so many notebooks from HEMA so I won’t be running out anytime soon. I bought few smaller ones that will be perfect for my handbag and a few A5 size for lists & notes. I fill up notebooks quickly because I’m always jotting down ideas & reminders.

I bought quite a few things & I can’t wait to use everything. The products I bought range in price from 75 cents to 3 Euros. So nothing was expensive. Its all great quality & very affordable which sums HEMA up, its a popular shop in the Netherlands and I can see why. If you get chance to visit HEMA either in the UK or Europe then I highly recommend it. Especially if you love Stationery.

If there any stationery addicts reading this, let me know where you shop for all things stationery.

12 thoughts on “HEMA Stationery Haul

  1. OMG….I want all of these glorious goodies!!! Please send me some in my Beauty Swap package…pretty please with a cherry on top ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. WOW! This is such a beautiful collection. I love the stickers, so adorable! I’ve never heard of this shop but am definitely going to use it for uni supplies. I’m usually a paperchase person but these bits look much much better! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Gem. x slightgem.com

  3. Oh my, is this how stationary heaven looks like? I definitely need to check out this store when I visit London ๐Ÿ˜€


  4. Oh my gosh!! I absolutely adore that last photo of the post it notes. I think they have something similar to this in Denmark where I’ll be heading next week. Looks like Hema is only in London at the moment, but I hope they expand!

    Laura x | Life and Lipstick

  5. These are lovely! I’ve heard great things about HEMA although not a store near me yet, but I might do an online order from them at some stage or visit the London/Surrey area! My sister loved Tiger when she’s been in Denmark and Sweden and she’s been to their shops in London since & they are rapidly growing all over the UK now although I’m yet to go to one!

    I love Paperchase’s stationery, TKmaxx can have some great finds sometimes, as well as Tesco, Wilkinsons, Staples and The Works! I am lover or stationery and crafting so I have a vast collection of patterned papers and other crafting supplies too!

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