Stationery. I’ve mentioned it plenty before now and I have actually told you many times how much I love stationery. My love of stationery goes as far back as I can remember. I actually remember how excited I used to get buying new stationery ready to go back to school every September, even if it was a new Geometry set.
The Helix Oxford set of Mathematical Instruments
The one thing I always had, every year, was The Helix Oxford set of Mathematical Instruments. They always came in a tin that could double up as a quick ‘go to’ pencil case. Well, they have just got better. Instead of the usual gold and silver tin and plain equipment, you can now get one in your favourite colour. The limited edition Helix Oxford set of Mathematical Instruments are available in purple, green, blue and pink. They add an awesome twist to a complete classic.
Helix Star Wars Stationery
For an extra special twist to the Oxford Geometry set, take a look at the celebratory Star Wars Maths Set. Created to celebrate 40 years of Star Wars it’s just one part of the Star Wars stationery from Helix. The whole range includes the Darth Vadar pencil case, Death Star sharpener, ruler and 12 eraser tipped pencils. It’s the same Helix quality with a unique new look perfect for the new school year.
Maped My First Colouring Kit
Preschoolers are the perfect candidate for the Maped My First Colouring Kit. It comes in a handy green carrycase and includes 12 chunky crayons, 10 chunky washable felt tip pens and a giant poster for your preschooler to colour in ready for their first day at nursery.
It seems to be all about the kids in August and September but what about Mum and Dad? Don’t they deserve a small treat too?
Gift Pup Personalised Notebooks
Well I have something that is perfect for the Back to School list executor. A notebook. It’s not just any notebook either, it’s a personalised notebook.
Direct from GiftPup, the personalised notebooks come in a variety of designs that guarantee you can find something for anyone. They are cute and perfect for making lists and jotting anything down. My only complaint – it’s too cute to mess up with my untidy scrawl.
Beth is a 30-something, self-employed Mum rediscovering her connection to British History and nature. Her loves include the discovery of knowledge, walking in the woods, and writing, among others. Beth is a Virtual Assistant at The Happy VA.