Stationery Addiction Level 2

I’ve been spending. I hold my hands up and admit it. Now before you tell me off, just hear me out…
I recently popped into Sainsbury’s in Canley, Coventry and walked straight passed the first few aisles. I noticed a woman was getting very excited and shouted to another, “I don’t know how many to get at that price!?” This was enough to grab my attention. I traced a few steps back to see what all the fuss was about and I noticed she’d spotted a Sale section at the end of the stationery aisle. Nestled amongst the items priced to £2 and above, there was a box of Pukka Pad bundle packs. Each pack contain an A4 refill pad and 2 A5 spiral bound notebooks. Can you guess how much they were? 50p!! Bargain! Pukka Pads are normally really expensive and the quality of the paper is very good, so these packs were ridiculously cheap! I could see why the lady was unsure of how many to get. I picked up two packs along with some cheap markers and highlighters and then began walking towards the back of the store.

I paused midway and wondered whether it was worth seeing if there were any more stationery sales items within the stationery aisle. So I walked back down the store, and found a treasure trove of all this cheap and wonderful stuff! There was so much to choose from, that I had a hard time deciding what to get.

I picked up all of this for around £10 or something!? That’s a file organiser, 3 storage boxes, 2 Pukka Pad Bundle Packs, an A5 Journal, 5 twin packs of A5 Pukka Pad notebooks, 2 packets of 3 A6 Journals in a safari colour theme, a packet of 3 A6 Journals in a pastel colour theme, a box of note cards, some highlighters and permanent markers. Amazing!

Have you noticed that the pastel themed journals and note cards match my prize from @dominiquepepper!

Just before I had bought a massive haul of Sale goodies from Sainsburys, I also got all this from Tiger aka Flying Tiger 😀


Flying Tiger Haul!

I love a successful haul.



  1. Reply


    24 October 2016

    Dope stuff you got there ?

    • Reply

      Pots of Tea

      24 October 2016

      Thanks Cezane!


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