Sunday, 22 April 2018

Stationery Sunday/// Bullet Journal Set-Up for February 2018.


Hello! 

Today I want to share my February Bujo Set-Up. 
February being my birthday month I went all out in decorating my Bujo. 
I used this beautiful traveller's notebook that my sister got me in December in my birthstone colour- Amethyst/ Purple. 
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I love this traveller's notebook, it is so well-made and was a delight to use. I loved it so much I ended up using it for March as well. 



The traveller's notebook comes with front wrapping pocket which is super convenient in storing bits for your daily planning needs. I used it for storing these mini highlighters which might be the cutest things in the world and they are very useful and handy. 


Look at the gorgeous colours. 


I used these inserts from Kikkik which I love so much. 
They are cute of course but I love the size and paper quality as well. 


I used diecuts from The Planner Society Kit. 
And I went all out. 
I loved how adorable my cover turned out. 




My front page looking pretty as well. 



Now some pages. 








An extra insert for general list making and idea dumping. 

I really, really loved how my Bujo turned out in February. 
It was all things I love- pink, floral, whimsy and happy. 

BULLET JOURNAL SET-UP DETAILS/// 

Traveller's Notebook- Cristina's Leather (Facebook Shop
Inserts- Kikki K 
Highlighters and Pen- Wish App
Diecuts- The Planner Society 
Stickers- Ali Express + Planner Society 

Friday, 20 April 2018

Book Haul/// Books of April 2018.

Hello! 

Time for another book haul. 
I got four books in the beginning of the month. I can't wait to read these books come next month, since I am only reading Bengali books in April. 

Let's see the newest books I've added to my bookshelves. 




I knew I was going to have to get this book because we read the first book when it came out last year. 
A Very Pukka Murder was a great read and I was so happy to see the sequel come out. 


Doesn't this man look a lot like Amitabh Bachchan? 
Or Sonu Sood? 
The resemblance is uncanny. 
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I've heard good things about this book and I can't wait to read it.


To be honest, I am not the biggest Mohsin Hamid fan. I didn't LOVE the two books I've read by him in the past- The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Moth Smoke were good books but I just didn't like them as much as so many other people did. So when Exit West came out last year and garnered all of these rave reviews I didn't jump in and get the book. I just wasn't sure.
But I did want to read it and the premise sounds so good.
I am quite excited to give this a read.


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BOOKS BOUGHT///

Invisible Ties by Nadya A.R.
Death at the Durbar by Arjun Raj Gaind
Bijnis Woman by Tanuja Chandra
Exit West by Mohsin Hamid

I am so excited to read these books.
I don't see myself buying anymore books in April...I think. So these four books are it for my April book buying.

What books have you bought in April?

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Fashion Haul/// Fabric Jewellery from Art Soul.



Hello! 

Today I want to share some recent loves. 
I spotted Art Soul on Instagram and really loved their jewellery. Apart from being beautiful, these pieces are well priced as well. 
We got some fabric jewellery and two wallets as well (not photographed). 
I really loved everything I got and I cannot wait to wear these soon. 


I got matching earrings and necklace in this pink, beige and green block print. I love the colours on this set. 
The tassels are gorgeous too. 


We also 4 fabric covered bangles. 
I love fabric and cloth covered bangles and these four are the newest additions to my burgeoning collection. I love mixing fabric bangles with silver and wood bangles, I love the look of these mixed styles. 


I have been buying fabric and textile jewellery for years now. Soma used to always have textile jewellery and I had bought some very pretty baubles from Jugaad during Dastakar Mela. I so happy to see textile jewellery have a huge moment right now. Lots of brands are making jewellery with fabric and textile. Some of them make best out of waste, which is a wonderful thing be. 

:)