Things 2 Do in London: Scribller Cards & More

By | November 8, 2012

I’ve always had a thing for greeting cards and stationary stores. One of my sheer joys when going abroad is spending an hour or so in stationary stores, looking at different quirky greeting cards and gift wrapping supplies. I always stock up when I’m abroad and this time I’m posting about Scribller.

Its a very fun place to be with plenty of quirky things to get for yourself, for the office, or to give to friends.

 My favorite part of the store is the retro coasters display. So funny!

It took me forever but I’ve finally chosen these two coasters for my office!

You can also personalise your own greeting cards online on Scribbler’s website and have the cards delivered anywhere even to Kuwait. Meanwhile I left with a few cards and my coasters to bring back home and use whenever an occasion rises :)

For more information about Scribbler you can check their online website (link), like their facebook page (link), or follow them on Twitter (@ScribblerCards).


3 Comments

Eiman on November 15, 2012 at 12:34.

Hi.. I just discovered your blog and instantly fell in love!!
If you like these things then Brighton is your place.. Next time you visit the UK we should meet and I’ll show you around.. I am a Saudi female student/artist/photographer/shopaholic so you can imagine what can result from such combination :P

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danderma on November 18, 2012 at 12:01.

Hi Eiman! Thank you and welcome to my blog!
As for Brighton I’ve lived the best days in my childhood summers there but I haven’t been since 1994 if I’m not mistaken. I do tell myself that the next time in the UK I’d go to Brighton but everytime I don’t :( Maybe next time insha2 Allah :)

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Eiman on November 29, 2012 at 23:01.

In sha’allah.. :)

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