Make sure your notes hit the right notes with these Old School Record note cards from Berry Red.
Writing letters is a sadly outdated fashion and these writing cards are the ideal way to bring it back into our lives. The vintage patterns will brighten up both you day and the lucky person you've chosen to write a note card to. The mixed chic patterns create a vintage 1950s tea party look and if you're really keen on it there's a whole set of matching stationery on offer from John Lewis.
The set is only £6 from John Lewis so you've got no reason not to.
They're fun and quirky and so much better than receiving an email. Get creative with these note cards and use the opportunity to reminisce about arts and crafts during your school days. The pack includes; 20 note cards, 20 envelopes, ink pad, stickers and instructions.
Get your Blue Peter fix from the Tate modern, online or in the shop, for £9.50.
Having been threatened with extinction, it seems the popularity of the Polaroid camera and its instant snaps is actually growing. These Polaroid Note Cards are the result of one project that paid tribute to the art of Polaroid photography.
Resulting from the “For the Love of Light” project, the set has been put together by the photographer Jenifer Altman and contains 20 cards, each with a different Polaroid image. The images include flowers, a chair, cupcakes, a New York taxi all with that unmistakable white frame around the image and in the slightly washed out looking colours that the Polaroid produces that reminds me of childhood photographs.
The set is available to buy from Urban Outfitters for £9.99.