We love a bit of stationery here at She Might Be – you can definitely never have too many journals and notebooks – so we’re always on the look out for fab new pieces to add to our ever growing collections.
We were all very disappointed to read about the body shaming stationery brought out by Fox & Moon. There’s definitely no need for that, so we wanted to turn their negativity into something positive and celebrate some of the artists and brands putting out beautiful and uplifting stationery.
Let’s start with this unapologetic floral notebook by Riot Cakes – and definitely check out her other artwork, I’m particularly liking the Riots Not Diets sloth.
How could you not fall in love with this gorgeous plus size Yoga babe by Charlotte Thompson? Especially with her “Dream Big” message. You can also get colouring pages of these beautiful illustrations.
Always a firm favourite, this inspiring illustration by Joanna Thangiah promotes Loving Yourself, even when it’s hard to do.
I love all of Carol Rosetti’s wonderful character designs, and Marina is a definite favourite, with a wonderful message.
I love the simplicity of this illustration by Marie Boiseau, and would definitely be tempted to buy the matching stickers.
How cute is this character design by Abbi Laura? She is definitely Fat ‘n’ Fab!
There’s a variety of adorable chubby babes on these journals be Hana Chiel, so you’re sure to find one that appeals to you
Or if you like your stationery with more of an edge you cannot go wrong with this journal by Hayley Lyn.
I had to end this with a cheeky bit of self promotion, because who doesn’t love chubby, body positive cats?
I hope we’ve given you some great inspiration for your next stationary fix, do let us know which your favourites are and whether you’ve seen any other great designs we might have missed!
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