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Where To Buy Stationery Products For The Hoarder In You

Pens, pencils, paints, notebooks, journals, tapes, and more—these are the addictions of a stationery hoarder! It’s impossible for the paper-addicted stationery lover to walk into a book or craft store, and not walk out with an impulse buy. Whether you’re a student buying stuff for school, or just looking for cute stuff for your desk, it’s great to know where to buy stationery products in Manila that are both beautiful yet functional.

Here are some of our top picks of stationery stores where you can spend your next paycheck on:

1The Craft Central

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The Craft Central does sell a lot of materials for artists, but it has also become a hub for artists to sell their work. You will find all sorts of uniquely-designed products, from notebooks to stickers to postcards, to posters and more! Best of all, you are supporting small businesses and local artists with each purchase. Stock up on planner essentials like stamps and stickers, and even get yourself a nifty new bag to put it all in!

The Craft Central
3F Greenbelt 5, Makati City
Website, Facebook

2The Paper Stone

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Where to buy stationery products if you are a notebook and journal hoarder? You will fall in love with The Paper Stone. This is the place to get quirky and motivational notebooks for class! You will also find binders, stickers, and pens here. The Paper Stone has special discounts when you buy items in bulk, which is perfect if you want to make the most of your money!

Philihappy Pro Tip: Do you feel like you need to show you’re a princess but in a subtle way? Stock up on crown pens that are fit for royalty!

The Paper Stone
5/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City, with branches in Quezon City and Makati City.
Website, Facebook

3Common Room PH

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Upon entering Common Room PH, you probably wouldn’t know where to start looking because of the sheer amount of stuff for sale! You’ll find almost anything you need, like dreamcatchers, bags, notebooks, frames, pens, posters, pillows, gift wrapper, and more! Common Room regularly holds workshops for crafters, in case you want to learn a new skill or two when you’re done perusing the shelves. This is where to buy stationery products that are handmade and local.

Common Room PH
325 Dela Rosa Street, Loyola Heights 3, Quezon City.
Facebook 

4Hey Kessy

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Hey Kessy is one of the first stores to be a hub for kitschy art materials and stationery items. Washi Tape lovers will fall in love with Hey Kessy’s extensive collection of washi tape rolls, even featuring special designs from local artists. Take some time to look through the beautiful stuff made by local artists. You might even be tempted to buy some non-essentials like watercolor prints and comics. But hey, if they make you happy—go ahead and hoard!

Hey Kessy
Urban Turf, 2/F UP Town Center, Quezon City.
Website, Facebook 

5National Book Store

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It isn’t called the country’s national bookstore for nothing! National Book Store has gotten so much better at stocking an array of stationery items to fit every budget and taste. You’ll find everything here, whether you prefer minimalist supplies, or if you like bling on your stuff. National Book Store also imports foreign brands like ban.do and Kate Spade, and has collaborations with designers like Chuvaness and Rajo Laurel. There’s always something new to discover, whether it’s stationery, books, office supplies, or gift items. I’m sure you’ll agree that it’s impossible to “just browse” when you visit any of their branches!

National Book Store
Branches nationwide
Website, Facebook

6Artbox

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Artbox is a Korean brand that specializes in all things cute! Whether you are looking for a quirky pencil case, a bunny beach towel, or super cute paper products galore, this is the place to be. We especially love their post-it note sets, cat calculators, and skeleton pens! Believe it when we say this is a mini-wasteland; you won’t know where to begin and what to take home!

Philihappy Pro Tip: Want to avoid the mall rush? Order online from their website!

Artbox
Glorietta 4, Courtyard Dr, Ayala Center, Makati, 1226 Metro Manila
Website, Facebook

7Typo

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If you have a decidedly millennial aesthetic, this is where to buy stationery products and more. You’ll fall in love with all the stuff at Typo! Trendy journals and planners are on display. If you love mermaid stuff, pugs, millennial pink, and other cornerstones of this generation’s design aesthetic, Typo has it all. You can stock up on notebooks, planners, pens, laptop sleeves, bags, and pencil cases here. You can also buy a couple of mugs, tumblers, or knickknacks for your desk. Take your time to run your fingers over the sequined mermaid pillows and bags! We love the cute lanterns, as well as their many posters—they would look so good on your wall!

Typo
2nd Level Greenbelt 5, Legazpi St., Ayala Center, Makati, with branches in Taguig, Makati, and Quezon City
Website, Facebook

Going into any of these stationery wastelands can be so overwhelming! Sometimes all you want to do is ooh and ahh over all the cool stuff, whether you need them or not. Still, knowing where to buy stationery products in Manila is pretty useful when you do need to stock up on supplies, buy gifts, or just need a simple pick-me-up at the end of a long week.

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