2018 is quickly approaching, and New Year’s Resolutions are right around the corner. Whether it be a new semester or a new job you're looking to slay, it’s important to stay organized! If you need an agenda or even stickers, you don’t have to head to Target. There are a range of black stationery brands to purchase your planning goods from. Support black business and take a look at these black stationery brands.
Hard Cover Vision Planner, Palm Leaves (currently on sale for $10)
Bridgette Reed created this business with the goal of sharing empowerment and love through paper. The business is named after her daughter, Olivia Sophia. This year, Olivia Sophia Stationery was given a “Best of Weddings” award by The Knot. They have planners starting at $29.99 and notebooks starting at $6.50. If you’re planning a wedding in 2018 (and even if you’re not), Olivia Sophia Stationery has what you need!
Black Girl Magic Notebook, $18.50
Founder Kalyn Johnson Chandler named her stationery company after her grandmother, Effie Hayes. With the tagline “stationery & whatnot,” Effie’s Paper has everything from notebooks starting at $12 to makeup bags starting at $20.
Teacher Planner in “Teacher,” $46
The founders of Moe Melanin started their company in an effort to counteract negative stereotypes of black people in the media. Their goal is to provide images of black people that are unified, positive and empowering. With everything from planners starting at $46 to motivational pencil sets starting at $8, Moe Melanin has all your stationery needs for 2018.
Chewing Gum Notebook Mini, $9.50
Oh So Paper Co. started with the goal of putting “fun in FUNctional.” Danielle, the founder, is a U.S. Coast Guard Veteran. She started designing printables in 2014 for her blog and started Oh So Paper Co. that December. Oh So Paper Co. has everything from notebooks starting at $9.50 to stickers starting at $2.99.
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