Back to school

Anya Jensen4th August 2016

The kids are returning to school next week – and even though we have enjoyed a lovely long summer holiday, the kids are ready to go back, get a bit of structure into their lives again, hang out with their friends and get back to learning.

One of the things they always look forward to is getting their school bags and pencil-cases stocked so they are ready for set off. This year we have shopped soo much; and have soo many different options available – that if you need to shop for stationary – you have come to the right place! And quite frankly – you can never have enough pens, pencils, rulers, notebooks, notepads, erasers, clips – you know what I mean right!!

scissors & buffalo clip – hay / feather pen-plint / notebook, pinapple jar, ruler – søstrene grene, sunglasses – moss copenhagen

 pencil, hay / notebook – lagerhaus / folder & ruler, søstrene grene / yoyo & magnifying glass -thrifted

 pencil & scissors & notepad – hay / dice – part of a game / magnifying glass – thrifted

feather pen – plint / notebook & scissors-  hay /hourglass – søstrene grene

STYLING & PHOTOGRAPHY – Anya Jensen Photography ©

Comments (4)

  • Zarah

    8th August 2016 at 09:37

    These look so cool Anja – so many great things available for stationary lovers.
    Hope you have had a lovely summer,



    1. Anya J

      8th August 2016 at 16:28

      Dear Zarah, thank you – I really like these too.
      We had a great summer – hope you did as well.
      Best wishes,


  • petra

    7th August 2016 at 20:20

    beautiful collection. even though I have to disagree a little. you can have too much and all of us do have too much 😉

    (ps: how have you been? and back to school already? we have another three and a half weeks to go…)

    1. Anya J

      8th August 2016 at 16:30

      Hi Petra,
      You are absolutely right – I am actually an advocate for less is more.
      I am fine thanks – how about you? And Summer holidays start early in Denmark – end of June – and end early August – I actually wish they’d move it to later on, as the weather always warms up in late August/ early September.
      Take care A x

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