What You Could've Got

A peek into some of the stationery you missed out on!

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Spring '18 My Bungu Box X by Misato

On sale now. Photos coming soon! 

Erica Ward Art X My Bungu Box

Autumn/Winter '17 My Bungu Box X Erica Ward Art 

Delve into the world of Erica Ward's beautiful, surrealist ink and watercolours. This box included a a beautiful hand-drawn Christmas card by Erica and a set of colouring postcards. I also included some luxury gold foil washi tape and a few other bits and pieces to make your Xmas gift wrapping that extra bit special. Photos coming soon! 

Summer '17 My Bungu Box X Duncan Shotton Design Studio

I've been a huge fan of Duncan's quirky products for quite some time now and Im delighted to be able to showcase a couple of them in this Summer edition of the box. I've also hand-picked a bunch of other great stationery items to go with them, and it kind of falls on the theme of Duncan's passion for making things... get your hands on this special, limited edition box here!


My first ever collaboration with Japan-born, Kenya-based designer, Kangarui AKA Rui Yamashita. Rui creates beautiful, bright and bold African prints, mostly on textiles, and I am a huge fan. I was amazed and honoured that she collaborated with me on this. Kangarui products included a pencil case, postcards, and washi tape. I added some of my top picks as well including a simple but classic hand stithced classic notebook by LIFE Stationery. 

first box

The first ever box introduced our Bungu Buddies to the world of Japanese stationery with a hint of Christmas thrown in. Each contained Mount Fuji sticky notes, a Frixion erasable pen (the stationery lover's staple), planner markers, a mix of Mount Fuji and cherry blossom paperclips, and a lucky gold pencil — commonly given to school kids to wish them luck for their exams! Read more about the first box here!

In Japanese, 'Fukubukuro' means 'lucky' or 'mystery' bag.  After the first box sold out in December I received a lot of requests from customers who had missed out, so I created a one-off mystery box in January for New Year. Each box contained a random selection of products which included my favourite product — washi tape (masking tape).