Stationery Shops in Singapore

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I adore stationery. Buy me a cute notebook or a set of markers, and watch as I fuss over all the colours and patterns. While I’m nowhere near the artistic sort, this obsession has led to a growing collection of writing supplies that I can break out whenever that bullet journalling inspo hits.

Whether you’re a journal junkie or not, pretty stationery is always a welcome sight. To get your own beautiful writing tools, hit up any of these 7 stationery shops and you’re on your way to owning an enviable collection yourself.

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1. Overjoyed

stationery shops singapore overjoyedLoads of coloured pens for drawing
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The vast array of art supplies is what makes a shop like Overjoyed a one-stop spot for the artsy kids. But apart from that, you can also find a variety of notebooks that would satisfy even the most finicky journal junkie. 

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They have wide selections of the sleek Rhodia and Clairefontaine notebooks, as well as the colourful printed notebooks from Paperblanks. You can easily add to the aesthetic of your choice with the extensive range of markers and fountain pens you can find in the store.

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Things to purchase: 

  • Markers (from $1.60)
  • Notebooks (from $2)
  • Fountain pens (from $2.78)

Address: The Cathay, 2 Handy Road B1-11 Singapore 229233
Opening hours: 10AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 6466 4366

2. UrbanWrite

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UrbanWrite may be a subset of Popular bookstore, but you won’t find assessment books or plain office stationery within its premises. Instead, it carries goods that scrapbookers and journalers would willingly fork out money for, which includes items like cute stickers, scrapbooking paper, fountain pens, and leather notebooks.

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Things to purchase:

  • Scrapbooking paper
  • Notebooks 
  • Pens and markers 

Check out all UrbanWrite stores here.

3. Krafers’ Paradise

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With its extensive supply of art materials, Krafers’ Paradise is the go-to for all artists. However, it’s also an option for those of you looking for craft and journal supplies – they’re stocked with the highly-rated Marvy Uchida writing tools (from $1.50) that are typically used for handlettering, as well as acrylic markers (from $9.90) and PVA glue bottles (from $1.70)

stationery shops singapore marvy uchidaMarvy Uchida Decocolour Acrylic Markers
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Things to purchase: 

  • Markers (from $2)
  • Paper (from $2.50)
  • Pens (from $.1.50)

Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #04-19/20/21, Singapore 208539
Opening hours: 11AM-9.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6884 9986

4. Klosh

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We’ve seen numerous scrapbooks and albums splashed all over our Instagram feeds in pretty flatlays. If that has inspired you to give scrapbooking a go, Klosh comes ready with scrapbooking materials and kits to help you start off on the right foot. 

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You can kickstart your new hobby with one of their chic-looking scrapbook album (from $12.90) and decorate them with any of their funky washi tapes (from $4.90).

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You can also get ready for the incoming year with any of their planners (from $13.90).

Things to purchase:

  • Scrapbook kits (from $12.90)
  • Washi tapes (from $4.90)
  • Planners (from $13.90)

View the full list of outlets here.


5. Tokyu Hands

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Tokyu Hands is famous for its Japanese home products, and is also a huge hit amongst stationery enthusiasts. Walk into any of their outlets, and you’ll immediately be struck by the sheer number of rainbow-coloured pens and notebooks lining every shelf. 

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Looking for a simple pen for daily use? They’ve got that. They also have thick felt markers and brush pens used in calligraphy, so whatever your writing needs are, you’ll be able to fulfill them here.

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Other than the crazy amount of stationery, they also feature a variety of cutesy B-SIDE LABEL stickers, with designs including Shiba Inus, penguins, and food which you can use to add a touch of kawaii to your journal cover.

Things to purchase: 

  • Markers (from $1.50)
  • Stickers (from $2)
  • Pens (from $1.50)

Check out all their outlets here.

6. Cityluxe

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Journalling can get intimate, and nothing screams personal more than a notebook with a personalised embossing on the cover. And at CityLuxe, you can get your name or your phrase of choice engraved onto the cover of your notebook for just $15

stationery shops singapore mu craftMu Craft Print-On Stickers ($2.90)
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Other than that, they also have stationery and embellishments to spruce up your journal entries. Of note are their floral-themed Mu Craft Print-On Stickers ($2.90), and the sheer variety of writing instruments that range from gel pens ($5.40 for a set of 3) to brush pens (from $2.05).

stationery shops singapore cityluxePentel Touch Brush Sign Pen ($2.05)
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Things to purchase:

  • Stickers (from $1.50)
  • Sticky memo (from $3.20)
  • Washi tape (from $1.60)

Address: 12 Little Road, #05-02 Singapore 536986
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10AM-7PM
Telephone: 8218 3768

7. Paper Market

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For scrapbookers and crafters, walking into places like Paper Market is a dream come true. Their most popular items include their affordable craft paper (from $1.90 per 12×12 inch pc), but they’re also stocked with embellishments such as washi tape, stickers, and stamps. 

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The store also organises frequent craft workshops that teach you how to craft everything from albums to pop-up frames. Check out their full range of workshops here.

Things to purchase:

  • Craft paper (from $1.90)
  • Washi tape (from $4.45)
  • Stickers (from $1.95)

Raffles City outlet
Address: 252 North Bridge Road, Raffles City Shopping Centre B1-27
Opening hours: Sun-Wed 11AM-10PM, Thu-Sat 10AM-10PM
Telephone: 6333 9007

BONUS: Daiso

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Yes, we know. It’s technically not a stationery store, but you can’t deny that Daiso’s our shop-of-choice for cheap, cute stationery. With everything going at just $2, we can easily stock up on notebooks, markers, and ribbons without coughing up too much cash.

Things to purchase: 

  • Notebooks
  • Ribbons
  • Markers
  • Washi tape

Check out all the Daiso stores here.

Journal supplies in Singapore

Collecting stationery and personalising your journal is a great way to get those creative juices flowing. Whether you’re new to scrapbooking or not, these stationery shops are a good starting point to add to your existing stash – and it’s also one step closer to owning your very own Pinterest-worthy collection.

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