Daisy Papers Review: Etsy
I've been on quite the Etsy kick recently and have been loving everything that I've purchased from small businesses on there. What I really love is that I can filter by "made in Canada" and find local small businesses to support. Today, I'll be reviewing one of the makers that I shopped from recently: Daisy Papers!
On Etsy, DaisyPapers describes themselves as a "Minimal & Functional Planner Sticker Shop." They have plenty of 5 star reviews and make everything in Vancouver, BC. They've only been on Etsy since 2021... but wow - they are so professional and the stickers they make are cute and functional!
I purchased 5 sheets of stickers from them (each sheet cost $3.93 cad):
TRANSPARENT Hexagon Date Dots - Light Tan *I specially requested for these to be printed on a matte opaque white (instead of transparent) sticker sheet
First off, I was buying these stickers because I wanted to transform my work whiteboard into a weekly calendar. I couldn't find any calendar magnets that would work for this purpose, so I thought I would just buy planner stickers and add magnetic backings myself. I wanted to be able to select the "keywords" that I needed (ex: meeting, call, etc.) and to not buy much excess.
I stumbled on DaisyPapers on Etsy and loved the minimal aesthetic and soothing colour palettes. I also loved that I could select the exact stickers I wanted and wasn't going to have a lot of leftover. The stickers are intended for calendars & bullet journals - so they are on the smaller side, but I think they work perfectly for my purposes too. I will say, the date dots are a little bit small (could be 2x or 3x the size for me) but if I was using it for their intended purpose (bullet journal), they would've been the perfect size.
Palette #1 is kind of a muted mauve-pink colour palette, compared to Palette #2 which is more of a pinky-brown colour palette.
The quality of these stickers are amazing! They're on super nice thick opaque paper and the shop owner was really kind to "customize" a request (by printing the date dots on opaque paper vs. transparent). I also think the price is really good for the quality, and the shipping was free! The package came wrapped really nicely, and you can tell the shop owner takes pride in their work. They also threw in a few sticker "sample" freebies, for me to try.
Overall, I'm super pleased with DaisyPapers. If you're looking for minimal, cute bullet journal stickers, I would definitely recommend!