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From homeware to stationary, Gabby’s latest Primark adventure.

Gabriella Lindley, more commonly known to us youtube fans as Velvet Gh0st, recently released her latest collection with Primark.

Following on from her successful homeware range last year, the popular UK vlogger has now created a stationary collection and it is simply amazzzzinnngg!


Blueprint collections designed and developed the range, along with Primarks buying team and of course Gabby herself.

If your’e super girly, super organised and love everything to match, then this pastel coloured collection is definitely for you.

Here at Vlogger Gossip we managed to get our hands on some of the pieces and we wanted to share them with you.






Above we can see the line includes a stationary accessory set, an A4 and A5 notebook, a pencil case, a sticky notes set and a set of pencils.

In the accessory set we have been spoilt with those little extra pieces that are sometimes so important. My personal favourite is the ‘list goals’ pad, because who doesn’t make a list at least once or week or in my case a day?


All of the pieces merge together by the array of pink and purple pastels with a hint of white and of course the added detail of spots, stripes and geometric design.

Gabriellas name is printed amongst the collection along with the words ‘Love’ and ‘XOXO’.

Words that are used a lot in a girly-girls vocabulary.


The collection starts at £1.99, a price that every girl can afford, even those on a budget (cough), students.

Although it’s a very feminine collection and has everything anyone needs to stay organised, I wouldn’t say it’s the most grown-up stationary set I’ve came across.

But then again for Gabby’s audience it hits the nail on the head and screams teen.

We’re so happy for Gabby with her latest adventure and we’ve also heard that further developments are expected in the homeware area.

Are you a fan of Velvet Ghost? What do you think of her latest stationary collection?

Tweet us @VloggerGossip and let us know.



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