Friday, September 15, 2017

September PostBox by Postmark'd Studio Review and Coupon

This month, PostBox took on the back to school theme with a set of retro and classic stationery. Everything was expertly curated, as usual, and beautifully made!

*Disclaimer: This box was sent to See, Shop, Love! in exchange for an honest review.

PostBox is a stationery subscription from Postmark'd Studio that sends four handcrafted, artisanal cards, one postcard, stamps, and an "artsy doodad" each month. Boxes are $25 per month with $5.95 shipping for the monthly plan, or as follows (with shipping included):
  • Three months at $85.35 prepay
  • Six months at $163.20 prepay
  • 12 months at $240 prepay
There is also a reward for 12 month subscribers, you'll receive free shipping and a free 13th box. The 13th box ships upon payment of the 12 month subscription.

One of my favorite things about PostBox is the beautiful packaging. Everything is wrapped up like a little gift, which adds lovely special touch.

I really love the old school theme this month! I think PostBox contains the perfect assortment of cards and accessories. The curation also always stands out, as the back to school theme is clearly evident.

The "artsy doodad" for September is the checkerboard patterned pencil case and silver pencil. The pouch has lots of standard number two pencils and a Pink Pearl eraser in it as well.

The Library Cards by Frankie and Claude, located in Camas, Washington are so unique! They're a retro set that are perfect for note taking, list making, or whatever else you need. There's also a set of 10 envelopes lined with pages from recycled books.

  • Pink Pearl - This card is by Nicole Ray of Sloe Gin Fizz, located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The card features her trademark whimsical design and sense of humor.
  • Hello - This is by Warren Tales in San Diego, California. The card also has a detachable postcard, which is a modern way to create "chain mail!" PostBox also included an extra postcard stamp for this.
  • The Original Laptop - This nostalgic letterpress card is from a. favorite design in Chicago, Illinois. This is the postcard for the month and is great for sending a quick note to a friend.
  • Computer Calendar - This card has a mini calendar on it and is by Blackbird Letterpress in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with an illustration by Rebecca Kreisler. The design is so cute and is a great birthday card for January!
The info card also contains information about a program called Letters For the Elderly, which is a wonderful organization that was founded in December of 2013 by Jacob Cramer. They are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that collects handwritten cards and sends them to the elderly to let them know they're loved and appreciated. I think this is an amazing program and I'm definitely going to be using my PostBox cards this month to send to Letters for the Elderly!

  • Visit Postmark'd Studio to subscribe
    • Use coupon code SSLFreeship for free shipping and 10% off on a 3-month subscription (good through October 30, 2017)
  • Connect with them on Facebook and Instagram

Bottom Line: I love PostBox! All of the cards, postcards, and accessories are always amazing and high quality. The designs are fun and always fit wonderfully with the theme. This is one of the best stationery boxes out there!

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