Postmark’d Studio Review July 2018
PostBox is a card box from Postmark’d Studio. Each PostBox subscription comes with a monthly, limited-edition selection of beautiful handcrafted artisanal greeting cards and postcards crafted by artists around the globe. They kindly sent us this box for review.
PostBox by Postmark’d Studio is a really lovely subscription box for stationery enthusiasts. They put together an amazing selection of greeting cards and stationery goodies each month and they always come up with the best themes. You can tell that a lot of time and effort goes in to each box. It’s one of the reasons they are at the top of my list when it comes to greeting card subscriptions.
Here’s How It Works
- Subscribe to a PostBox for 1, 3, 6, or 12 months.
- Postmark’d Studio will turn every stone and pick the best of the best handcrafted artisanal paper and gift products to include in your monthly delivery.
- Postmark’d Studio packs and ships a surprise themed box to your door every month.
Here’s a peek at the items we received in the July Postmark’d Studio PostBox…..
The July PostBox by Postmark’d Studio has the cutest theme – I Scream, You Scream! It really is the best theme for a July box if you think about it. When I think about Summer I think days spent at the beach, family BBQ’s and a visit to the ice-cream truck or ice-cream shop. Let’s have a closer look…..
This delightfully illustrated card with its bold striped envelope liner will brighten a day! Take a moment and tell a friend how much they mean to you. It’s the cutest way to say thank you to a friend who has been there for you or helped you with something.
You’re My Flavorite
These sunny bright ice cream scoops will be sure to deliver a big smile! I can think of a number of different ways to use this card. Give it to a bestie, a sister, a parent……you name it.
Orange You the Coolest
Send this card to your coolest friend. Hey, it’s cool if you have to narrow it down to your coolest friend that loves an orange cream popsicle.
I will probably end up using this one as a birthday card for my nephew. It reminds me of him:)
Celebrate someone’s special day! The gift card sized envelope nestled into the card is perfect for stashing a gift card or a little ice cream money. Lift up the envelope and there is a little extra message beneath.
My nieces and nephews are at an age where gift cards are the best birthday gift options so this will definitely come in handy.
Life’s Sweeter With You
This card is the definition of happy mail! Popsicles and rainbows are sure to deliver joy to a dear friend’s mailbox. A perfect way to brighten someone’s day or get them through a rough patch.
Ice Cream Truck & Ice Cream Sandwich
Here we have two regular cards/prints. I’m kind of tempted to frame these just to add a bit of sweetness to my office. How amazing are the illustrations. I love the colors.
Ice Lolly Notes
How stinkin’ cute are these Lolly Notes! It looks like a popsicle but it’s a stack of sticky notes. I use sticky notes on a regular basis so these will definitely come in handy. Postmark’d Studio always finds the most unique little stationery goodies.
Lastly we have our set of stamps. Now you have no excuse. Grab your PostBox, head to the closest coffee shop and enjoy an afternoon of writing cards. Stop at the post office on your way home and use these adorable little stamps to mail your messages.
Postmark’d Studio Review July 2018 – Final Thoughts
The July Postmark’d Studio PostBox has got me in the Summer mood. And that’s not an easy task. Summer is my least favourite season but these adorable ice cream themed cards and goodies have put a smile on my face and have me excited to spend the rest of the month embracing the warm weather. This month’s box is perfect. It’s bright and fun and full of cute greeting cards. The best way to describe PostBox by Postmark’d Studio is a smile in a box!
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