Trillia Planning Review June 2016
Trillia Planning Review June 2016 – Last month I got to review my very first package from Trillia Planning and I was very happy with it. I am always excited to discover new Canadian Subscription boxes, and I try to support them as much as I can. Running a subscription box is no easy task, by any means. So if you live in Canada, and find a box you like, make sure you support them…..we want these companies to stick around as long as possible.
If you aren’t familiar with Trillia Planning it is a subscription box service for the planning addict. Each month you will receive a parcel filled with a mix of personalized supplies, Canadian content and sought after items difficult to find in Canada.
The Box: Trillia Planning
Cost: $19 per month
What You Get: Each month you will receive a parcel filled with a mix of personalized supplies, canadian content and sought after items difficult to find in canada.
Ships to: Worldwide
Shipping Cost: FREE to Canada & $5 for International Orders
Trillia Planning ships in a brightly colored bubble mailer, which makes the unboxing process that much more fun. I don’t know what it is about bubble mailers, but I love them! She packages everything nicely and even included a personal note, which was a very nice touch. This month she is featuring Canadian Etsy Shop – Crabby Apple Designs.
Planner Band & Clip Set – Crabby Apple Designs
Washi Sample – Echo Park
Journaling Cards – Project Life
6×6 Paper – American Crafts
Checklist Stickers – Dalya’s Dainty Designs
Stickers – Me & My Big Ideas
Stickers – Simple Stories
Thoughts: There are a few items I didn’t list, but they are still shown in the photos. The only thing missing from my package (I think) was the Papermate Pen. I’m not sure if this is something she is going to include every month, but I sure hope she does, I think it completes the package. I Love that she featured 2 Etsy shops this month as it’s the perfect way to discover new sticker makers. Planning is very popular right now; more popular than many of us realize. I belong to a few different Planner Facebook groups and the one thing I hear members say most often is the fact that planner stickers can be overwhelming when you are just starting out. Lots of newbies don’t know how they want to decorate, what stickers they want to use, what shops they want to purchase from, etc. Therefore, I think Trillia Planning would be the perfect subscription for “planner newbies” as it would allow them to test out different stickers from new shops each month until they find their planning groove.
What do you think of Trillia Planning?