Ooooh, this was a particularly lovely box!
January’s box contained a lovely mixture of quirky, cool and pretty stationery, with a total value of over £18.
First up is a polaroid postcard featuring a distinctly whimsical balloon-powered flying house. It made us think of the film Up, and it’s pretty enough to frame if you can’t quite bear to send it off in the post… RRP £1.40
Next is a set of Vibe Squad puffy stickers which are cute, silly and maybe a tiny bit self-deprecating – look at that avocado! RRP £3.99
The Cat Naps card by U Studio passed our product “squee” test with flying colours – gorgeous colours, high end card, vintage furniture and cats! Blank inside, and again a candidate for either you or the recipient to frame. RRP £3.00
One of the most beautiful cards we’ve ever included, the pop up message in a bottle card features a couple and a bicycle on a bridge, in a scene which comes to life when you open it. It would make a most unusual wedding card and an absolutely gorgeous anniversary or “I love you” note. RRP £5.99
Last but very much not least is this rather lovely little pouch masquerading as a vintage postcard. It has a surprise in its lining, and we are using ours for paperclips, fountain pen cartridges and business cards on the go. What will yours hold? RRP £4.00
A little note
We proudly buy our stock from small and smallish suppliers in the UK and all over the world, often working with individual artists and tiny publishers to curate fabulous stationery subscription boxes each month, for your delight.
This means that although you will always receive excellent value, our boxes don't have the huge discounts which other subscription boxes, especially beauty boxes, sometimes offer - because we want to make sure we trade fairly and pay for all our contents.
Our packaging is recyclable as far as possible (occasional months will require a jiffy bag/bubblewrap due to contents and size, but 90% of our boxes are packed in uncoated, fully recyclable paper & card packaging which fits through your letterbox, rather than plastic-coated boxes.