Teakberry Box April 2017 Subscription Box Review

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Teakberry Box is a new monthly box for people who have a serious addiction to scrapbook paper, washi tapes, glitter mixes, whimsical embellishments and lots of bright, cheery colors! You are going to LOVE these monthly subscription boxes for people who love scrapbooking, planners and stationery for good old fashion snail mail and pen pals! I’m a scrapbooker, planner addict and a card maker and sender so this is a perfect box for me.

Cyndi (the creater of Teakberry box) loves to create handmade items for people to use in their crafting. Most of the items are created by here with a couple add-in supply items that she includes and even with those she fancies them up some.

Everything in the April box.

The box included a nice note with the list of items and notes on why she included them.

I was having trouble getting pictures of the white notes but they are really cute and on a nice thick paper. The stamps used are very springy with bees, butterflies, and birds. There is also plenty of space to write a note. There were even gorgeous envelopes included to slip the notes inside.

I love little notebooks and so does Cyndi. She included a very springy looking little one all dressed up with a bucket and some flowers. I’m thinking this one will be great to jot notes in about the things I’ve planted around the yard. She also included springlike scrap papers. These can be cut down to use in a project or decorated as is to give to someone. I haven’t decided what I want to do with them yet but I’m loving the muted floral tones.

I’ve made these before and I still love them. They are stone magnets that she has adhered paper to the back of them so that it amplifies the image. I love these and they came in such a vibrant bag! I will be reusing this one for sure.

You can’t have a note box without including some writing utensils. This month some washi tape pencils and erasers are in here. For a washi tape pencil, you just peel back the tape and sharpen the pencil to do your writing. I LOVE washi tape and can never have to much of it so this will be a great way to use up some of my stash too. The erasers have cute sayings on belly bands wrapped around them. The gold is very  metallic and shimmery and kept reflecting my light so hard to take a picture but so fun to use.

The hand crafted butterfly clips and heart shadowbox stickers are gorgeous. The details don’t come through nearly as great in a picture as they do in person. I love adding depth to my scrapbooking pages and these hearts will give great dimension to my pages. My grabdmother loves butterflies and I’m always giving her little notebooks and cards so I’m planning to use the clips on some goodies going her way. She will love them just as much as I do.

I actually squealed a bit when I pulled this one out. This can be used to clip onto my planner or even onto my purse as a charm. I love adding charms to my purse and have a couple on their right now but this one will be great for spring into summer. Hmm, now that I say that I see where my boys get their love of adding clips to their backpacks. It’s basically the same thing and they do get their love honestly.

It wouldn’t be a box without a great little treat or tea. This month we got a Turtle Egg that my hubby ate right away. I also included the ribbons here that were wrapped around the goodies since I’m all about recycling and reusing what is in the package. I love these ribbons and am adding them to my ribbon stash for a future project.

The Teakberry Box is a stunning monthly box of note supplies and I am loving the first one. Being an avid paper crafter I love the exclusivity this box gives me being that the items are hand made. They are not items I’m going to see all over the place when I’m shopping for supplies and therefore they will make my pages very unique.  That is fantastic and I can’t wait to see what else she comes up with and creates for us to use.

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