PostBox is a new paper and stationery subscription box by PostMark’d Studio. Every month, you’ll received a curated collection of beautiful paper and lifestyle products. PostBox will make it easier to deliver joy and love right to the mailbox! For $25 a month, you’ll receive curated themed cards, postage stamps and artsy doodads.
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Everything looks so cute right when I opened the box!
A carrot pen!
August’s theme was “Farmer’s Market.” The info card introduces us to all the artists and creators of the cards included in the box!
The flip side tells us how to use the vintage stamps included!
There’s enough stamps to mail 4 greeting cards and 1 postcard.
The first thing I’ve noticed are the writing tools. A simple PostMark’d Studio pencil and a cute carrot pen! There’s a magnet on the carrot, so you can keep it on your fridge. I really like it!
The first postcard is from PostMark’d Studio.
It is a very thick cardboard postcard.
Vintage Tomato and Carrot Seed Packet Postcards by Found Image Press.
They are very nice little postcard (they are slightly smaller than I’m used to), but they are lovely! I know a friend or two who loves gardening as much (or more) than I do and this will be perfect to send them a note.
Everyday I’m Brusselin’ by Meeschmosh. I love good puns, and the cards in this month’s box did not disappoint, like this one! I LOVE brussels sprouts, this card is so perfect!
I’m all Ears by Farmwood Press. I just can’t, this is way too cute! The paper is a very good quality, thick, with a nice texture to it. The design is pressed into the paper, creating a nice relief to it. I’ve looked at their other designs and they are lovely whimsical! I think they are my favorite this month, and I’m looking forward to use it!
A Bushel & a Peck and a Hug around the neck by One Canoe Two. An other cute blank card!
You are one in a Melon by Alexis Mattox Design. A flat watermelon card, the back is the same green colour as the envelop.
Last item is this Sunflower Seeds Packet.
That can be turned into a little postcard! Such a fun way to say Hi!
I was quite impressed with my first PostBox! I loved the theme, I loved the puns, and the quality was great! I really liked the addition of the carrot pen and the seed packet, it really held the theme together. Everything was so cute, fun, and full of happiness! I can’t stop smiling, and I hope people I’ll send the cards to will also enjoy it as much as I did!
What did you think of August’s PostBox