PostBox is a new paper and stationery subscription box by PostMark’d Studio. For $25 a month, you’ll receive curated themed cards, postage stamps and artsy doodads.
DEAL: Receive a special gift from Postmark’d Studio in the December PostBox, plus free shipping! Use coupon code HSFS. Valid to 1 month subscription only.
The goodies are always nicely packaged.
November is National Gratitude Month! Let us be grateful and say thanks to our friends and family by sending them cute snail mail! We also have information about all the cards we get to sent people!
The flip side explains this month’s challenge. I received my package in the middle of the month, but it doesn’t mean that I can’t do this challenge! Being thankful doesn’t stop once the American Thanksgiving is gone, or right on December 1st!
The first postcard is the usual PostMark’d Studio one, with two Gelly Roll Stardust Pens to add sparkles and glitter to our handwritting!
It is a very thick cardboard postcard.
Another thing you’ll get every month: the fun silver pencil from Postmark’d Studio as well as an assortment of stamps to make it easier to send your cards and postcards. No excuses, as these stamps are enough to send five postcards and five cards!
Happy Thanksgiving, set of 5 postcards by NattyMichellePaperie. I love birds, and this month is full of Turkeys! I love the color, it’s fitting for the season. And I had a hard time adjusting the light for these ones as the paper is so glossy! There is no worries that these guys would loose their colors in the mail!
Even the back is cute with the pumpkin patch!
Grateful for Your Kindness by Bred Butter Paper. A lovely timeless card, you can send it to anyone. The golden appliqué really shines and gives it a festive look without going overboard! The cardboard is quite thick and would fit any occasion you want to say thanks.
Tom Turkey by Catherine Greenup. This Turkey is THE thing! Look at the golden feathers, the size of this turkey is out of this world! I just love it! The blue card calls for light and bright ink!
Acorn by Inkadinkadoodle. I love of the acorn is the focus instead of being a prop in a design! I love acorns and I’ll use this one for a family member who’s birthday is at the end of November and he loves nature and the wood. I like the texture of this card: it’s rough and thick, probably due to the fact it’s made out of cotton.
Turkey by Lovepop. First of all, this design is lovely. It’s simple and classy.
The brown cardboard has been cutout in the form of a turkey. A second white cardboard has been glued on it and provides the contrasting color to the design.
Then, I noticed this letter from the Owners of Lovepop. I was intrigued. so I opened the card.
This lovely 3D turkey welcomed me! Also, look at all the space you still have to write a lovely note!
Look at the details! The brown maple leaves are also cutouts in the white cardboard, showing up the brown one underneath. I’m not sure I can send this card to someone. I want to keep it for myself!
This month’s was all about being thankful, but for me, it was all about Turkeys! I love my PostBox Subscription, every month they choose unique and lovely cards fitting a theme and a season, but everything can be used other times. It’s fun, it’s timeless, and I want to dig right away and start writing cards to everybody I know!
What did you think of November’s PostBox?