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: Use coupon code HS1Free to get a FREE “whalecome” PostBox and save $5 off your first box when you sign up for a 3-month subscription!
What is this little card doing?
A handdrawn heart! How lovely!
The goodies are always nicely packaged with a ribbon that gives us an idea of the theme. This month was quite obvious!
February is about Chocolate! And Valentine’s day, but mostly chocolate.
The flip side tells us about a Month of Letters Challenge where you mail at least one item through the post every day. And you reply to everyone who writes to you!
As usual, we get a Postmark’d Studio postcard.
It is a very thick cardboard postcard.
Every month, we receive a Postmark’d Studio pencil. This month’s Artsydoodad is an Stablio 88 pen in chocolate brown. I like the fine point, I write really small so this one is perfect.
A staple in the PostBox: stamps! No more running to the post office to get stamps! I like that they always match the monthly theme!
Chocolate Tub by Mari Tanimura. Who doesn’t like chocolate? I have dreams of just relaxing in a bath of warm (not hot!) chocolate. It smells so good! The picture is a lovely watercolor painting on a texture cardboard.
It’s a cute postcard!
Chocolate Lab by Twin Ravens Press. Let someone’s heart melt like chocolate by sending a lovely cute puppy!
Golden Ticket by Inklings Paperie. What a nice way to personalize your card by writing a message or a redeemable ticket of your choice!
Just write your message in the white space, cover it with the scratchable golden sticker and send it with the penny.
All You Need is Love by Wild Ink Press. “All you need is Love…” Says the card…
“But a Little Chocolate Now and Then doesn’t hurt.” Gimme the caramel, cherry and raspberry chocolate flavored one and now we’re talking! This is the only card with a message inside it this month, and it’s totally fine by me!
Chocolate is a Salad by Skel Designs. Yesssss! What else can be said? Chocolate is healthy too, right? This is the perfect card to send to that person who always forgets to take some time for themselves and enjoy!
Sweet Bonus! I like getting bonus! Heart Magnet Set by Primitives by Kathy. A heavy duty metal board that you can hang and display hearts or any other fun magnets!
Sweet Sweet Bonus. It wouldn’t be a Chocolate Themed box if you don’t get chocolate! Postmard’d Studio delivered with lovely Dark Chocolate with Pink Himalayan Salt. It’s a nice smooth dark chocolate with a hint of salt. Love it!
For February, I was expecting a box full of hearts, pink and reds, so I was happy to get something slightly different, but still in the Valentine’s Day mood! My favorite is definitely the Chocolate Tub, because that’s what should look like my Valentine’s Day evening : a Chocolate Fondue (after the Cheese Fondue, because Cheese Fondue are great, and tasty, and rich, and fat, and delicious). All the cards are always fun, even when they are simple, and there’s a card for everyone on your list from the more conservative to the ones who enjoy a fun take on usual cards!
What did you think of February’s PostBox? Which card was your favorite?