Nicely Noted is a monthly greeting card subscription. With every mailing, you’ll receive a collection of handmade letterpress cards plus the stamps to send them. This is art to give away, not to keep! This subscription is absolutely perfect for anyone who wants to start (or continue) sending letters in the mail to family and friends.
Inside the envelope, I received three cards contained by a blue band.
DEAL: You can get 20% off from your first box by using the code NICE20.
There’s also a short note from Nicely Noted.
Turn over the note and you will find a list of this month’s cards, plus a brief description from the makers.
Each greeting card is individually packed with an envelope in a clear plastic wrapping and the stamps are in a small pouch.
Everything I received this month!
With every mailing, you will also receive 3 stamps that you can mix and match with the cards.
Lucky Horse Press Do It Up Birthday Letter Press Card ($5) Birthday cards are a great way to make someone feel special on their Big Day. This card by Lucky Horse is made extra sweet since it shows a nice display of sweets including a doughnut, a cupcake, and a cake slice! Yum!
It’s printed on recycled paper and it comes with a pink envelope.
Bench Pressed Hello Card ($5) This is a simple yet lovely card you can use to let someone know they’re remembered, whether they’re near or far. The yellow green script is quite easy on the eyes. It comes with a teal envelope too.
This card was made in Minnesota!
Printerette Press You Are So Kind Letter Press Card ($5.50) Showing gratitude should never go out of style, and this is exactly what this card is all about.
The jungle vibe makes it pleasing to the eyes and the palm prints are just lovely. The green envelope seals the deal.
This month’s cards are simple yet fun: a birthday card, a just because card, and a gratitude card. I love that they’re high-quality and all I have to do is to write a personal message inside, since the cards already come with envelopes and stamps. Even if you don’t send mail on a regular basis, it’s still nice having a stock of fun greeting cards just in case!
What do you think of this month’s cards?