Busy Bee Stationery June 2019 Subscription Box Review

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Busy Bee Stationery is a monthly stationery subscription that will bring you items that inspire creativity and help you with everyday note-taking, planning, journaling, and letter writing. For $39.90 per month, you will receive 5 to 10 items built around a theme, season, or a specific project. Items can be things like pens, stickers, a notebook, washi tape, stamps, and more!

Everything came in retail plastic bags but we remove them for photography purposes.

Everything in the box!

EK Tools Safety Cutter ($5.99) Many paper and craft projects require the use of cutter, so it’s just fitting to include one in the box. It’s the more ergonomic version, designed to be safer than the usual ones that may cause you cuts on your skin.

This microscopic ceramic blade is lightweight and rust-resistant.

It also has a built-in magnet and a lanyard hole so you can easily store it or bring it with you.

Galaxy Marker ($2.09) We got a marker and it’s in purple! I love the color!

Perfect for both light and dark paper, this marker is opaque and quick drying. It’s also acid-free and non-toxic. The medium tip allows you to create precise lines with ease.

EK Tools Double Sided Calligraphy Pen ($3.65) Specially designed for calligraphy purposes, this pen features two tips with different sizes. One tip measures 3.55 millimeters, and the other end is 2.0 millimeters.

The body of the pen is smooth and easy to handle.

Both tips have blank ink. They’re opaque and they don’t bleed on paper either.

DIY Shop Tape. Printed tapes make great decorations for creative projects. We got one roll in the box.

One roll contains 10 feet or 3 meters of tape. That’s a lot!

The tape features golden stars in varying sizes! It’s so cute!

Project Life Inspire Stickers ($5.32) Yay for stickers! This pack features inspirational stickers. They make great decor for journals and planners.

The pack contains 45 stickers.

I love the designs! They all came in pastel colors, and there’s a nice combination of quote stickers plus floral ones.

They’re not usual flat stickers. They’re a bit elevated and it makes them stand out from the page.

Pebbles Labels Sticker Sheets ($6.93) There’s another sticker sheet and this time it’s for labeling.

There are six sheets in the pack and they all have the same design and the same color scheme.

Aside from journals and planners, you can use these for labeling containers at home and such. They’re so useful!

Heidi Swapp Flea Market Pouch Kit ($8.53) This pouch kit contains everything you need for making a memory binder!

I love the vintage vibes of the items!

The pouch says “make pretty stuff.” I can’t wait to do so!

The pouch has a white zipper and several holes at the bottom which match 5×7-inch memory binders.

Here’s what the pouch looks like when nothing is inside! It’s small but really cute.

You can use this paper as an insert for your memory binder, or cut it up to whatever shape you want.

This circular notepad is gridded. Each page has a white border as well.

This vellum envelope looks magnificent. I love the intricate details on it.

They look like buttons but they’re actually flair badge stickers.

One has the text “bliss” against a coral background, next to it features text similar to a newspaper print, the third one features a purple flower, and the last one has stripes.

These floral die cuts are my favorite from the kit. They’re so pretty and they look like watercolor paintings.

Lastly, to add some sparkle to your memory binder, here’s a roll of glitter tape!

I’m feeling crafty once again because of this month’s Busy Bee Stationery box! Their item choices are well-thought-out and high-quality, making sure that a crafter’s stash is always full. The variety is great as well. There are tapes and stickers, plus pens and a cutting tool. I appreciate everything and I’m pretty sure they’ll be put to good use because I have a bunch of projects in mind. If you love crafts like me, this is a fun subscription to try!

Have you tried Busy Bee Stationery? What did you think of this month’s box?

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