PostBox by Postmark’d Studio is a monthly paper & stationery subscription. Every box costs $25 a month plus shipping and contains a variety of handcrafted greeting cards, postcards, stamps, and other stationery items. There’s a new theme to look forward to every month, and they even send random gifts on some months, so you don’t want to miss a box! Also, you can save on longer subscription plans!
DEAL: Get 40% off or $10 off your first box when you sign up for a 3-month subscription. Use the code HS404ME.
We received the items in a brown envelope instead of the usual box.
There’s even a personalized envelope, making it feel like a friend sent this box!
Inside it is a card from Postmark’d Studio!
On the other side is a BEARy sweet handwritten message from the curator!
Aside from the gray tissue paper, the items are also sealed with a PostMark’d Studio sticker.
The information card lists all of the products in the box.
The back of the card includes information of one of the vendors from this month.
What a lovely bunch!
I love the wax seal that holds the twine together!
Every pack comes with a blank Postmark’d Studio postcard!
There’s ample space to write a message at the back.
We also got a cute bear-shaped brown paper clip!
There’s a card that shows which combo of stamps adds up to enough to send a standard letter (55¢).
I’m loving these vintage stamps! They’re going to give a save it forever vibe to my cards!
Everything in my box!
Artsy Doodad. First in my pack is this adorable sheet pad that comes with an attachable magnet.
It’s a 50 sheet pad, more leaves to make some notes and/or lists!
The magnet strip can be attached anywhere at the back carton of the pad.
I love the pun on this one! It’s beary cool! I also love the bear illustration at the lower right corner of the lined sheets.
There are 4 greeting cards this month and they all came with an envelope each.
Sunflower Bear Greeting Card. The first card features a bear harvesting some pretty sunflowers! It’s so cute, and I think this would make a great “just because” card.
Bear Shadow Puppet Greeting Card. The next bear card shows a hand forming a bear shadow puppet! It doesn’t require any occasion for me to send this card. I’m definitely sending it to a friend who loves shadow puppets.
Happy Birthday Greeting Card. Yay, a BEAR-thday card! The watercolor illustration on the cover is awesome, and a bit funny as the bear is trying to catch the cupcakes!
Thank You Greeting Card. The last one is a thank you card! The camping bear is adorable, and it looks like it’s painted using watercolor.
Smokey The Bear Postcard. There’s another postcard in this bunch, featuring a bear dad with his kids!
The back of the postcard provided more information about the artwork in front, and it’s entitled Smokey Bear – Reading Mail at Mailbox, which is a vintage poster. Of course, there’s a space for a short message and the recipient’s information and address.
Moonstruck Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Almond ($7.36) Aside from the fun and cool stationery items, bears do love chocolates too! I got a bar in the box, a dark chocolate variant with sea salt and almond! YUM!
It’s a delightful combination of sweet, salty, and bitter from the dark chocolate!
I can see the almond pieces on this bar! I am so excited to dig in!
Yes, I dare to share this goodness with everyone, I like them to taste the delicious dark chocolate too!
It snaps beautifully and just look at the generous amount of crushed almond pieces in the chocolate bar! It’s really a good snack or an after-dinner treat!
I am BEARy happy with this month’s theme! PostBox definitely nailed the bear theme with all the adorable bear illustrations and images on the note sheets and cards! I love the magnetic note sheet, it has enough space for my to-do and shopping list. I also love the vintage poster design on the postcard. And of course, I am really delighted with the chocolate bar! It’s so good! I really love the stationery items I am getting from this subscription, they’re all fun and worthy to share!
What did you think of this month’s PostBox? Which card was your favorite?