STICKII Club is a monthly sticker subscription. This subscription is $10 dollars a month, and you get an envelope full of sticker sheets, sticker flakes, and sometimes an extra stationary item, like washi tape samples or custom-shaped paperclips. Shipping is $1 to the US, $1.75 to Canada, and $2.50 international.
Each month we carefully curate a themed pack of stickers for the specific style you’ve chosen. Each pack contains 1 STICKII Storage insert, 2 theme stickers, 5-7 sticker sheets, with 10-50 individual die-cut sticker flakes, and extra stationery items (like sticky notes or unique paperclips).
There are 3 choices for this subscription – Cute (kawaii, warm, pastel); Retro (vintage, earthy, nostalgic); or Pop (bright, trendy, cool). You can even change your order every month if you like, as long as you do it by the cutoff date.
This is a review of the Retro Pack!
My items arrived in an envelope and everything was tucked into this vinyl holder.
I received a card with info on STICKII Club’s Advent Calendars. Each one includes 25 never-before-seen sheets of STICKII stickers!
I received a Vinyl Holder with everything tucked neatly inside. I also received a special sticker that I placed in the bottom corner of the holder so I can quickly find the stickers I am looking for in the future.
I also discovered a paperclip shaped like a beaker.
I received a pack of STICKII Notes that go along with the theme.
There were a lot of pages on here!
I found two stickers that were bigger than the usual ones I receive, about 3″ square. Check out those gold metallic details!
There were 18 Sticker Flakes, which are just loose stickers as opposed to being on a sheet. These are bigger than flakes I’ve received in the past and easier to peel than the little delicate stickers.
I’m not really sure what the proper names are of these sticker sheets, so I try to come up with my own. I’m calling this sheet Plant Specimens and they look like something out of a botanical book.
Plant Potions look like they are infusing the water with their beneficial properties.
Microscopic looks like details you might see through a microscope.
Formulas and Equations looks like something from an algebra book.
She Blinded Me With Science is the obvious name because look, the dude had to cover his eyes!
Beakers and ‘scopes has all kinds of items you might find in a laboratory.
As always, STICKII keeps it interesting and surprising with the funky stickers they sent in my October Retro collection! I have fun coming up with names for the sticker sheets and plan to be more creative in the future. I split the stickers up with my daughter and we put them on water bottles, calendars, planners, and all kinds of places. A bullet journal would be a great place to use these unusual and striking choices. You can check out past kits and sheets and all kinds of goodies in the STICKII online shop.
Let us know what you think of this month’s STICKII pack!