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!
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The items were wrapped in tissue paper.
It was sealed with a Postmark’d Studio sticker.
The info card has a letter from its curator, Amy Wiley.
The information card lists all of the products in the box. The theme for December is Oh Deer!
All the cards are neatly and securely packed, still maintaining a classy look.
Everything in my box! Oh deer, it’s all about reindeers! How Christmas-y!
I received a dark-blue, mini envelope card, with a classy reindeer print design in gold color, addressed to me! It immediately felt like a friend sent this to me!
Inside the envelope is a card from Postmark’d Studio!
On the other side is a sweet handwritten message from the curator! Anne, the owner, always sends a lovely note that follows the box theme.
Everything in the box was wrapped like a bundle with a teal blue translucent ribbon.
The monthly Postmark’d Studio Postcard is thicker than most postcards.
There’s ample space to write a message at the back, and there is a dedicated space for the receiver’s information and a stamp.
Reindeer Food Postcard. There’s another blank postcard with a jarful of reindeer food inside and a tag with all the contents like oats, carrots, parsley, and glitter! I love this hand-drawn art which makes it so vintage-inspired!
The back also has dedicated spaces for notes just like any other regular postcards as well as the receiver’s information, and a stamp. It is made of natural white recycled card paper that is why its color is a little off-white.
Reindeer Food. The reindeer food is packed in transparent plastic with all sorts of glitter. It can be sprinkled on the lawn for the reindeer to eat. The cute tag says it’s “not for human consumption.”
Vintage stamps. I love the interesting designs and the whole blast-from-the-past vibe of these vintage stamps. The accompanying card shows how to match them to achieve the proper postage!
The postage is so old-fashioned! I love the patriotic color scheme and still follow the reindeer theme for this month on a few pieces!
Reindeer Antlers. As we all know, antlers are the reindeer’s most memorable characteristic! This antler-themed card is really adorable and it even says “one to give and one to keep.” It’s a perfect way to let someone know how much you treasure them. It’s a great gift as well.
The back of the blank card has instructions!
The object attached to the front of this card is meant to be removed and kept forever. No pressure!
The gold envelope matches the gold antlers. It’s very glittery and appropriate for the season. This is handmade in Portland, Oregon.
The antlers can also serve as a nice decoration for a Christmas tree!
The back of the card has information about the card distributor, Bison Bookbinding.
Cary Lane: Reindeer Lights. The next card features a reindeer face with Christmas lights on its antlers. The lights serve as a necklace as well. It looks so cute!
Fawn’d of You Card by Alison Glass. This special doe card is printed in full color on high-quality matte cover.
Three adorable does make a really good front card design for this card. It even has a matching doe sticker to seal the envelope.
This card is from Appalachia Press and, just like the other cards, it comes with an envelope.
I Love Reindeer by Appalachia Press. Here’s a pretty tri-fold card made with white pearl paper! It showcases Rudolph’s red nose and a red heart!
When you open the card fully, it says “I ❤️ Reindeer… and all their Reindeer Games!” This is so fun!
Artsy Doodad. This letter paper and envelopes set by Midori is too pretty and adorable! The envelopes are somehow textured and feature a vintage paper as well. The print is a simple berry-like design in pale yellow.
It comes in a set of 4 cards and envelopes with each flat card. Each flat card has a matching cute doe sticker as envelope seal and lines for neat note writing.
I loved everything in this month’s PostBox! The reindeer theme is too cute and I’m pretty sure that anyone who’ll receive the card will be ecstatic! The stamps are always a favorite of mine. They make me nostalgic and I remember seeing similar ones way back and that always makes me happy. I just love all the fun and high-quality greeting cards with vintage postage that they’ve curated in this box. I’m looking forward to next month’s curation!
What did you think of this month’s PostBox? Which card was your favorite?