Postmark’d Studio PostBox Review November 2017 Review


PostBox is a NEW stationery subscription box by Postmark’d Studio. Each PostBox subscription comes with a monthly, limited-edition delivery of handcrafted artisan greeting cards and postcards created by artists around the globe. Each month, your PostBox card box is filled with four to five greeting cards, one postcard, postage, and a fun artsy doodad such as a pen, pencil, or knickknack gadget based on a theme. The value of the products in your subscription box will always be what you pay for each month, sometimes more. There may be a surprise bonus gift some months, so you don’t want to miss a box!

I love stationery! I’m the type of person that has to avoid stationery stores because if I go in all my money will disappear. I still send out snail mail and Christmas cards.  I feel like stationery is making a come back!

This month’s theme is Triple G – Gobble, Gobble, Gratitude!

The first card is called Happy Thanksgiving. A set of 5 postcards that are perfect to acknowledge and thank those who have had an impact on your life! There are amazing details on both sides of these beautifully illustrated and hand lettered postcards. Located in Bishop, GA, Natalie Kilgore is the artist behind NattyMichellePaperie. Natalie’s calling has always been art and she can’t imagine her life without it. She’s grateful to do what she loves! Go check out this card here.

The second card is called Grateful For Your Kindness. This gold foil card makes your note of gratitude just a bit more precious. Located in Dallas, TX, Jenna Bredehoeft has been making cards for people since she could clutch a crayon. Her designs are clean, fresh and timeless. Go check out this card here.

The third card is called Tom Turkey. This gold turkey is a splendid card to share your gratitude for the friendship of someone special. This card is created by Catherine Greenup Visual, located in Cambria, CA, who gold leafs each card by hand. The process begins when sizing media or glue is painted over the printed artwork and once dry, the composition gold leaf is applied. Go check out this card here.

The fourth card is called Acorn. Send this fabulous autumnal letter pressed acorn to someone special to thank them for being a part of your life. Located in Waupaca, WI, Inkadinkadoodle is the creation of Andrea Jensen. Andrea took the advice of a professor and began her design career in a print shop that she now owns. Go check out this card here.

The last card is called Turkey. Send an unexpected something to a special someone who makes your life magical, just like this card. This 2017 Louie Award winning card is sure to wow! Lovepop cards are designed in Boston, MA and made in Vietnam. The intricate 3D paper sculptures are designed by naval engineers Wombi Rose and John Wise on cutting-edge software and then hand-crafted in the Asian art form of slice form kirigami. Go check out this card here.

I also received 2 Gelly Roll Stardust pens and postage stamps in the box!

I’m really impressed with this box! The other boxes that I received the previous months were amazing and I love this one, too. There is a solid theme, high quality items, fun bonus details and it is packaged beautifully. I love the highlighting of smaller artisans and businesses as well as the inclusion of their own postcard to the mix. I am starting to see more and more stationery boxes come out and I’m a huge fan of this! What really sends this box over the top is the inclusion of stamps for your cards. I’m simply in love with Postmark’d! I really hope to see another box from them in the near future.

Go check out Postmark’d here and use coupon code SB1FREE to sign up for a 3 month subscription and get 1 month free! Promotion ends 12/31/17.

Thank you Postmark’d for sponsoring today’s post!

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