Writing with style | Happy mail club

So who are they and how can you grab one for yourself? Happy mail club are a new stationary subscription box full of goodness launching on the first of July. With every month comes a different theme of the most beautiful stationary goodies! These stationary goodies are switched up each month and range from greetings cards founded by talented indie designers, luxurious gift wraps and little bits and bob such as pencils and tape. These boxes are brought to you by the creator that is Amber the owner of Willow and co, based in the Cotswold's.These boxes full of creative goodness can be bought in the way of three different packages, a general one off box or the following three..  a 3, 6 or 12 month advance subscription and can be found on their website HERE. The July box comes in at £12 plus postage.
I think the concept of having a subscription box in general is a pretty exciting prospect, a little box of joy popping through your letterbox each and every month starting it on a good note. But if you are a great lover of stationary and and opening up packages like an over excited puppy then this really is the box for you! Within this First July box I opened it to find a beautiful little design with the words 'no rain, no flowers' which actually happens to be one of my most favourite quotes when Perhaps I'm not feeling too well or I'm just having a rough day. I also received two greetings cards one was a simple happy birthday card with a floral design on which was greatly left blank in the middle because there is nothing worse than a birthday card that you really love but is filled with some cheesy words on the inside! 

The second was a crazy plant lady card which although I don't actually own too many plants that are real I really am obsessed with nature and beautiful hanging plants, ah if only my student bank account could support this unhealthy obsession. There was also a lovely little touch that was a little rose lemonade tea bag, although this box is based around stationary I really do love the fact that there's a little added extra element in it, because who can work without tea? When you're having a busy day, or just a productive one in general you need a good few hot beverages to get you through those days. Plus can we talk about that packaging please? Pink, classy and simple. Everything I love in a little packaging design. Along with all of these little treats there was also a little polka dot pencil, a beautiful sheet of wrapping paper covered in pastel pink and blue flowers along with the cutest little role of tape in a shade of vibrant orange.

All in all this little stationary box is something I'd happily invest in for the further months, with a new monthly theme and a range of items from beautifully talented designers you couldn't really ask for more from a little box posted though your letterbox at the start of each month. *thank you to happy mail club for gifting this box to me, although it has been gifted all views are always honest and of my own without any influence from the company themselves*

1 comment

srnadabik said...

Ohhh I love this so much! Stationary has always been one of my favorite things to buy so this is perfect :)