Postmark’d Studio PostBox July 2017 Review

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I was recently sent a PostBox, a card subscription from Postmark’d Studio. While I don’t use much stationary, I still appreciate cutesy writing items, and was very interested to see what this kind of box would entail.

Box: PostBox is a monthly card subscription service.

Price: $25/month + $5.95 s/h.

Contents: 4 greeting cards, 1 postcard, postage stamps, and 1 fun accessory such as a pen or pencil.

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The first card is a postcard.

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postmark'd studio post box

How cute is this whale theme? It also matches my background towel lol!

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This postcard is stunning. I also really like the pen included.

postmark'd studio post box

2 of the 4 greeting cards included – the first one is adorable!

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Have whales all of a sudden become my new favorite?! I’m amazed at how nice all of these greeting cards are.

postmark'd studio post box

Included in every box are some forever stamps, so you have everything you need to mail out correspondence asap! I love this simple inclusion.

Final Thoughts: For those of you that love stationary and sending cards in the mail, this is a beautiful subscription! The greeting cards were of very nice quality, design, and they varied to fit multiple occasions. I do like the whale theme a lot too – it was all crafted with so much thought and detail.

The cards were valued at $4-7 dollars each, so it just meets the value of the box. I’m looking forward to upcoming months of PostBox and seeing how they will incorporate the themes!

Check out Postmark’d Studio here!

Disclosure: I received this box in exchange for an honest review. All views in this post are the opinions of the author. Subscription Love will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but may accept a box at no cost in exchange for an honest review. This post may contain affiliate/referral links.
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