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October 04, 2017

September 2017 Postmark'd Studio PostBox Review & Coupon



I think I have nearly ruined at least 3 outfits during this home renovation process. I'm not generally a messy painter but I've been so eager to finish this tedious process that I have been picking up a paintbrush any chance I get. Speedy as my work may be, a quick hand makes paint splatter. My hair, my pants, shirts and boots.... it's everywhere. And don't even get me started on all the mosquito bites I now display. And while my ankles are itching and my hands are covered in paint that won't wash off, it's time to get writing and share the September Postmark'd Studio PostBox with you all!


Postmark'd Studio, who kindly sent me this box for review, is a new monthly subscription service specializing in greeting cards. Subscribers will receive a limited-edition delivery of beautiful handcrafted artisanal greeting cards and postcards created by artists around the globe. The cost is $30.95 per month and your PostBox will be  filled with four greeting cards, one postcard, postage, and a fun artsy doodad such as a pen, pencil, or knick-knack gadget based on a theme.


I love the way they bundle the contents of the box together. I love the personal touches like that. 


For the month of September, the theme is Old School and the included card gives you all the information about the items featured in this month's box. 


The Pink Pearl card was designed by Nicole Ray of Sloe Gin Fizz. They are based out of Ann Arbor, MI and this card is described as a subtle yet stylish 'I'm Sorry' card.

The Original Laptop card is a very throwback letterpress card from Chicago based company a. Favorite Design.


The Hello card San Diego based company, Warren Tales. It quite unique as it is an 'interactive' card. The card itself includes a detachable postcard! It's a modern way to create chain mail! 

The Computer Calendar card comes from Baton Rouge based company Blackbird Letterpress, Its a mini calendar card with an illustration by Rebecca Kreisler and it's a great size to set up on someone's desk!


These Library Cards come from Camas, WA based company, Frankie & Claude. Not only are these adorable, they are great to jot down lists or notes to yourself. They are also cute cards to give someone so PostBox included a pack of 10 envelopes that are lined with pages from recycled books! Love it!


As usual, PostBox also contains the actual postage you need to mail out your cards or letters. I love this perk because I absolutely never have stamps when I need one and I live a long way from the nearest post office!


PostBox always contains writing utensils but this month they put a large number of pre-sharpened pencils (thank you for that!) and a large eraser in this cute, retro pencil case!


Another fabulous month of PostBox! I really do love this subscription and how it lets us get back s little of that personal connection that comes from handwritten letters and cards. I especially loved the theme and curation of this month's collection! If you're interested in checking PostBox out for yourself, you can use coupon code DDGFreeship and get free shipping and 10% off a 3-month subscription! 

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Disclosure: While this box was received complimentary in exchange for a review, it is unbiased and honest. All thoughts and opinions expressed are solely my own and should be viewed as such.