I never knew I needed a stationery subscription box until now...
In the past I've received beauty boxes, nail polishes boxes, food boxes and even candle subscription boxes but never a stationery box so when YooHoo Mail got in touch and asked if I'd like to review the October box I couldn't reply quick enough.
The box and its contents are created by the super talented Gemma, who must absolutely have her work cut out designing all the fab pieces for each month's box. I was really impressed with the October box, which would cost me a one-off fee of £12, as it was absolutely jam-packed full of cards, postcards, prints, a weekly planner and a to-do list.
It never occured to me to have a stash of greetings cards tucked away for various occasions but I am going to be popping all the cards from this month's box into a safe place so I can whip them out when it's someone's birthday or special occasion - there's also cute little postcards as well if you fancy writing a quick 'hello' to someone. The idea is to bring back the handwritten note, which I absolutely love and agree with. When I was younger and the internet didn't exist (I KNOW!) I used to write so many letters so I'd love to get back into that.
The box also contains some cute, quirky prints and the YooHoo Mail website also sells a couple as well. I absolutely need to have the Bloggers gonna Blog print in my office!
When it comes to subscribing you can sign up for a one off box for £12 with a £2 P&P charge (the November box is up for subscribing too now!) or you can pay for a 3 month subscription for £36 with free P&P. I am definitely going to go for the November box as it's been an absolute pleasure opening this month's box and seeing all the beautiful pieces inside. It's a stationery lover's dream!
What do you think of the YooHoo Mail stationery subscription box? Let me know in the comments.
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