Flair & Paper Subscription Box Review & Coupon & Unboxing | May 2018

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Flair & Paper is a monthly stationery subscription box. Each package comes with 4-5 cardz, 1-2 stationery items and the box has over $40 in retail value. Subscriptions are $19.99 monthly. Use code WELCOME to get 50% OFF your first box with a 3, 6 or 12 month subscription. This is their debut box and has been curated with just Flair & Paper products but future releases will contain additional independent designers and artisans. Not a Tree Reviews received this box at no cost for review purposes.

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Here’s the Box Breakdown
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Our first glimpse inside the Flair & Paper Box

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Everything that we received in our May Flair & Paper package. This box is full of wonderful goodies. A total of 5 cards and 3 stationery items are included.

 

So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert

The reverse details each of the items included in this box as well as their retail values.

 

Happy Mother’s Day Card

$4.50

Yes! We love the sass that this card implies. Give this to the strongest gal you know! Each card that’s included is blank inside so you can write your own message.

The cards and stationery items are made by Flair & Paper – their logo is on the back.

 

May Calender

BONUS

This floral May calendar reminds us that spring has sprung! Perfect for your desk-scape or cork board!

 

Hello Note Card

$4.50

This note card simply says, “hello”. What a great way to reach out to a friend or family member you’d like to catch up with! We love the colorful little arrow accents and how the envelope matches!

 

You Have Me Card

$4.50

Our personal favorite card that was included in this box! We are saving this to give to our husband as a faux Father’s Day Gift! We think this is hilarious and have to use it to prank him!

 

Mama Bear Card

$4.50

This Mama Bear Card has a cute little bear graphic on it and the splash of color makes it stand out like no other. The entire Flair & Paper package has a monochrome aesthetic with occasional pops of color that we really like. We’ll be saving these for next Mother’s Day!

 

Cheers Card

$4.50

Ring in a celebration with this festive “Cheers!” card. The gold is pretty and appropriate for a congratulatory card… and it comes in handy for the upcoming graduation season!

 

Hello Mini Clutch

$10.50

We thought at first this was a pencil case, but honestly you can do whatever you’d like with it! Made with a durable canvas material and beautifully decorated… say what you are thinking without saying anything!

 

To Do Notepads

$9.50

Our favorite item in this box is this, “To Do Today… or sometime in the near future” notepad. We use these sorts of notepads to make grocery store lists and for anything else you can imagine. We have also been known to use these to try to prioritize blog responsibilities as well! The saying is hilarious and pretty dang accurate in our case as well!

 

So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation and presentation. The Flair & Paper package is a perfect subscription for planner people and folks that just want to take a step back and enjoy the intimate exchange of traditional letters. The presentation is beautiful and everything arrives perfectly. The quality is fantastic. This subscription has the attention to detail that is only found in handmade items… and that we love. And curation is awesome. We love the variety and the aesthetic of this box and for the price it can’t be beat!

As far as box economy the Flair & Paper package costs $19.99 and for that we received $42.50 in products which is an awesome deal!

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