Postmark’d Studio Subscription Box Review + Coupon + Unboxing | June 2018


Postmark’d Studio is a monthly stationery subscription that sends curated, themed cards, postage as well as an artsy doodad each month. Subscriptions are $25 + $5  shipping each month. Not a Tree Reviews received this box at no cost for review purposes. From now until June 30th when you subscribe to a 3 month plan you’ll receive $5 OFF your first box + a FREE Farmer’s Market Box!

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Here’s the Box Breakdown
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Our first glimpse inside the Postmark’d Studio Subscription Box.

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Everything that we received in our June “Backyard BBQ” themed box. This is so much more than we expected and we LOVE it!


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert. This lists each of the “ingredients” in this month’s box.

The reverse tells us about Mr. Thank You whose mission was to send a card out each day and how it changed his life! We have to say this is really interesting and inspiring!



We also received a postcard and a handwritten thank you.


Matchstick Notelets

Of course you’ll need matches to light your grill! These adorable notes are perfect for all your list making needs!

The back of the package shows you how to use these. There are forty notes in total.



We also received 4 stamps for our different cards. We are absolutely loving the Fred Rogers stamp – definitely our favorite!


Summer Grillin’ Card

This cute card is the perfect way to say just about anything. We think this is the perfect card for the nearest holiday… Father’s Day!

This card is from Hazelmade, a Kent, Ohio brand!


Ant Gift Tags

Something you may not want at your picnic.. but definitely makes a cute addition to a host gift or just something to have around in a pinch. These are made by Lana’s Shop in Denver, Colorado.


Friendship Like this is Rare Card

We can’t decide which card is our favorite but it just might be this one! This is cheeky and fun but the art is really neat!

This card is the work of Oh Hi a New Orleans hand lettering company.


Franks a Lot Card


What better card could a backyard barbecue themed box have?! We love the retro look of this card and think this would be a hoot to send to someone who totally isn’t expecting it! It may just make their day!

This card is made by Violet Press a letterpress that recently opened a retail location in Longmont, Colorado.


Summer BBQ

Our final card in this box is from Hartford Prints. We particularly love the artwork on this one. The color duo in these simple sketches makes this a great card for all sorts of instances. Can’t wait to use it!


Pigma Micron .08 Pen

Perfect for writing letters … we have to say that we love pens like this. Unfortunately, so do our kids… so we’ll have to hide this very well!


Let’s Catch Up

Maybe a card isn’t enough. Send a gift! This little box has the cutest picture of ketchup on it! Loving the punny joke!

But inside there’s a bar of soap and a soap dish. This soap is from T.O.Y. Soap or (Thinking of You) and is created by a husband and wife duo in San Francisco!


So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation and presentation. The Postmark’d Studio Box is a fantastic way to build your collection of cards for all occasions. We love the fun images and think this box is very well put together. The quality is fantastic. Each card is well made and looks fabulous. The presentation of this box is superb. Not only does it arrive perfectly, it’s packaged phenomenally. There’s a real attention to detail. And curation is so sweet! This Backyard BBQ themed box came together excellently – we love each of the items that were included.


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