Postmark’d Studio Subscription Box is a monthly greeting card and stationery subscription. Each box comes with 1 postcard, a curated selection of themed cards, postage and an artsy doodad. Subscriptions are $25 monthly with a $5 shipping fee. Not a Tree Reviews received this package at no cost for review purposes.
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Our first glimpse inside the Postmark’d Studio Subscription Box for September
Everything that we received in our September Postmark’d Studio Box. This box had a “Snails & Stamps” theme and really brought a vintage, whimsical assortment to the table!
So what is all this stuff?
Our box insert, this lists each of the items that we received.
And the reverse tells us all about “Thinking of You” week.
This uniquely shaped paper airplane card is from UPW Luxe a boutique stationery company. Many of their designs are in unique shapes and cutouts and this one is intricate as well as fun!
This particular card is from UPW Luxe’s dear Alchemy line and we love the details, even the envelope has an airplane!
Channel your inner “Alice in Wonderland” with this whimsical and fun card. Let anyone you care about know that they’re on your mind – just add a your message inside this blank card (each of the cards sent from Postmark’d Studio is blank.
Big Wheel Press creates stationery that is attached to personal stories and memories and calls it’s home Easthampton, MA.
Probably our favorite card that was included in this box, because it’s so true for us! Send this to anyone and bring a smile to their face. We love the quote and the simple image… such a cute card!
Paper Bandit Press is based in Provo, UT a family owned and operated business.
This set of 10 postcards from Ginger P. Designs are cute and fun – and get the job done!
We love the back, it’s elegant and looks pretty. Ginger P creates beautiful wedding invitations and is based in Janesvilled, MN.
(couldn’t find a retail price)
This nostalgic card has a real vintage stamp on it – a bit of ephemera if you will! This card is super cool and will definitely be appreciated by the recipient.
Appalachia Press was the brainchild of graphic designer John Reburn and is based in Roanoke, VA.
This roll of MTex Washi Paper has a vintage stamp print and fits perfectly into the theme of this box.
We love the thickness of this tape and love using this to cover our address on our packages for our reviews.
Each Postmark’d Studio Box comes with a Postmark’d Studio pencil in this fun blue color. Everything is blue from the eraser to the ferrul to the pencil itself.
This cute little device is a washi tape dispenser. We’ve never seen one of these before and can’t wait to use it!
This month our postage came in this adorable tin – we will forever keep our stamps in here!
Look at all of these vintage stamps that we received, we’re in love!
So in summary
Presentation: The Postmark’d Studio Box is an experience. We love the curations that they put together are impressive and fun!
Quality: We love the wonderful cards that they include and how they come from high quality hand print letterpress’
Curation: The mix this month is a sweet homage to letter writing and correspondence and we love it, great job by Postmark’d Studio
Box Economy: For the $25 that this box costs we still got a $25.50 value and we couldn’t find half the items that they included!