flair & paper review

Flair & Paper Subscription Box Review + Coupon + Unboxing | October 2018

flair & paper review

Flair & Paper is a monthly stationery and greeting card subscription box. Each package contains a beautifully curated selection of greeting cards and other stationery items. Subscriptions are $19.99 monthly with over $40 of products inside; and with code FLAIR5 you’ll get $5 OFF your purchase of a 3, 6 or 12 month subscription. Not a Tree Reviews received this package at no cost for review purposes.

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Here’s the Box Breakdown

our first look in the flair & paper box

Our first glimpse inside the Flair & Paper package. Just one word… orange – all the hearts for this!

what's in the flair & paper package

Everything that we received in our October, “Wonderfall” themed Flair & Paper Subscription. This mix is gorgeous!


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert. The front tells us the name of our theme.

And the reverse lists each of the items that was included.


October Calendar Page

Each package from Flair & Paper includes a small 5 x 7 calendar page. Of course for October we have a pretty fall pattern.


Hello Fall Notepad

Every item included in the Flair & Paper boxes is made BY Flair & Paper so you are receiving something beautiful as well as exclusive, like this, “Hello Fall” Notepad. We use these for jotting down quick notes to ourselves, to others and also for grocery and shopping lists!


Gift Tags

We also received these two cute gift tags. One is fall themed and the other is Halloween themed. We love how the spider has a floral pattern inside it.


I’m Here for You Greeting Card

Our first card in this month’s box is a, well wishing card for anyone in your life who may be having a tough go of it. The picture and font is simple and cute and will definitely bring a smile to the recipients face.


Well Hey There Pumpkin Greeting Card

This is one of those awesome multi-purpose cards that can be applicable for all sorts of situations. Particularly the ones where you are in a pinch and need a card! The print is super adorable!


Fall Pattern Greeting Card

Next up is this simple card with a pretty fall pattern on it. We love that they used the black background – it really makes the orange pop. We think this would be a great card to keep up with your correspondence!


Boo Greeting Card

And of course there had to be one card for Halloween included! Staying consistent with the spider on our gift tags this spider also has this cool floral pattern on it’s tummy! We’ll be saving this one for next year.


Birthday Wishes & Pumpkin Spice Dreams Greeting Card

We already know who is receiving this awesome card! A girlfriend of ours (who shares our affinity for the PSL) has a birthday coming up and this card has her name all over it!


Fall Planner Clips

Our box favorite this month are these adorable fall planner clips. Sewn together to give them tons of detail these will make great additions to your planner collection! We couldn’t even tell you which one we like better, they’re both so cute!


Coordinating Pen

And to aid us in our card sending and letter writing we received this coordinating pen! It writes in black – we thought for a moment it might write in orange, but alas it doesn’t!


So in summary

Presentation: Everything  in our Flair & Paper package is beautiful and aesthetically pleasing and arrives to us in perfect condition

Quality: We love that they hand make each of the items that is included in this box. Essentially we’re getting well made products and supporting a small business at the same time!

Curation: This is the part of this subscription box that we love the most. They really do a great job of including coordinating items for the month that really get us in the seasonal spirit!


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Flair & Paper Subscription Box $19.99


Monthly subscription box full of themed stationery and greeting cards with over $40 in retail value.

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