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Postmark’d Studio Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | November 2018

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Postmark’d Studio is a monthly greeting card and stationery subscription box. Each package is curated around a theme and includes 4-5 cards from different independent letterpress’s, postage and other fun extras. Subscriptions are $25 monthly. This box now ships to Canada in addition to the US and 41 other countries too! 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 Postmark’d Studio Subscription Box

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Everything that we received in our Postmark’d Studio Box for November. This box had a, “Thank Full” theme and included a fantastic assortment.


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert. This has lots of information about each of the items and the back is also a good resource for fun facts and things associated with the monthly theme.


Thank Full Tote Bag from Nourishing Notes


First up is something we’ve never received in a Postmark’d Studio Box before – a cute tote. This is from Nourishing Notes and goes perfectly with this month’s theme. The quality is awesome too, this is made of a sturdy canvas and the handles are reinforced.

And of course the tag is perfection!


Hap Pie Thanksgiving


This card from E. Frances Paper is made in Newport, Rhode Island in an old bubblegum factory! This adorable card was subbed in for another card for the month because November’s box oversold. We think this is a great addition.

And of course the back has the E. Frances Letterpress stamp.


Stretchy Pants


Next we have an adorable (and possibly our favorite) card from Pinwheel Press. This cute card has a graphic of pumpkin pie in the sky and gloriously boasts, “Break out the Stretchy Pants”.

Pinwheel Press is located in Cincinnati Ohio and is run by Colleen Reid.


Thanksgiving Chicken


Definitely the most snarky of all of this month’s cards is this thankful chicken card. I mean… Thanksgiving has got to be a day chickens around the world breathe a sigh of relief. And to top it off… this chicken is enjoying a nice BOTTLE of wine!

These guys have been around a LONG time (1999 to be exact) and believe that letter writing is the perfect way to forge authentic human connections.


Thankful Pumpkin


Our final card in the November Postmark’d Studio is this, “So very thankful” card. Perfectly decked out in pretty fall colors and those lovely fall sentiments!

Sketchy Notions was founded in 2011 by Chelsea Ward and calls its home Southern California. Chelsea has recently put out her own book as well!



This month’s postage was clipped together quite beautifully and explained how much the curator loves vintage stamps.

We received quite the assortment of stamps and even a little explanation on what stamps to group together to send a letter.


So in summary

Presentation: The Postmark’d Studio Box always comes well packaged and everything arrives perfectly

Quality: We are always impressed with the variety of handmade cards that they include. We love that these cards come from small businesses.

Curation: This is our favorite part of this subscription. Each package is beautifully put together to give us an excellent assortment of items that tie the theme together perfectly

Box Economy: For the price of this box $25 we received $31.50 in products which is a great deal!


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Postmark’d Studio is the best way to get fun and useful cards sent right to your door each month along with fun other notions. Perfect if you love the unboxing experience and a bit of sass!

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