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Postbox from Postmark’d Studio Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | February 2019

postmark'd studio postbox review

The The Postmark’d Studio Postbox is a monthly stationery and greeting card subscription box that curates a beautifully themed selection of cards from different independent letterpress’. Each package comes with 4-5 cards, 1 postcard, postage and an artsy doodad. Subscriptions are $25 monthly. Not a Tree Reviews received this package at no cost for review purposes.

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Here’s the Box Breakdown

first look in the postbox

Our first glimpse inside the Postbox for February.

what's in the postbox

Everything that we received in our February “Donut Forget to Write” themed box. As always this assortment .. takes the cake (pun totally intended).


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert. The front lists each of the cards and the letterpress that they came from

And the reverse always has a way to spread the joy of writing! This month it tells us how to write a random love letter and join a movement!


Every box from Postmark’d Studio includes one of their own pencils, great for filling out all those cards!


Snow White Gel Pen Set


First up is our artsy doodad for the month. We received this 7 piece gel pen set – these are super fine 0.5 mm and came in black, purple, dark blue, light blue, green, red and pink.



Each package from Postmark’d Studio comes with postage to send our correspondence. This month they sent vintage postage again! These old timey stamps are super cute!


Donut Know from A Favorite Design


The first card in this month’s box is this pretty (our personal favorite) sprinkle laden card from a favorite design. This is the perfect card to let someone know how much you love them!

A favorite design is a Chicago based letterpress.


Donut Worry Card from The Social Type


Next is this adorable and festive card with beautiful sprinkles! Great to send someone a real bit of happiness especially if they’re having a rough go of it.

We love that this card from The Social Type comes with a batch number. The Social Type is a letterpress based in Los Angeles.


Donut Postcard from Lili Grafitti


Next in our grouping is this postcard from Montreal Based Lili Graffiti. It’s super cute and SWEET!


A Dozen Card from Ink Meets Paper


Our next card in the February Postmark’d Studio Postbox is this adorable “You Deserve a Dozen” card. This card is a great way to send someone a quick congratulations on an accomplishment.

Ink Meets Paper is a South Carolina based letterperess.


Better Together Card from Pepper Pop Paper


The final card in this month’s box is this, “We’re Better Together” card. The coffee and donut are popups which we think is really cute!

Pepper Pop Paper is from Philadelphia (how cool)!?


Donut Washi Tape

We love using washi tape to cover up our address on all the boxes that we review, so receiving this adorable washi tape is a really nice touch in this box!

So in summary

Presentation: Everything was packaged well and arrived to us perfectly in our Postbox from Postmark’d Studio.

Quality: There’s no question that the quality of the cards in the Postbox are excellent!

Curation: This month’s donut themed assortment is absolutely adorable. It fits the month of February but isn’t too cliche!

Box Economy: For the price of this box ($25) we received $30.25 in products which is a great deal!

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Postbox from Postmark’d Studio is an excellent way to get the best in cards from independent letterpress. The themes and assortments are absolutely amazing.

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