Postmark’d Studio Review December 2019

For the end of the year, I’m reviewing this whimsical subscription box called Post Box from Postmark’d Studio. This is a stationery subscription box. Each month, they arrange it with 4 cards, usps stamps, and artsy supplies depending on the theme of the month.

The box goes for $25/month, $67.50/3 months, $127/6 months, or $240/12 months. They curate a box/bag with a specific theme with blank greeting or note cards to get you in the writing mood! Seriously, the second I opened the package, I spotted a few I wanted to write on and send out to my love ones.

The December Postmark’d Studio theme is “Oh Deer” edition 3.6, which I believe is a variation and it came in a heavy duty paper envelope. It was beautifuly organized with a cute little packet with “reindeer food”.

And I like that they included a card to breakdown what’s in the package, who created the cards and where they are from. Talk about giving credits where credits are due. Love that in a business.

This is the one I spotted immediately when I started unpacking the cards. It has 2 gold wooden antler ornaments with a red banner saying “one to give and one to keep”. It was created by Chelsea from Snow Made, Portland, OR. I gave this one to my sister and kept one of the ornaments to remember this year when she was visiting.

‘Fawn’d of You’ is a fun looking one. With the colors and creative choices, this can be used anytime during the winter months for a birthday or even New Years. It comes with a cute artsy envelope with snow globe, ornaments, and forest creatures. And it included a cute little sticker as well. Made from Alison Glass, from Yorkville, VA.

This tri-fold card says “I love reindeer and all their reindeer games!” It would be cute to have multiple people, like family or co-workers, write a little note on and sign. It will definitely look great hung up on the fridge, or in the office cubical, it really stands out. Created by John Reburn, in Roanoke, VA.

There was a bonus post card which features a colorful mason jar labeled “reindeer food”. Simple and of course, cute! This was made by a mother and daughter duo from Good Postage, located in Ashville, NC.

One of the themed artsy supplies that came with this box was Midori, a Japanese stationery brand, stationery set with writing paper, envelopes, and fawn stickers. Talk about adorable. This is a cute set to write to love ones, or to someone younger. Definitely something I will use to write to my younger sister.

And who can forget about the stamps! To be honest, I haven’t seen stamps like these in ages! All unique in it’s own way, and at different price ranges. So depending on what you are sending, letter or postcard, you have to calculate and put the right amount so it can be delivered correctly.

Postmark’d Studio Review December 2019 – Final Thoughts

What a fun subscription to go through! The December Postmark’d Studio really made me want to be more creative and start writing notes again. The highlight of this was the stationery set and the antler card, but to be fair, I really enjoyed everything. Also, the reindeer food and personalized note was such a treat! I just love how they sought out different handcrafted artists or small companies to curate a stationery package that’s usable and is a joy to have.

-Rosie

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