August 2017 Postmark’d Studio Postbox Review

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Postmark’d Studio
The Breakdown:
Monthly | Cost: $25/month + $5.95 shipping
Limited edition, hand-crafted, artisan cards
Ships via USPS | Ships to the US

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So what is Postmark’d Studio?

Postmark’d Studio is a BRAND NEW stationery and gift boutique delivering monthly subscription boxes that are a curated collection of paper products for paper connoisseurs. They were founded in January of 2017 and launched their website in June 2017.

From their website: “Each PostBox subscription comes with a monthly delivery of four handcrafted artisanal cards, one postcard, postage and an artsy doodad such as a pen, pencil or knick knack. Each box is crafted, curated and packaged thematically with the creative finds you’ll use to show you care. Postmark’d Studio provides a beautiful, simple way to connect with the ones you love. We believe one small gesture makes all the difference.”

They have two boxes – Postmark’d Box (a lifestyle-geared box that goes for $50 + $7.95 shipping) and also PostBox ($25 + $5.95 shipping). This is a review for the PostBox!

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All packaged and ready to be opened!

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This month’s theme is Farmer’s Market!

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The back of the information card gives you some tips on how to use stamps!

 

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The cutest little package. :3

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They included this super adorable carrot pen that has a magnet on the back so you can easily put this on your fridge and make your grocery shopping list.

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And once again, they’ve sent out a special Postmark’d Studio pencil.

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I can totally start a Postmark’d Studio pencil collection. 😀

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Another special extra that they’ve included in this box is this beautifully illustrated pack of sunflower seeds! So perfect for the farmer’s market theme.

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Postmark’d Studio Postcard – The last special extra of the box is none other than a postcard from the subscription itself!

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The back!

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Tomato and Carrot Seed Packet Postcards Found Image Press – I bet you thought these were two more seed packets! Because I certainly did when I glanced over at them right after the sunflower seeds. XD But these are actually postcards and the seed packets pictured on them are from the Card Seed Co., NY.

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The backs!

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A Bushel & A Peck and A Hug Around the Neck 1canoe2 – I love the typography on this card. *___* I just don’t really get the words, haha. But it is a catchy saying!

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The back.

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And the card with its matching envelope.

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I’m All Ears Farmwood Press – I love corn. And I love this card. This is adorable and I love the textured feel of this one. 😀 The quality of this card is absolutely superb.

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The back.

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And the envelope.

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Everyday I’m Brusselin’ Meeschmosh – I definitely laughed when I saw this one… and then sighed because that LMFAO song is now stuck in my head. (and yeah it’s stuck in my head again as I write this).

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The back.

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A bright green envelope to go with the card. 😀

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You Are One in a Melon Alexis Mattox Designs – This is definitely my favorite “card” of the entire box! The design, the whimsy, the colors, the watercolor effect, the typography! I just love this one. *_____*

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The back.

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Another bright green envelope!

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Postmark’d also sent out quite a lot of stamps so that you can mail your cards and postcards! The designs are so vintage and definitely also fit with the farmer’s market theme. 😀

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Overall enjoyment: The farmer’s market theme was so cute! I couldn’t stop smiling over the different designs and it was just so nice to feel the quality of each card. If you’re into stationary and value handwritten cards/postcards, then this is definitely the subscription for you!

 

 

*Disclosure: The above item was complimentary and received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received. I only review things that are in line with my interests and wouldn’t subject you, my dear readers, to boring products or subscriptions.

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