December 2017 Postmark’d Studio Postbox Review + Special Holiday Promotion!


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


The December 2017 Postmark’d box!


What an adorable handwritten note. :3


So what is Postmark’d Studio?

Postmark’d Studio is a 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.”


How gorgeous is this packaging?


Every month you’ll get a Postmark’d Studio Postcard and a Postmark’d Studio pencil too. This month’s postcard gets a special holiday snowflake sticker. 😀


Of course, they also include a bunch of unique stamps, so that your cards and postcards can be sent out right away!


And they’re Forever stamps, so they’re literally good forever.


How cute are these?


A special stamp set.


The snowflake stamp ($2.25, but currently on sale for $1.57) is from Cupcaketree and designed by Olga Hagedorn. It’s really cute and the icy blue ink pad is the perfect pairing.


There are a ton of other cute designs at Cupcaketree if you love stamps. 😀


Some Enchanted Evening Post Card ($2.00) – This is by Alayna Paquette Draws on Etsy and I kind of love it. It reminds me of some Russian fairytale and I love the colors of this postcard. The soft blues and whites in the background contrasting with the bear and the pure white of the woman dancing together in the front.


The back of the postcard.


A little recap of all the cool stuff thus far. 🙂


Dashing Through the Snow ($4.00) – This is designed by Marrygrams and to me, this is a very “traditional” kind of Christmas card; I think it has to do with the font and the gold color of the text.


But what I love most is the fact that the envelope is also a beautiful copper/gold.


Ornament Card ($8.50) – I couldn’t find the exact same card online, so I linked to the next closest one. This card doubles as an ornament and is designed by Moglea!


Inside the card are two cardboard pieces…


…and you put them together like this for an instant ornament!


The accompanying envelope.


Wishing You Peace and Joy ($3.00) – This cute and hand-drawn-esque card is designed by Frog and Toad Press. It’s great for the holidays in its simplicity and is entirely blank on the inside so that you can write to your heart’s content.


The accompanying envelope.


The Weather Outside ($4.50) – Okay, this is definitely one of my favorite cards this month! I definitely laughed when I saw this. I live in California, so this isn’t exactly applicable when it’s 60F and sunny outside, but I love it all the same. XD It’s designed by Row House 14.


The accompanying envelope.


Polar Bear ($4.95) – I’m very impressed with the embossing on this card! It’s designed by Classic Stationers.


The description of the card, from the website:

“Letterpress, embossing, pearl foil and snow white paper – this is how the icy feel of the Arctic is recreated in the bright Polar Bear card.”


Let It Snow ($5.50) – Alongside the The Weather Outside card, this is my other favorite of the box. This card is just so beautiful! This is designed by Elum Designs.


The holographic foil reminds me of the Rainbow Fish. *____*


The inside.


The accompanying envelope.


The cards!


All subscribers received a special stocking stuffer gift!


Look at the dancing santa washi tape. XD


Season’s Greetings ($2.67) – This definitely also gives off a vintage vibe! It’s designed by Violet Press and Paper.


The accompanying envelope.


Snow Days ($5.00) – As someone who has never had a snow day, I can only wish for them. :p But I’m sure my friends who live in places where there are actually four season would probably appreciate a snow day here and there. This is designed by Sad Shop.


The accompanying envelope.


The cards in the stocking stuffer!


The current promotion is: for a 3 month subscription for new subscribers; pay for 2 months and get the 3rd month free! The code is PS1Free. The offer expires December 31, 2017.

Overall enjoyment: Honestly this is probably my favorite box from Postmark’d! The cards they curated for this month are on point and the extra gift was so thoughtful. :3


*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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