I have got a treat for you today! I have received a stationery subscription box from HoneyTree Post and I am bursting to show it to you, along with giving you the chance to win one. My box is from The Stationery Lovers Club, so let me tell you a little about it and then you’ll be able to feast your eyes on the contents.
The Stationery Lovers Club
Beautifully designed? exclusive items from the UK’s leading illustrated bespoke stationers. You will receive at least 7 stationery items with a retail value of no less than £30. As an example, items might include greeting cards, postcards, notecards, gift tags and hand drawn prints ready to frame.
Prices are from £10.50 per month, UK postage is free, and they do ship internationally.
You just want to look inside now, don’t you? Here you go…
Just wow. How beautiful? I adore the theme this month, and all so beautifully illustrated. I am impressed by how much you receive, too. I have here several stickers, 2 tags, 3 postcards, 2 greetings cards (both blank inside), a print and a little letter set with 4 sheets and 4 envelopes.
The packaging feels luxurious and the quality of the stationery is high, with everything printed on lovely thick paper. I felt really treated when I opened this parcel up.
There are several different subscription options, from one-off boxes through to 12 months subscriptions. The website is very clear to navigate around and for you to make your selections. I also spotted that for every subscription received, they give £1 to Post Pals – I have shared about Post Pals before.
I do now have a HoneyTree Post box up for grabs for one of my lucky readers. To be in with a chance of winning it, enter using the rafflecopter below. The competition is open to UK entrants only and ends at 12am 30th August 2016. Good luck!
What do you like about this box?
Oh, and do look out for more details on HoneyTree Post’s box for children, Young Honey Tree, coming soon – my girl is delighted with it!
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Disclosure: I received the box FOC for the purposes of this post, but all opinions remain my own