A couple of weeks ago I shared with you a package full of paper gorgeousness in my HoneyTree Post Review and Giveaway (the give away is still running, by the way!) and I promised that I would bring you more. Well, that day has arrived. Today I am sharing with you the delights of Young HoneyTree, a stationery subscription box for children….
Designed for children 6-12yrs, our specially curated box of stationery surprises will make them reach for a pen instead of a keyboard. They’ll have great fun discovering what’s in their parcel each month… and you never know, you might be the recipient of one of their pieces!
Fun, beautifully designed exclusive items from the UK’s leading illustrated bespoke stationers. They will receive at least 7 stationery items with a retail value of no less than £30. For example, items might include greeting cards, postcards, notecards, gift tags and loads of stickers to use and share.
Prices are from £10.50 per month, UK postage is free, and they do ship internationally.
So this parcel arrived at the same time as mine, but I hid it from my girl until we had a quiet afternoon with nothing much on. I thought it would add a little excitement to the day, and it certainly did, she loved it! Want to take a peek?
How gorgeous? I love the Alice in Wonderland theme, and though I’d guess most young girls would know who she is, even if they don’t they cannot help but love this.
Included in this month’s box are 2 cards with envelopes, 1 postcard, 4 gift tags with ribbons, 4 stickers, 4 notecards with envelopes and a ‘my favourite cup cake recipe’ sheet.
As with the stationery lovers box, the parcel arrives in a box suitable for slotting through a letterbox, and is then lovingly wrapped in dotty tissue paper. The quality of this stationery is just beautiful, every card thick and nicely textured and the original illustrations sweet and captivating. It’s the little details, too, such as the cup and saucer on the back of the note card envelopes that make this feel special.
Surely a stationery box like this would encourage children to put pen to paper? I love it, let alone Boo, and I can see kids and adults alike enjoying this. Boo already has a friend in mind that she’d like to send the birthday card to and she’s asking who she can send the postcard to and invite someone round for tea, of course!
A snail mail session awaits mother and daughter here, and I know we’re both looking forward to settling down with our new stationery and sending a little happy mail out into the world.
I do now have a Young HoneyTree 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 13th September 2016. Good luck!
What do you like about this box?
Disclosure: I received the box FOC for the purposes of this post, but all opinions remain my own