Hello Happiness Card Company Subscription Review – Dec 2014
Hello Happiness Card Company offers a monthly greeting card subscription box! They have two subscription options: with the Greeting Card option they send everyday-use cards such as birthday cards, thank you cards, thinking of you cards, and you are loved cards. They also offer a “You Are Loved” subscription that features cards with positive affirmations and words of encouragement! All cards are prints of original artwork created by Josh Solar, and the inside of the cards are blank so you can write your own messages.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription: Hello Happiness Card Company
The Cost: $20/month in the USA, $25/month in Canada, and $30/month international
COUPON: Get 50% your first month with any subscription plan with coupon code “MSA50off”
The Products: Five 4.5 x 5 inch folded cards, printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper and five envelopes
Ships to: USA, Canada, International
Thinking of You Card – value: $4.50
Everything is Alright Card – value: $4.50
Give Thanks Card – value: $4.50
I love little “just because” cards, so this “thinking of you” card is definitely going to be put to use! I’m also excited about these other cards, too – since Thanksgiving is over, I think this “give thanks” card will be sweet to send to family or friends, saying I’m thankful for them.
Hey, It’s Your Birthday Card – value: $4.50
You’re Fantastic Card – value: $4.50
This birthday card is totally my best friend’s style – I love the confetti they included to put in it, too!
Verdict: I’m a fan of the December Hello Happiness Card Company box! I like the style/design of all the cards, and they encourage me to send notes out “just because,” which is exactly their goal. I couldn’t find any of these specific cards in their shop, but each single card that is listed is priced at $4.50, so I used that value, too. That makes the value add up to $22.50, so I’m pretty happy with that value.
What do you think about Hello Happiness Card Company?