A Beautiful Mess Happy Mail Subscription Review – Nov 2015
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The Subscription: Happy Mail
The Cost: $20 ($15 with annual subscription commitment)
The Products: Subscribers get $50 (retail value) of stationery, cards, notepads, stickers, journals, etc.
Ships to: Worldwide! (International shipping is only $2!)
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Houses Folded Card
You’re So Fancy Postcard
On the inside of the folded card it says, “You are one of a kind.”
Happy Anniversary Flat Card
Baby Congrats Flat Card
I think this is the first Happy Anniversary card from Happy Mail – very practical. I like it!
Celebrate Good Times Flat Card
Thank You Flat Card
Two more cute and practical cards! I love the print on the Thank You card envelope too.
Candy Folded Card
Belated Birthday Folded Card
On the inside of the candy card it says, “Hope your week is super sweet.” And on the inside of the birthday card, “Sorry I’m so berry late.”
Recipe Cards (6)
This is a new item for Happy Mail and it seems super appropriate for a month of lots of holiday cooking/baking!
Plaid Washi Tape Stickers
These stickers are great for sealing envelopes in a cute way!
Shoes Long Flat Card
On the flip side it says, “We Make a Great Pair.” (FYI – Happy Mail tends to send a lot of significant other cards. If you are like me and don’t give your significant other a card every week or so, these cards may be better for framing!)
Belong To Where You Are Print
They typically send out one art print a month – and I never bought so many frames before I subscribed to Happy Mail! (Fortunately, frames at IKEA are pretty cheap!)
Verdict: I like this subscription every month! I paid $15 for this shipment (I committed to an annual subscription up front), and I think the value is great – just a little over $1 an item for completely original works! This month seems to have a good amount of practical cards too – always a plus!
What do you think of the November Happy Mail box?