A Beautiful Mess Happy Mail Subscription Review – Jan 2016
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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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Congrats Flat Card
God Only Knows Flat Card
I’m loving the neon this month! The coordinated envelope with the Congrats card is awesome, too!
Thank You Very Very Very Much Folded Card
You’re Kind of a Big Dill Flat Card
YES to puns! I think I’m going to send this Big Dill card to my mom – she’ll think I’m a dork but like it! (And blank thank you cards are always a good inclusion in this box for me).
Sherbet Folded Card
Flowers Flat Card
On the inside of the Sherbet card, “It’s Sherbet Day! Gonna Party Like It’s Sherbet Day!” I did not know about this meme, but now I get it:
On the back of the Flowers card, “Just because.”
Days of the Week Notepad
Expecting Flat Card
I had no idea this was a pregnancy congrats card until I turned it over! It’s a cute idea! On the back it says, “Excited to watch your family grow. CONGRATS!”
Cinnamon Roll Folded Card
On the inside it says. “You’re On A Roll!” It wasn’t properly captured in the picture, but this card also has gold foil accents!
Mix Tape Stickers
This postcard is blank on the other side, and the stickers say things like, “All the feels,” and “Girl Gang.”
Remember to Yes Please Your Life Print
This seems like a direct reference to Yes Please by Amy Poehler, (a book I really liked), so it’s a win!
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! I usually complain that they include too many significant other cards in these boxes, but this month I was actually expecting quite a few to get before Valentine’s Day. Maybe they’ll cover that in the February boxes if they arrive before the 14th!
What do you think of the January Happy Mail box?