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Haven Paperie Subscription Box Review – January 2016

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Haven Paperie is a stationery subscription service that provides designer cards to your door every month.  They also have an Etsy Shop where you can purchase cards individually, in bulk, create custom cards and art prints!

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The Subscription Box: Haven Paperie

The Cost: $18.00 per month (shipping included)

The Products: 3-5 designer cards + stamps

Ships to: US, Canada, UK, and Australia (contact support for other countries)

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Each month the owner, Heidi, writes a letter to the subscribers about what inspired her for the month and drops little hints and tips on how to use our cards.  This year she plans to include a specific reason to write.  This month: #1 “To let someone know they matter to you.”  This really hits a soft spot for me.  I lost my best friend’s mom this month and I wrote to her occasionally aside from the Facebook norm and phone calls.  I encourage everyone to really reach out to your loved ones, you never know how much time we have left together.


I have four stamps this month, which would only mean I have four awesome letters to send out!



Hey You – Folded Card – Value: $5.00

Straight to the point, and I love the notepad style of lines.  I think whoever I send this card to, I’ll probably personalize the front by adding their name.  I think it’s really simple and has a minimalistic style about it.  I like it.



Dream – Folded Card – Value: $5.00

I could use this one for John’s teenaged niece who’s got a big birthday coming up next month.  She’s dreams big and I don’t want her to lose the momentum needed to reach big goals.


Thinking of You – Folded Card – Value: $5.00

I love this card.  It’s very universal and could be used for many occasions.  It’s blank inside but the colorful front does it all.



WooHoo! – Folded Card – Value: $5.00

This a one of the beautiful textured cards from Haven Paperie.  I could see this card being used for a wedding, graduation, birthday, or even a promotion.  All worthy of a good cheer!


Verdict:  This month, Haven Paperie has an estimated retail value of $22.00.  I really enjoy Haven Paperie’s designs and enjoy the convenience of having quality cards of all occasions on hand.  It’s really great, and I don’t imagine going back to picking out drug store cards, thirty minutes before the party starts.

Do you subscribe to Haven Paperie?  What do you love the most about this stationary subscriptions?

Written by Celicia Gantz

Celicia Gantz

Celicia was introduced to both The Honest Company and CurlKit in March 2013 and has been addicted to subscription boxes ever since. Always on the hunt for the undiscovered family staple, she loves trying new skincare, natural hair care, makeup, and finding delicious snacks with hidden veggies for her kids (and Hubby too). Favorite finds: Body Oil, Stuffed Animals, Books, non-GMO Tortilla Chips and Perfume Samples.
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  1. I agree about the importance of the sentiment of telling those around you that you care. You never know what’s happening inside them and that you sharing a kind word can make the difference literally between life and death. We lost a colleague in our law firm who committed suicide in the office by jumping out a window in the middle of the day. I’m not saying that it’s everyone’s obligation to “save” others (I work with lots of vets with PTSD and know that isn’t reasonable or even feasible) but just that sometimes a kind word, smile or gesture can be a positive turning point. Since it costs me nothing to be kind and friendly it’s my daily goal to reach out whenever I can.

  2. Five dollars per card is too steep, and you only get four with this sub. If you really want to have an assortment of cards on hand, check out They have lots of different assortment packs to choose from, lots of styles and designs, and it comes to about fifty cents per card.

    My kudos to the owner of this company, who is a shrewd businesswoman – it’s a heck of a markup on her wares.

    • I understand your general point but there is a difference in handmade cards and mass produced current catalog cards. It’s supporting local artists, the time to make them and the card stock, so the price will be higher.

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