A Beautiful Mess Messy Box Subscription Review – Feb 2016
Messy Box is a scrapbooking subscription from A Beautiful Mess. I love my Happy Mail subscription, so I wanted to try this one out too. I have never scrapbooked, but I love their designs so much I figured I could use the items for something else if I didn’t take it up! (They also sell exclusive scrapbook books and pages to go along with the sizes of items in this kit).
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The Subscription Box: Messy Box
The Cost: $24.99 ($19.99 a box with an annual subscription)
The Products: Each box is filled with items to scrapbook with including paper and cards, stickers, embellishments, and special items. Each month is color-coordinated and comes with a different technique theme.
Ships to: US and International ($3 shipping fee per box for International subscribers).
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Even though these are made for scrapbooking, I’ve been framing quite a few of these papers in cheap IKEA frames for inexpensive artwork! This lemon one would look great in a kitchen!
This box includes 3 9×12 one-sided pages and a 9×12 Transparency:
Yes, that is a pizza slice transparency!
These watermelons are so cute! And heart stickers are always useful!
Circle Die Cuts
These have a sticker backing, and the cardboard material makes them pop!
Journal Cards 4 4×6
These are all double sided this month! Here are the other sides:
I like the recipe card addition!
Journal Cards 6 3×3
And the flip sides:
Journal Cards 2 3×4, and 9Cardstock Food Die Cuts
These Journal cards are reversible, but the smaller squares are one-sided. Here are the flip sides for the 2 3X4 cards:
Verdict: I like the colors and the food theme this month – I’m pretty sure you can’t go wrong with yummy-inspired designs!
Based on the comments from some scrapbooking readers on previous Messy Box reviews, I’d say this box is worth the $25 a month cost if you’re excited about exclusive prints and designs from A Beautiful Mess. If you’re looking purely for scrapbooking materials, there are likely cheaper options.
What do you think of the February Messy Box?