Studio Calico Stationery Kit Subscription Review – March 2016
If you aren’t familiar with Studio Calico, they offer Stationery ($22.99 a month with 6-month commitment), Planner ($22.99 a month with 6-month commitment), Scrapbook ($37.99 a month with 6-month commitment), and Project Life ($27.99 a month with 6-month commitment) monthly subscriptions.
They recently had a first-box-for-a-dollar offer (if you signed up for a 6-month subscription), so I decided to go for the Stationery kit!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
I like that each kit comes with its own pouch!
The Subscription Box: Studio Calico Stationery Kit
The Cost: $24.99 a month (less with 6 or 12 month commitment)
The Products: Stationery cards, plus a few extras each month!
Ships to: Worldwide! (Free shipping to the US)
Check out all of my Studio Calico Stationery Kit reviews!
This box comes with an info card detailing the color theory inspiration for the month.
Pride and Prejudice Folded Card
Give Me A Ring Post Card
This is the first Pride and Prejudice engagement card I’ve seen! (On the inside it says, “Happy Engagement.”)
And this postcard is an illustration of phones throughout the years!
Yellow Colored Pencil
Shaped Gift Tags
Veneer Phone with Twine
This yellow colored pencil goes with the card below:
Make a Wish Flat Card
Birthday Folded Card
You use the pencil to color in the amount of candles you want! (I love that this subscription regularly sends birthday cards – they are always useful!)
Good Luck Card
Thank Ewe Card
Practical and cute – everything I want from a card subscription!
Good Job Folded Card
Sending Good Vibes Folded Card
I’m not sure what I’ll do with the Good Job card yet, but I already have someone in mind to send the Good Vibes card to!
Foldable Bunny Box
This cute little addition is for holding treats! Here is a picture of it properly folded from Studio Calico:
Verdict: I’m really happy with my Studio Calico Stationery Kit subscription. The cards are usually great for general use, and the extras are always cute and fun.
I can’t help but compare this box to Happy Mail for my verdict. I think they both are a good value for the price (with the discount this box cost me about $19). If you’re looking for more of a variety from card designers, I would recommend trying this subscription. (Or I’d recommend subscribing to both Studio Calico and Happy Mail if you are like me and love gettings lots of cards and paper goodies each month!)
What do you think of the Studio Calico Stationery Kit?