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Get Happy Mail Subscription Box Review – April 2016

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Get Happy Mail is a monthly paper good subscription box.


Every month they send you paper goods and greeting cards, valued at $30 or more.


This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - all items

The Subscription Box: Get Happy Mail

The Cost: $19.99/month, discounts with 6 & 12-month subscriptions

COUPON: Get free shipping with code MSAFREESHIP!

The Products: 4-6 paper goods, valued at $30 or more.

Ships to: United States, Canada, and select European countries

Check out the Paper Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Get Happy Mail to your subscription list or wishlist!

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - info 1

My box also included an info card with some details about the subscription and the products featured this month.

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - info 2

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - info 3

FYI – active subscribers get 10% off in their shop!

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - items 1

Flamingo Brights Folded Card from Aqua Birch – value: $4

Flamingo Brights Stickers from Aqua Birch – value: $6

How adorable are these flamingo items?? I love the color palette and they are just screaming Spring to me. The stickers are supposed to be a bonus item, made exclusively for Get Happy Mail, but I found them for sale in their shop. Maybe they added them after Get Happy Mail shipped? Either way, I love them.

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - items 2

Shine Bright Folded Card from Little Print Studio – value: $4.50

I like this card because I love pretty fonts. I think it’d be great to send to someone as a little encouragement or pick-me-up.

Congrats Confetti Folded Card from Little Print Studio – value: $4.50

This is cute! And timely – Spring and Summer are definitely when open house/graduation parties and weddings happen. I’ll be needing a few congrats cards this season.

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - items 3

Manhattan Folded Card from Underwood Letterpress – value: $5.50

I don’t drink, but I think the design of this card is really cute. I’m thinking I’ll send this to my friend who just got married – she’s been talking about setting up a bar cart in her new house and I think this would be just her taste! Plus, I can see it also being celebratory.

You Are My Sunshine Folded Card from Underwood Letterpress – value: $5.50

I love this card – my mom used to sing this when I was little. The design is pretty – I think I’ll write a little note to my son to read someday, or as a little love note to my husband.

GET HAPPY MAIL MARCH 2016 - items 4

#GetHappyMail Wooden Pencils – 4 count

These aren’t listed on the info card, so I’m not sure if they are a bonus item everyone got in March or if it’s something you get for your first month. Either way, they’re okay. They’re pencils. I don’t use pencils pretty much ever anymore, so these will get swapped or passed along.

Verdict: I think this Get Happy Mail box was really cute. I’m still drooling over the flamingo cards and stickers. The total value I came up with for this box is $30, not including the pencils. Overall, I liked it.

What do you think of Get Happy Mail?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I love the letter press cards they include. Are they associated with Messy Box’s Happy Mail? If not, I wonder if there will be confusion over the names of the boxes.

    • Holly, I wondered that very thing. The names are really similar…

    • Holly, they’re not! I agree – definitely confusing! In fact, I feel like they havery sort of set themselves up for getting looked over… when you Google “get happy mail” it comes up with A Beautiful Mess.

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