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Paper Works Subscription Box Review – April 2016

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Get Paperworks is a stationery subscription box, that has three levels of subscription service: digital, print, and print plus.  This is a review of their print subscription. 

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box.  (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

The Subscription Box:  Paper Works

The Cost: Digital – $9.00/month, Print – $19.00/month, Print Plus – $29.00/month – all with free shipping. 

The Products:  “Each month, we release a new collection of designs – calendars, menu charts, note cards, an art print and much more.”

Ships to: United States, but I would think any one can subscribe to the digital plan!

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

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Each Paperworks subscriber gets complete access to the digital library on Get Paperworks, where there are hundreds of free printables, like calendars, art prints, note sheets, password trackers, and more!

8 Paperworks Notecards 

These are seriously beautifully designed.  This month’s theme was peonies, and all of the items have gorgeous peonies all over!  This set of note cards is blank inside, with 2 thank you cards, 2 ‘a little note’ cards, and four plain cards.  They are not foldable cards.  

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Art Print 

Again, this has such a beautiful design to it.  I love the colors and the pop of teal is just perfect.  This is definitely going up in my office.  It says “The miracle of love is not in falling it is in the abiding.”

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4 Scripture Cards

I didn’t realize initially that this was a religious subscription, but I love the scripture cards, and again, the design is gorgeous.  There are four of them:  Jonah 2:8-9, Genesis 15:6, Genesis 32:10, and Daniel 7:14.  I think the scripture card for Daniel has a typo (it says B after the scripture reference), but I don’t care a massive amount about one typo.  

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May Calendar 

This is the size of a sheet of card stock, and again, is beautiful.  This is going to go up on my fridge to keep track of all those little things coming up in May, like finals…

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4 note pages

Again, gorgeous in person.  Under “NOTES” it says thoughts + ideas.  I think these are great, especially because they’re undated, and will work anytime for any thing you need to jot down quickly.  Since they match the May calendar, I’l probably put one up on the fridge to jot down a grocery list or whatnot during the month!

Verdict:  Since everything is designed exclusive to this box, I can’t really assign a value to any of it.  For the $19.00, I think that access to all of the printables on the website plus what I received is definitely worth it.  If you have a high quality printer, and don’t mind using your ink, I think the digital option would also be great!  I’ve glanced through the gallery online (what I have access to as a subscriber), and I’m excited to pick a few to have printed at my local office store!

I’ve had another stationery subscription for a while that also sends out an art print and cards, and I think I prefer Paper Works.  The designs are more ‘mature’ and they actually are pretty usable, opposed to the massive amount of significant other cards I get from the other subscription.  I’m looking forward to the next few months to see the designs coming! 

Have you heard of Get Paperworks yet?  What do you think?

Written by Bekki Menzies

Bekki Menzies

Bekki first discovered subscription boxes in 2014 and they quickly took over her life! (Not quite, but pretty close.) She started with POPSUGAR Must Have, then moved to Little Lace Box, Birchbox, Hamptons Lane…the rest was history. Her favorite product find is Beekman 1802 Fudge (so, so good) and her favorite boxes are Birchbox and Hamptons Lane…but she’s always looking for a new subscription to try!
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2 Comments

  1. No typo. When a scripture verse is longer and you are only quoting one part, people put “a” or “b” to indicated the first or second part of the verse. So say you wanted a shorter version of John 3:16 to fit on something small… you could put “Anyone who believes in Him might have eternal life” – John 3:16b.

    In this case, the second part stands alone just fine, but if you read the whole verse it’s obviously part of a larger story and therefore sounds a little confusing.

    This is a really cute subscription!

  2. The Daniel card does NOT have a typo. It only includes the “b” part of the verse.

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