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The Planner Addict Sticker Subscription Box Review- May 2016

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The Planner Addict Sticker Box is the second subscription box created by Vienna Ortiz.  Similar to their planner-based box, the sticker box provides subscribers a way to try stickers from multiple sticker shops at once with a collective scheme.  Each month, expect to receive a variety of stickers made by various Etsy shops and The Planner Addict.


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The Subscription Box: The Planner Addict Sticker Box

The Cost: $26.00 + shipping

The Products: $50 worth of exclusive stickers provided by 5 or more planner sticker shops

Ships To: Worldwide

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This is my very first subscription within The Planner Addict collection.  I love ordering stickers from Etsy and I’m hoping this subscription keeps me from ordering a billion different sticker kits each month. (Key word, hope!)  I’m already taken back by the beautifully designed product/insert card.  It says the theme for May is “Creativity” and they want to see what we create with the stickers this month.  Use the hashtag #PLANNERADDICTSTICKERBOX on your social media accounts so show everyone what you made.


“I Have a Sticker For That” – paper bag

All the stickers are in this cute double lined bag.  I wasn’t sure if some considered the bag as part of the subscription or not, but it is still in perfect condition to reuse and/or gift out again.


Here’s a quick look at everything included this month.  It looks like every kit came individually wrapped except the one on the left.  So let’s start there.


Crafted by Corley – Sticker Sampler – $2.00

I had never seen colorable planner stickers until today.  I’ve already added this shop to my Etsy Favorites for future purchases!  LOL. Though this shop did not provide at least one full sticker sheet, I’m still impressed with the variety of decorative and planning stickers.



Papered Kiss – Sticker Sheets – $7.50

So pretty!  I love the watercolor flower design.  I’m also really excited to try the hexagon to-do stickers.  I believe these are inspired by Inkwell Press planners.  I don’t own one, but I’ll make it work.  I love that I could use any of this stickers in all my planners.



Planneresque – Sticker Sheets – $7.50

I fell in love with these the hardest.  I love the bold colors and the floral patterns.  I used all of them at once and I wished I had more.  I don’t think there’s one sticker I won’t use, and I love the simplicity of the planner icon stickers. Love it!



Planner Kate – Sticker Sheets – $7.50

This set was another instant favorite.  I’ve been eyeballing this shop for a while, so I’m really excited to get my hands on a couple of sheets.  They look so soft and delicate, and one of the patterns matches perfectly with the washi tape I received last month from another subscription service called, the Washi Buff Box.



The Planner Addict Box – Sticker Sheets – $9.50

I hate to say it but this is actually my least favorite of the bunch and it’s made by the Planner Addict Box.  I do love the floral design, planner icons and the flags.  What bothers me are the non uniformed hearts and font type and font size.  Will they all get used, yes!  Will anyone tell the difference besides me, probably not.  I’m actually over it already, so let’s get going to the last set! LOL



Glitter Queen Paper Co. – Sticker Sheets – $7.50

Another adorable set from an Etsy shop I’ve been stalking on Instagram!  I love the retro style of the floral washi tape and the minty green polka dots. The larger boxes are mostly laid out for the Erin Condren standard (vertical), but I was able to cut some of the checklist boxes for the EC horizontal.


Erin Condren – Horizontal Layout


Erin Condren – Vertical Layout


Verdict:  Excluding the paper gift bag, The Planner Addict Sticker Box had an estimated retail value of $41.50!  I found this to be a great value though it’s short of their estimated value of $50.  What’s great about this subscription that I didn’t mention previously: every Etsy shop provided a coupon code to use in their shop.  I think coupons are great, but I don’t like to include them in the overall value of the box, because they expire so quickly and they require you to make a separate purchase.  Considering how many different shops are included with this subscription, I would hope that all of the shops expand the coupons to expire at the end of the following month.

Let us know in the comments what kind of planner you use and love.  I’m new to the Kikki K and planners so maybe I’ll feature one of those next month.

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. So do they send the month one month ahead? In May, do I receive June’s stickers because that would work best for me.

    • Unfortunately, you get the month’s sticker the month is it for. Like the October stickers are just now shipping (10/4/2016).

  2. I just found out about planner addicts and was confused. People really use paper planners these days? I just put everything on my phone calendar. What is the benefit of a planner? That’s a serious question. I’m curious if I’m missing out on something great. Thanks in advance for any insight! 🙂

    • Mary, for me digital planning just doesn’t work. I hate entering stuff on my phone, and mostly I need to be able to see everything in front of me in one place, which a paper planner lets me do much better than an electronic one. But the big thing is I just get a kick out of decorating them. It’s like going back to art class. I enjoy playing with paper and stamps and paint, and I like the idea of scrapbooking, but I don’t take a lot of pictures and I don’t have kids, so there’s not much for me to scrapbook. Making stuff for my planner is what I do instead. Also, because I don’t have kids (or their hectic schedules), and my job is pretty much me working alone behind a desk (I have maybe one meeting a year, and my deadlines are pretty regular–the same thing is due every week or month at the same time) I don’t actually need a very functional planner. I can make it look like a scrapbook store threw up all over it and it still work for me.

    • Yes Mary you are missing out on something great! I’m a newbie planner but the “planner community” is huge. Currently their is large planner convention happening in New Orleans & another planned for next year. There are tons of Etsy shops that sell handmade stickers & other planner accessories too. I have EC (Erin Condren vertical planner) and a Happy Planner that I’ll start using this summer. Check Instagram under the hashtag #plannerjunkie #plannergirl #planneraddict & you will see tons of weekly spreads. Also check on You Tube for PWM (plan with me) videos. Hope that gives you insight and maybe you’ll join “us” soon.

      • Agreed!

    • There is something wonderful about paper planning but it’s hard to explain. I still partially use my phone but my analog planner is comforting and satisfying in ways that are hard to describe. Putting pen to paper, being artistic as you want, making mistakes, seeing everything you did in a week or month all already before you. The planners of today are partially art journal, memory book, list keeper, planners. I bullet journal and add art, stickers, do my own layouts, etc. Try it and see what you are missing…

  3. There is a washi tape subscription?! I really didn’t need to know that, because now I’m going to have to sign up. I’m pretty sure there should be a line item in my monthly budget for washi tape.

    I have this subscription, and I think it’s a good deal, but I’m considering pausing it for a while because I have so. many. planner stickers. And atm I’m moving away from the Erin Condren sticker-covered spreads and more into diy, collages, or even art journal-ly inserts. Making planner layouts is like adult coloring for me – pure veg time. Now I just need to suck some of my friends into the planning blak hole so that I don’t have to accost strangers on the Internet with Filofax talk.

  4. Although I would never be able so splurge $26 a month for planner stickers, I do love this box. I thought it was especially cute that they have stickers for planning your subscription box arrivals! Of course, for most of us here at MSA, we’d need at least 10 of those, or is that just me? Ahem, moving on…

  5. I really Ike the first set the best and their etsy shop is great!

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