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A Beautiful Mess Happy Mail Review – June 2016

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Happy Mail is a monthly subscription from A Beautiful Mess! I’ve am a huge fan of the ladies behind A Beautiful Mess, they are DIY queens and everything they do is cute!

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The Subscription: Happy Mail

The Cost: $20 ($15 with annual subscription commitment)

The Products: Subscribers get $50 (retail value) of stationery, cards, notepads, stickers, journals, etc.

Ships to: Worldwide! (International shipping is only $2!)

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The June Happy Mail came with a 10″ x 8″ print perfect for framing. It also announces the theme and color scheme for this month’s box. Everything in the box is in bright, summery hues.


In addition to cards, this month’s Happy Mail came with a gel pen, peach-color circle stickers, and a plastic macaron. The pen is very cute and loaded with ink in 5 different colors so the ink color will change as you use it. It is not the best gel pen, you’ll get skips if you write too quickly, but it is still adorable. The circle stickers are great for sealing up envelopes and add an extra pop of color.


Here’s another look at the macaron. It is mint green and made of plastic. I thought it might have lip gloss inside but it’s empty. Secret tiny storage!


You Did It! Card

This small flat card has a mint green diamond print and comes in a bright yellow, square flap envelope.


On the reverse, it says “You did it!” I like this as any anytime congrats card for a job, life, or thing done well.


Pink Palm Trees Card

This pink flat card has a tropical touch with three palm trees.


The back of the card reads “wish you were here” in a sweet hand-written style font.


Being Apart Card

As someone who is 2 weeks sugar-sober, I get it. I love this gender neutral approach to a “miss you” card. It comes with a blue square flat envelope that suits the yellow print on the card so well!


Legit Cake Card

I like this photo print flat card a lot, though I don’t know who I’d send it to or for what. It would look really cute taped up on my wall above my desk, I’m all for keeping cute cards as decor. It comes with a bright blue envelope with a self-adhesive strip.


No Regrets Card

This flat card has a photo of neatly arranged erasers and reads “No Regrets.” Very cute! It comes with a white envelope with a square flap.


For Ever and Ever Card

I love the brush stroke design on this flat card. This would make a good anniversary card or anytime card for a friend, spouse, or girlfriend/boyfriend. The peachy-coral envelope is perfect.


Love Floral Card

This flat square card is feminine and beautifully designed. I love the roses paired with a bold white sans-serif font. It comes with a pink square flap envelope.


Bike Basket Card

This is my least favorite of the cards but it is still very sweet. It reminds me of a few years ago when everything had a bike printed on it. It comes with a light green envelope with a square flap.


Heart Eyes Engagement Card

I think the illustration on this folded card is adorable. I like the black, white, and red print and am into the gray envelope it comes with.


The inside reads “Congrats On Your Engagement!”

Verdict: This was my first A Beautiful Mess Happy Mail and I was totally charmed by it. I love the bright and cheerful designs and feel very set with all the cards. The pen, macaron, and stickers were a nice touch and I even liked the shipping envelope everything came in. There was a nice mix of flat and folded cards and nearly all the envelopes were colorful. I’ve heard there can be too many significant other cards in Happy Mail but I think this month’s mix leaned more toward general affection, applicable to friends as well as significant others.

What do you think of the June Happy Mail Box?

Written by Emily Cosnotti

Emily Cosnotti

Emily is a design enthusiast who loves beautiful objects. She’s really into Snapchat, corgis, interior design, and Glamglow masks. She is currently fostering a healthy subscription addiction.
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 Comment

  1. I’m really not a fan of the flat cards, they seem cheap and feel like somethings missing – the other side of the card!

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