Pipsticks Pro Club Petite Box Review + Coupon – May 2017
Pipsticks has a few different sticker subscriptions, including ones tailored to kids (check 0ut Jessica’s reviews here!). This review is for their Pro Club Petite subscription, which is the smaller option for grown-ups (a.k.a. sticker “Pros”).
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This review is of the Pro Club Petite for Grown-Ups, $9.95 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Pipsticks Pro Club Petite
The Cost: $9.95 per monthly package. Free shipping in the continental U.S. Add an extra shipping charge of $3.00/month for international. Pipsticks has other subscriptions as well: Kids Club Classic ($14.95 per month), Kids Club Petite ($9.95 per month), and Pro Club Classic ($14.95 per month).
LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use coupon code INSTAXPRO25 to save 25% off your first month of the Pipsticks Classic subscription. Or, use coupon code INSTAXKIDS25 to save 25% off your first month of PipSticks Kid’s Club Subscription!
COUPON: Use code OMG10 to save 10% off!
The Products: 7 or more sheets of stickers plus a mini quote card.
Ships to: U.S. and internationally (extra $3.00 shipping charge for international destinations)
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This month’s info card is on glossy, magazine-like paper, rather than the usual index card. The big news this month is that there’s now a brick-and-mortar Pipsticks store! I can’t imagine what a wonderland that must be!
The other side of the paper has this mauve grid on it. The info card always has some kind of cool pattern on the back, so I hang onto them for craft and scrapbooking needs.
There’s also a raffle ticket—next month, the winning raffle ticket number will appear on the info card. It looks like the prize in play is a set of vintage stamps!
Stay Wild Postcard-Sized Print
This design is printed on paper that’s the same weight and size as a simple index card. They include a print with an inspiring phrase every month, and I’ve been having fun collecting them and hanging them on the wall above my desk. This would look really cute framed, too!
The opposite side has this cute pattern of minimalist yellow poppies. It reminds me of a Marimekko print I love. If you don’t love the design on the other side, this side of the card is great for crafts, just like the info card pattern!
Washi-Like Cat Stickers
I love cats, so it’s not surprising that I really like these stickers. They have the matte finish of washi tape, but they’re a bit sturdier and thicker.
The metallic details are so cute, too. They give these neutral-colored kitties a bit of pizzazz. How cute are the polka dots?
Tiny Floral Hearts Stickers
I’ve got Mother’s Day on my brain, so these stickers instantly said “Mother’s Day card” to me. These stickers are small (maybe only an inch wide and tall), but they’d make a nice accent on a greeting card envelope.
These stickers are so detailed for how small they are. The fine leaves on the branches look so delicate and dainty! They have a really nice, slightly glossy finish to them and a smooth texture, too.
Paper Airplanes Stickers
These stickers have a matte paper finish, so you could scribble on them, or perhaps color in the black and white ones if you wanted.
The patterns have a vintage vibe about them that I wouldn’t have expected to be paired with paper planes, but I love it! I think these stickers are so pretty. The designs look like elegant origami paper that’s been folded into planes.
Bears in Costumes Stickers
How adorable are these bears?! Each one has a different costume on—some are animals, others are foods, all of them are super cute.
The bottom of the sheet has two stickers that are bears without costumes (“bare bears” if you will) on and a row of costumes you can put on them. I think my favorite one is the bear in the cheese costume—look at its melty toes!
Household Items Stickers
These stickers have the same finish as the kitty ones. They’re matte, but there are metallic details that help each design pop.
I love the charming color palette—the colors are cheerful, but they have a faded vintage tone that makes them feel homey, too. The mismatched socks are my fave on this sheet.
Flowers and Tea Cups Stickers
I probably wouldn’t have chosen these stickers for myself, just because they have a more traditional aesthetic. But again, Mother’s Day is coming up! These stickers are perfect for decorating Mother’s Day crafts, cards, photo albums, and beyond.
There are some surprising shapes in here, too. I like that there’s an old-school coffee grinder design!
Heart Envelope Stickers
These stickers seem a bit Valentines-y, but I’m not turned off by that. The silver accents are super cute.
There are some tiny silver hearts amidst the envelopes, too. Even if it’s not Valentine’s Day, I could see these envelopes inspiring a few smiles. Maybe I’ll stick them to days on my calendar when I want to take some time to write to out-of-town friends.
Verdict: Pipsticks Pro Club Petite is always a happy sight in my mailbox. The price of the pack is $9.95 (with free shipping for the U.S.), meaning the items are worth around a dollar each. I probably wouldn’t go to the store to spend $10.00 on stickers, but there’s something delightful about getting a surprise pack of stickers each month. Even if the designs aren’t 100% my style, I love collecting and using them month after month. I’ve had a lot of fun finding ways to use these stickers, from tucking a sheet into a greeting card to using the stickers to decorate my cell phone cover with new designs each month. I can’t wait to put this new pack (especially those adorable bears) to use!
Do you think you’ll subscribe to Pipsticks Pro Club Petite?