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Cloth & Paper Stationery Subscription Box Review – August 2017

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The Cloth & Paper Stationery Subscription Box is a monthly stationery subscription box from lifestyle and stationery shop, Cloth & Paper.

In addition to the Stationery Subscription Box, Cloth & Paper offers a pens-and-pencils-focused subscription called “Penspiration,” as well as a subscription that’s the two boxes combined into one.

With the Stationery subscription (what I’m reviewing today), you can expect 5-8 items, including desk items like paper pads, pens, note cards, and journals, as well as some occasional lifestyle goodies. According to their site, this box focuses on much-loved brands, too, including CLEANSE by Lauren Napier, MUSE BEAUTY, Smitten On Paper, Rifle Paper Co, Studio Sarah London, Katie Leamon, Tools to LiveBy, and their own designs.

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This review is of the Cloth & Paper Stationery, $38 a month, box. 

The Subscription Box: Cloth & Paper

The Cost: The Penspiration subscription is $18.00 a month, the Stationery Box is $38.00 a month, and the Penspiration & Stationery Box is $48.00 a month. Save with 3, 6, and 12-month pre-pay plans. Free U.S. shipping.

The Products: 5-8 stationery (and sometimes, lifestyle finds) from notable brands, as well as from Cloth & Paper’s collection.

Ships to: Worldwide

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I didn’t seem to get the usual info card this month, but this thank you card made it!

Today Notepad by Smitten on Paper – Value $14

How gorgeous is pad full of daily planner cards with rose gold foiling? They are so pretty that I don’t want to use them (which is how I feel about a lot of Cloth & Paper items). Each of the 25 sheets is on heavy cardstock with space to write the date, circle the day of the week, list out what you need to get done, as well as a space to doodle. Even better, there are two check boxes with the choices “Impressive” or “I did my best”. Honestly, doing my best is all I can offer the world, so if it isn’t impressive, ah well!

“Note” Notecards, Set of 12

I tend to have a lot of colorful and childish stationery because of my love for kawaii items, but sometimes I need to adult it up when composing a note. These simple classy cards would be perfect to include with a hostess gift. They’re on a nice heavy card stock so it shouldn’t get crumpled in transit.

Numbers Postcards, Set of 12

I love to write letters, but sometimes I don’t have too much to say and just want my friends to know I’m thinking of them. These minimally designed number postcards remind me of address numbers on a house that fill up the front, with space to write on the back.

“You’re Glamorous Just Thought I’d Tell You” Notecard with Envelope

I mean, I know a LOT of fierce women (and men), so no problem finding someone to send this off to. Every now and again, we can forget how glamorous we really are, because life can beat you down. Luckily, us ladies have one another to remind the ones who need it, and this card can help. Once your friend receives this affirming card, she can post it up as a print to reflect on each day.

“Rosè Possè” Notecard with Envelope

I’m not really part of the Rosè fan club, but I know a lot of people who are, so I have plenty of choices of who to send this to. I like the simplicity of this notecard and it’s blush colored envelope is the perfect companion to the content.

Out of the Office Notebook

This understated black notebook with blank pages would be perfect for a vacation journal! The simple staple-bound book has the freeing words “Out of the Office” on the cover in a pale blue and is branded in gold with the Cloth & Paper logo on the back. You can never have too many notebooks, but if you find that you do, they make excellent gifts for anyone as well.

Verdict: For $38, I got a lot of high quality, beautifully designed stationery items from Cloth & Paper Stationery Box. I’m not sure if they stopped doing info cards or if I just missed mine, so I don’t have values for anything but the Smitten on Paper item included this month. Since I know that is $14, the rest of the items would have to add up to at least $24 to make it worth the cost and I think they certainly do. I love having classy items to turn to when I need to write a note or plan my day, so Cloth & Paper never disappoints.

Do you subscribe to Cloth & Paper Stationery Box? How did you feel about this month?

Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a stationery addict, lip product connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. Her favorite subscriptions contain office supplies, anything kawaii, and all things food. She is also proudly the unofficial “Meat Editor” of My 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.

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