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Pipsticks Pro Club Petite Review + Coupon – November 2017

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Pipsticks envelope

The Pipsticks Pro Club Petite subscription is a monthly sticker subscription program from Pipsticks, an indie sticker company that believes firmly in the power of putting a smile on your face.

contents of Pipsticks coming out of envelope

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. 

full contents of pipsticks november 2017

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 postcard. 

Ships to: U.S. and internationally (extra $3.00 shipping charge for international destinations)

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Pippy zine cover

Pipsticks comes with a cool zine with each sticker shipment.

pages 1 and 2 of Pippy zine

It starts with a letter from Mo, the founder.

pages 3 and 4 of Pippy zine

There are dedicated pages for the monthly giveaway, their new monthly Instagram contest, as well as a little section where you meet part of the team.

pages 5 and 6 of Pippy zine

The last 2 pages are lined for you to write or doodle or stick stickers all over.

back of pipsticks zine

The back tells you how to get MOAR STICKERS from their shop online.

let's eat postcard back of let's eat postcard

Pipsticks’ postcard this month has the phrase “Let’s Eat” repeated in Fall colors down the front. There is, of course, a place to write a note and address on the other side.

bear and mushroom stickers close up of bear and mushroom stickers

Kraft Paper Bear and Mushroom Stickers

Fall and Winter are very forest-y in their vibes to me over here on the east(ish) coast. These kraft paper bear stickers remind me that my hibernation from socializing is upon us, so I must prepare by eating heavy foods that I most likely will cook in a slow cooker. That’s where the mushrooms come in. They’ll be going in the Beef Stroganoff, my favorite cold-weather meal.

car stickers close up of car stickers

Colorful Car Stickers

These cute little colorful car stickers have all sorts of crazy patterns all over them. It makes me wish vehicles were more like this in real life, don’t you agree? I think I like the triangle pattern best!

cutting board and pot stickers close up of cutting board and pot stickers

Cutting Board and Pot Stickers

I just love when inanimate objects are given faces and that’s just what they’ve done with these pastel-hued kitchen stickers. There’s a muted rainbow of cutting boards with knives alternating with colorful cast iron pots with lids. Some have faces and some have hearts, but either way, they are cute as heck!

dog stickers close up of dog stickers

Dog Stickers

Even though I’m a cat person, I can appreciate these doggie stickers that offer a variety of breeds and sizes. I’m partial to small fluffy dogs IRL, but all of the ones featured here look like they’re just trying to have some fun. There are some bow ties, bones, and balls to keep them occupied as well.

matryoshka doll stickers close up of matryoshka doll stickers

Kraft Paper Matryoshka Doll Stickers

Another set of kraft paper stickers bring us the classic Matryoshka Dolls, donned in blue, brown, and red. The set comes complete with a floral rose border up top to seal a special envelope before delivering. I don’t think I’ve seen a Matryoshka with braids before, so she has to be my favorite of the group!

random paper stickers close up of random paper stickers

Totally Random Washi Stickers

These are so random that I couldn’t find a common theme. That’s just what I like in my stickers though. Socks, tape measures, pretzels, fruit, a camera, and random sayings like “Monday Blues” (I feel that) and simply the word “Feelings”. Yes. What’s your favorite?

french bull dog sticker close up of french bull dog sticker

Large French Bull Dog Sticker

Dogs wearing sweaters is one of the best things mankind has done since the beginning of time. This French Bully is exclusively designed for Pipsticks and warms my heart. I am loving the mint and blue colorway they chose as well as the fact that this dog is crosshatched.

yellow raffle ticket

Raffle Ticket

This month’s prize is a huge haul of 50 rolls of washi tape! Do you think I’ll finally win?!

Verdict: For $9.95 a month with free shipping, Pipsticks Pro Club Petite sent me a postcard, six sticker sheets, and a jumbo french bulldog sticker. I can never have enough stickers, but I also love sending full sheets to faraway friends to spread the same joy I receive when my Pipsticks envelope shows up. Bonus: you can totally use these to decorate gift tags and wrapping paper for the holidays!

To Wrap Up:

Coupon – Use code OMG10 to save 10% off!

Value Breakdown: At $9.95 for this pack, I only paid about $1.24 per item.

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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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