Paperworks Subscription Box Review – July 2016
Get Paperworks is a stationery subscription box, that has three levels of subscription service: digital, print, and print plus. This is a review of their print subscription.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Get Paperworks
The Cost: Digital – $9.00/month, Print – $19.00/month, Print Plus – $29.00/month – all with free shipping.
The Products: “Each month, we release a new collection of designs – calendars, menu charts, note cards, an art print and much more.”
Ships to: United States, but I would think any one can subscribe to the digital plan!
Good to know: Each Paperworks subscriber gets complete access to the digital library on Get Paperworks, where there are hundreds of free printables, like calendars, art prints, note sheets, password trackers, and more!
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8 Paperworks Notecards
These are absolutely my style this month. This set of note cards is blank on the back, with 2 ‘hello’ cards, 2 ‘thank you’ cards, 2 ‘A little note’ cards, and two blank cards. I really love all of the cards that I get with this box – the fact that they’re multipurpose is perfect for me!
4 Scripture Cards
I love the scripture cards that I receive in this box. They provide a bit of a pick me up and encouragement for those hard days. There are four of them: John 1: 16-17, Proverbs 29:17, Proverbs 4:23, and Acts 17:24.
This is my favorite art print that I’ve received in this box so far. I love food and I love traveling, so it is perfect for me. Plus, as I’ve already said, the colors and designs are my style this month, so I love that this will go perfectly in my office.
This is the size of a sheet of card stock, and again, is beautifully designed. I’ve used some washi tape and affixed it to the wall in front of my computer, so I can keep track of all my meetings this month.
4 note pages
This month the note pages have the saying “Notes & Ideas” at the top. These are card stock, similar to the calendar and will hold up pretty well if you put long term notes on them. I still need to catch up on my usage of the note sheets – I’m the type the hoards cute things like this and never ends up using them. I am doing my best to remember though!
Verdict: Since everything is designed exclusive to this box, I can’t really assign a value to any of it. For the $19.00, I think that access to all of the printables on the website plus what I received is definitely worth it. If you have a high quality printer, and don’t mind using your ink, I think the digital option would also be great! I’ve glanced through the gallery online (what I have access to as a subscriber), and I really like most of what I see!
I’ve had another stationery subscription for a while that also sends out an art print and cards, and I think I prefer Get Paperworks. The designs are more ‘mature’ and they are really usable for most situations.
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