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Paperworks Subscription Box Review – August 2016

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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. 


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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 Paper Works 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 

This month’s theme looks like it is summer time fruit! I love these note cards, an the art on them is cute and simple enough to work for any occasion. They definitely look like watercolor paintings, but I believe they’re all done by computer, which is super impressive!


4 Scripture Cards

This month the scripture cards are Psalm 17:8, John 5:16, James 3:17, and Matt 12:33. I love that they coordinated the scriptures to the theme this month – each scripture is about being the apple of God’s eye and bearing fruit! 


Eating your Fruits and Veggies Art Print

This would be really cute framed in your kitchen as a reminder to eat your fruits and veggies! The art work again looks like it was made with watercolor. I love the simpler art prints from Get Paperworks; each month seems to be pretty universal in taste – there’s nothing super offensive or taste specific on the illustrations.

September Calendar

When I first looked at this calendar, I thought it might not have numbers for the dates. 


If you look really closely here, you’ll see the faint numbers. They are really light gray, and  will be pretty difficult to see for most people! That’s a bit of a disappointment, but I do like the calendar!


4 Note Pages 

The note pages this month have little green apples along the top. If you look closely, it says “notes” up there too. I really like these. The thing about these note sheets that you should know is that they are very thick card stock, so if you have something you need to refer back to regularly, these are the perfect sheets to use – they’re cute and long lasting. 

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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Written by Bekki Menzies

Bekki Menzies

Bekki first discovered subscription boxes in 2014 and they quickly took over her life! (Not quite, but pretty close.) She started with POPSUGAR Must Have, then moved to Little Lace Box, Birchbox, Hamptons Lane…the rest was history. Her favorite product find is Beekman 1802 Fudge (so, so good) and her favorite boxes are Birchbox and Hamptons Lane…but she’s always looking for a new subscription to try!

Posted in Paper Works Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: paper works | 2 comments

Comments (2)

  1. This looks fun! I wouldn’t pay $19 for this alone, but am intrigued by having access to a lot more printables onlline!

  2. I like the overall quality and would be interested, except I would need a print subscription and it does not look like there is a way to opt out of the scripture cards.

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