Super Cute Box Subscription Review – July 2017
Super Cute Box is a subscription box from the UK that sends you a mix of cute Stationery, Jewelry, Homeware, Accessories, and Crafts.
(It’s mailed in a tiny box, so there won’t be any large items!)
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The Subscription Box: Super Cute Box
The Cost: £19.00 GBP for International (£16.00 to the UK) (This is about $24.)
The Products: A mix of cute Stationery, Jewelry, Homeware, Accessories, and Crafts.
Ships to: Worldwide!
Good to Know: They accept Paypal!
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The box included a cute info card about the theme, as well as a visual list of the products inside the box. There’s also a card about the Stami Fish Pin Club!
With your first Super Cute Box, you’ll get a bracelet and the charm of the month. (See our first box review.) Then, with every new box, you’ll get another charm to add to the bracelet. This month, the charm is this little shamrock in a jar. It seems a little St. Patrick’s Day-ish to me, but hey, cute is cute all year ’round! This charm is really tiny. It can sit on the tip of my index finger with room to spare!
Pokemon Go Folder
I love me some Pokemon! This translucent plastic folder is big enough to hold standard 8.5 x 11-inch papers, as well as smaller notes and such. Maybe I’ll store my leases, contracts, and other information in here for safe keeping—is it still “adulting” if I keep my important documents in a Pokemon folder?
Mermazing Charm Bracelet
I’m not as into the whole mermaid trend as most people are, so I was only a little “charmed” (heh heh, see what I did there) by this bracelet. Still, I think it’s pretty cute, and the idea of it subbing in for a typical greeting card (see the envelope it comes with?) is intriguing to me. What a fun gift this might be for a friend I haven’t seen in awhile… I’ll have to flip through my address book and pick the perfect recipient…
Cath Kidson Chicken Notes
The style of this note set is a little bit more traditional than what I’d typically reach for, but I know that Cath Kidson’s cute yet rustic brand of products is really popular. Plus, I’m forever taking notes and making lists on odd scraps of paper—these notepads (and accompanying polka-dot pencil) are a way more polished way to jot down little things to remember.
Hello Kitty Pen
Hello Kitty is the queen of cute, so I’m not surprised to see her in this box. I love the pinkness of this pen—I kind of wish the pen ink was pink, too, rather than blue. The Hello Kitty aspect of the pen is relatively minimal (just a picture of her up at the top by the clicker). I would’ve loved to see a full-on pattern, but I’ll settle for this handy version.
Alice in Wonderland Cat Postcard
Not going to lie, this design is a little spooky, but it’s still fun to have another postcard for my collection of stationery. This little matte card would be a whimsical way to check in with a far-away friend. I’ve never seen a postcard laid out this way—it’s pretty cute! I guess I’ll pop the address on those lines at the top.
Unicorn Time Printed Ankle Socks
These socks are really sweet, if not the greatest quality. When you put them on, or stretch them in any way, the pattern stretches out, too, and ends up looking a little warped or faded. But they’re comfy to pad around the house in, and the design will give me a smile every time I see them in my drawer!
Two Candy Notecards
I’m also not a huge fan of cutesy candy themes (I’m a chocolate gal myself, so maybe if these were big milk chocolate bars, I would’ve been more excited), but I could see these making a sweet (I’m on fire with the puns today!) way to announce a birthday party or jot down a recipe for a beloved new confection. They’re big cards (the writing space is about the size of a larger index card) and come with transparent, wax-paper-like envelopes.
Verdict: This box is, as expected, cute! While not everything blew me away, either in terms of concept or quality, I do think the pieces are pretty fun. Dividing the cost of the box (about $24) by the number of items I received, each product would come out to about $3-ish, which I think is more than fair (and what I’d expect to pay for similar items in a stationery store).
What do you think of the Super Cute Box?