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Pennie Post Subscription Review – February 2018

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Pennie Post is a monthly stationery subscription service by indie stationery company, Elsie J. Prints and is all about the fun of sending and receiving mail. Each month, you’ll receive a new assortment of unique, quirky items that could include notecards, cards for all sorts of occasions, postcards, and other products to help you up your greeting game. The cards are typically blank inside, too, so you can customize your message!

Pennie Post envelope with contents popping out

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

contents of february 2018 pennie post

About Pennie Post

The Subscription Box: Pennie Post

The Cost: $11.63 per month + free shipping, or purchase a one-time pack for $12.50.

The Products: At least 3 stationery items a month, which may include cards, notecards, postcards, and more.

Ships to: U.S. and Worldwide

Pennie Post February 2018 Review

Pennie Post info sheet February 2018

Pennie Post has a theme each month, and February is “A Little Love”. 

Lovely Little Cactus Card back of Lovely Little Cactus Card

Lovely Little Cactus Card

The first card features three cacti blooming with hearts in pink and red pots. I think cacti are undeniably cute and the illustration with a sort of watercolor vibe to it will surely make someone you love’s heart bloom just like them.

Pop Art Lips Card back of Pop Art Lips Card

Pop Art Lips Card

As someone who adores lipstick, I just love these pink and red pouts all over this card with a polka dotted background. I have so many far off friends I can’t cover in kisses IRL, so this card should be able to get my feeling across. I like the lone heart thrown in there too!

Love You To The Moon Card back of Love You To The Moon Card

Love You To The Moon Card

This teeny little line drawing is so simple and delicate. It features a rocket ship blasting into space in primary colors with the words “Love you to the moon…” then “…and back”. I’d hate it if anyone only loved me all the way to the moon, you know? Good thing this card specifies that it’s all the way back as well. 😉

Love Letter Balloons Card back of Love Letter Balloons Card

Love Letter Balloons Card

These hot pink letters are so realistic I feel like I could pop them with a pin. It’s hard to pick up in the photos, but this whole card has a subtle pearl finish all over which really makes the metallic balloons seem even more real. This makes a great card to mail out to a cutie this month.

Verdict: Pennie Post had the perfect theme for February and included four cards full of heart. My faves are the pearl-finish LOVE card and the cacti, of course, but these will all be sent off to my family and Galentines soon enough.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! You have until the 15th to subscribe and receive these cards.

Value Breakdown: At $11.63 for this subscription, you’re paying $2.90 for each card.

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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, natural skin care products, and anything with food.

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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