Postmark’d Studio PostBox Review + Coupon – May 2018
Postmark’d Studio’s PostBox delivers a monthly subscription box to your door featuring a curated collection of greeting cards, postcards, artful doodads, and beautiful paper products and always includes the postage to mail everything.
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.)
This review is for the PostBox, $25.00 per month, box.
About Postmark’d Studio PostBox
The Subscription Box: PostBox by Postmark’d Studio
The Cost: $25.00/month + $5.00 shipping
LIMITED TIME DEAL: Now through 6/30, sign up for a 3-month subscription and use code MSASUMMER to save $5 on your first box and receive a FREE “Farmer’s Market” box!
The Products: PostBox comes with greeting cards, postcards, postage, and a fun artsy doodad such as a pen, pencil, or knick-knack gadget based on a theme.
Ships to: the US only
Good to Know: You can also purchase “Special Delivery” boxes without a subscription for various prices.
Postmark’d Studio PostBox May 2018 Review
There is usually a letter-writing initiative or challenge on one side of the info card. This month highlights “A Million Thanks” which collects cards and letters for members of the military and their families to show appreciation.
This month is extra exciting because the theme is “Llama Mama”! I just adore llamas and alpaca alike, so this is just wonderful. This side of the card details all of the items with a short description.
PostBox is always presented in a really special way. All of the cards this month are bundled with pompom ribbon.
You’ll always get a postcard and a pencil with your delivery. This one has been decorated with a yellow Llama to fit this month’s theme.
Assorted Forever Stamps x 6 – Total Retail Value $3.00
These stamps are sooo classy, don’t you think? There are 3 blue and 3 red that commemorates the 2016 world stamp show in NYC.
You’ll always receive some sort of paper accessory in your box. Here, they’ve sent a pack of 5 bright yellow spiral paperclips to keep things in order.
An extra special accessory (in my opinion) is this adorable llama trinket tray! The white ceramic shallow dish is llama-shaped with turquoise, black, and white ink creating the details of this pretty baby’s face and decorative markings. I love a good trinket dish and this one happens to hold the paperclips rather well, so I can pop it on my desk. It’d also be perfect for storing small jewelry on your nightstand or dresser at home.
Skater Llama Postcard Set
A llama on rollerskates? Now I’ve seen it all. This set comes with two postcards featuring a safety-conscious llama out for a neighborhood skate, illustrated by Paper Wilderness. Even the back is cute with a place for a message, address, and stamp.
Oh Hello There Llama Card – Retail Value $5.00
Haha- this llama looks so realistic to me. As if I took a photo of one mid-chew who was startled by my presence. The line drawing is complemented by orange, red, and yellow coloring and comes with an orange envelope to match.
Happy Birthday Llama Card
Wow- this has got to be my favorite card of the month. I just love the purple and green colors of this letterpress card and the illustration is just gorgeous! The scene is of a llama on a grassy knoll pleasantly smiling while holding up a banner reading “Happy Birthday”.
I Llama You Card
Light and dark orange hues create the image of two llamas snuggling with the sentiment “I Llama You” across the top of this letterpress card. The inside is left blank for you to include any message you ‘d like and it comes with a kraft paper envelope.
Llama Tell You Card – Retail Value $5.00
Oooh- actually maybe this is my favorite one. This beautiful letterpress card from Farmwood Press spans both the front and back of the card with golden rolling hills, blue and black clouds, and golden llamas atop each peak. The front says “Lemme Tell Ya, I Miss You Lots”. Perfect for that friend or loved one that you don’t get to see too often.
Verdict: I received four cards, two postcards, some paperclips, and a super cute llama trinket tray Postmark’d Studio’s PostBox. Not all of the cards were available to buy online, but it’s so nice that Postmark’d Studio highlights smaller card makers that I would never know about otherwise.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Normally when you sign up, your first box will be the following month’s box (they ship out around the 5th). But…
From Postmark’d Studio:
We reserve a few extra boxes each month. Please email [email protected], and we will gladly assist you with your purchase of any items available at the time of your request for the cost of the box + shipping.
Coupons: Now through 6/30, sign up for a 3-month subscription and use code MSASUMMER to save $5 on your first box and receive a FREE “Farmer’s Market” box! Or, use code x to get free shipping on your first box!
Value Breakdown: At $30.00 for this box, you’re paying roughly $3.75 per item.
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Which card did you like best from the May Postmark’d Studio Postbox?