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Happy Mail by Oui Fresh Review – July 2018

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Happy Mail envelope

Happy Mail by Oui Fresh is a monthly stationery subscription by Emma + Elsie from the blog A Beautiful Mess. Every month, you’ll receive a mix of stationery items like cards, art prints, postcards, and some other fun surprises at an incredible value.

Happy Mail envelope with cars popping out

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full contents of july happy mail

About Happy Mail by Oui Fresh

The Subscription Box: Happy Mail

The Cost: $27.00/month to the US, $32.00/month to everywhere else. Save with a longer commitment.

The Products: Each month will have an average of 11-12 items, mostly greeting cards but there are other fun items too, like art prints, postcards, stickers, washi tape, notepads, mini journals, and other cute items.

Ships to: Worldwide. Shipping costs included in the price.

Happy Mail July 2018 Review

today is the day print close up of today is the day print back of today is the day print

Today is the Day Print

Happy Mail always sends a 7×10 print with each package and this month it’s a beautiful pink and blue sunset sky as a background to the metallic rose gold words “Today is the Day”, all underlined. If you’re a negative Nancy like myself, you may benefit from keeping this within eyesight of your workspace to keep you motivated.

sticker sheet

Summer Stickers

They also like to send stickers that look perrrrfect on the outside of a card you’re sending through the mail! Here, there’s a sheet of 12 colorful round seals with summery goodness on them like sunglasses, popsicles, drinks, and others.

i just hearddddd postcard back of i just hearddddd postcard

I Just Hearddddd Postcard

Postcards rule, and this one is super fun. It features an old style mobile phone with a speech bubble coming out saying “I Just Hearddddd!” and I cannnnn hear it! Whether it’s a new job, a move, a baby, or an engagement, this postcard can be used to congratulate a friend or on almost anything gossip-worthy!

"Hi" Card

Hi Card

Oh, hi! This petite little card is just big enough to jot down a quick note to someone you simply wanna say “hi” to. The illustration of various “hi” word bubbles has a subtle golden ombre effect and is blank on the inside. It comes with a matching yellow envelope.

"Hey You!" Card inside Hey You Card

Hey You Birthday Card

While I may not fully grasp why “Hey You” is spelled out in gum, this is certainly a unique birthday card. I tink it’s perfect for someone who doesn’t want a fuss made. It’s casual and doesn’t feel too special.

One Day at a Time Card

One Day at a Time

There are lots of reasons to get overwhelmed these days. This cards simple message with a vase of flowers and a calendar that says “One Day at a Time” is a good reminder that you should keep your eye on the present and not get too worked up about how things will pan out in the future. Sometimes you just gotta take it slow!

That was so cool of you card

That Was So Cool of You Card

If you find the words “thank you” a bit too old-fashioned, perhaps try out this card. Pink, red, and marigold type with some hyped up triangles show the excitement in this one. It comes with an orange envelope to match!

crushing it card

Crushing It! Card

I sometimes think I overuse the words “crushing it” but I kind of like it, so whatever! If someone is doing a great job, you should recognize it and this crushed metallic rose gold can illustrates it well.

beach scene card inside beach scene card

Beach, Please Card

A classic pun these days, the front of this card has a beach scene with a bikini, hat, sunglasses, and towel laid out with the phrase “Beach, Please!” on the inside. I’m not exactlty sure what the occassion should be to send this one but it should go to someone sassy.

asterisk card

Asterisk Card

Another seemingly vague card, this one is square and simply has a big ol’ asterisk on it. Is there something you forgot to say? Send it in this blue and green card!

Verdict: For $27.00, Happy Mail hooked me up with a print, postcard, sticker sheet, and seven greeting cards. If you’re always forgetting bdays and special occasions, this is a great sub to make sure you always have a card on hand to celebrate life’s wins and everything is pretty darn cute.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? This one is gone, but there’s a waitlist so you can sign up now to get notified about when subs will be open!

Value Breakdown: At $27.00 for this box, you’re paying only $2.70 per item.

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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.

1 Comment

  1. I really like how you provide ideas on who/when to send these to! I really have a difficult time figuring out what to send to who and really appreciate it!

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