If you’re a big blog reader or even just a curious creative you’ve probably stumbled across A Beautiful Mess once or twice. A Beautiful Mess is one of the blogs I personally look to for inspiration and when I caught wind of the ‘Happy Mail’ they’d launched I had to sign up. Here’s a look into the concept and my thoughts on my first mail delivery.
Happy Mail is essentially a monthly subscription service that delivers an assortment of cards and stationary once a month. It promises a value of $50 RRP for the low price of $15 a month if you commit to 12 months which is what I did (with conversion and a $2 international shipping fee I pay about $20). You do have the option to sign up for 6 months or a once off box but obviously it’s slightly more expensive. I decided on the 12 subscription as I’ve just moved house and I am wanting to do a few gallery walls around the house so I thought this would be the perfect way to gather some fun things for that!
Now onto the fun stuff! What was in the February Happy Mail delivery :)
This months delivery included a total of 8 cards rankings from traditional ones to postcards, 1 art print, two sticker sheets and a pencil with the cutest gold foiling on it. My favourites including this latte card and the super cute sticker sheet however I’m impressed by every single inclusion in this months delivery. Each card is unique and I adore the variety in events, prints and colours. The art print is just an added bonus and one I squealed at upon opening – it’s going to be perfect in the MTA office!
Overall I’m super happy with my first delivery and I’m excited to see what the March one includes. I think it’s a fun way to create unique gallery walls or just have some cute cards on hand because if you’re anything like me you ALWAYS forget the card.
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