Honeytree Post Stationery Box

Honeytree Post Stationery Box

Subscription boxes are so popular these days and they seem to be a trend that is here to stay. I mean, in a world full of email and digital communication isn’t it lovely to still receive something in the post?

As a huge stationery fan I was particularly excited by the prospect of reviewing this brand new Honeytree Post stationery box subscription.

I still love to send greetings cards for all kinds of occasions, even if it’s just for a simple hello.

Inside Honeytree Post Stationery Box

Inside this October edition on the Honeytree Post are a pretty collection of postcards, notecards, greetings cards, gift tags and a print all inspired by the season.

As you can see the theme features lots of colourful leaves, pumpkins and halloween-esque design details.

The quality of the materials used are tip top and they feel super-special to use.

For the boyf’s birthday I used a few of the cards and postcards as part of his treasure hunt gift. It was so much fun! And felt a lot more special than using generic cards picked up last minute from my local supermarket (not that I’m that forgetful … maybe…).

All work and no play

I adore this print! All work and no play …

It’s such a simple reminder and very much ‘me’. So I will be putting this up in my new office along with a few other select prints to help keep me inspired when I’m working from home.

Another things worth noting about the Honeytree Post subscription is that they have partnered with Post Pals, a charity initiative to encourage people to send cards or letter to sick children, which is a wonderful idea. So for every subscription with Honeytree Post they donate £1 to the Post Pals.

Honeytree Post subscriptions cost from £15 to £10.50 a month depending on option. It includes free delivery and you receive at least 7 items with bespoke designs all with a total retail value of at least £30. So it’s both a bargain and fun!

For stationery lovers this is the ideal subscription box for you!

For further details check out Honeytree Post subscription options here.