Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Yoohoo Mail Stationery Subscription Box

There seems to be a subscription for just about everything nowadays.. from beauty to animal care you name it.. so when this October addition of the Yoohoo mail stationary subscription box* landed in my lap i was SO excited to open it up and have a peak in side! I have a slight stationary addiction and always find myself wandering down the stationary isle in Tesco.. so this box fitted me very well!

The Yoohoo box was invented by a lady called Gemma, a graphic designer who designs real pretty paper products! They are all so gorgeously designed as well as being very bright and eye catching - i couldn't wait to share this exciting discovery with my lovely followers. Every month you will receive a mystery selection of creative paper products all designed by Gemma herself- this could be anything from notecards, postcards and greeting cards to planner pages! Each box costs £12 + a postage fee of £2 and can be done as either a monthly subscription or a one of payment.. all i know is that this definitely will not be my last box. As well as these boxes she also sells prints and greeting cards.. I in particular want the 'bloggers gonna blog' print.. i love it so much!

The first thing that caught my eye where these very vibrant greetings cards, they range from birthday cards, congratulations and thank you cards. There was a very generous 6 cards included in this October box and not one that i didn't like. I'm one of those people who hoards cards and has a  'just in case' draw so i never run out even when i may have forgotten a birthday.. so these where the perfect addition to add in! My favourite has to be the 'Pina Colada' card with the recipe on the back and also the cute little rabbit that says 'Hoppy Birthday!' very well designed and printed on quality paper. I also love all the different coloured envelopes - a very lovely touch!

Next up is a pack of 3 postcards including 'Ello Ello Ello', 'Oh Hi There' & last but not least and my favourite, a nautical themed postcode with 'Ahoy There' written boldy on the front. As well as writing notes to fellow friends or colleagues i can imagine people popping these in frames to decorate their homes or office spaces. The quality of the paper is once again lovely and thick and they have a real shine to them meaning they would make the perfect home accessory!

Lastly my favourite item in the whole box is a list maker, something that i have wanted for a while but just haven't got round to buying.. so upon opening the box i was thrilled! This is way too nice to use once and throw away, so i have decided to laminate mine and get a wipe off pen so i can use it weekly for blog planning. The next also connected to this and one i have also laminated is a weekly planner, this is a really handy addition - especially for us bloggers!

If you want to check out Yoohoo mail subscription boxes (and i highly recommend you do & support a lovely small businesses) you can find them on twitter, facebook, instagram or directly on their website. 

What's your favourite item from the subscription box?
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*Products marked with an asterix (*) have been gifted / PR Sample  


  1. This box is such a cute idea! I love how colourful and pretty the designs are, plus laminating the list is such a great idea! :)

    Style Sunrise☀


    1. It really is, i think that the 3 month subscription is also a really lovely gift idea! xx

  2. This is such a good idea and something a little different. I love the style and theme Gemma has gone for.

    1. She is a very talented Designer! I Love them all very much.. xx

  3. Love this ! I am a massive stationary lover and also slightly unorganised so having a supply of backup cards delivered to my door sounds amazing. Your idea of laminating the To-Do list is very smart indeed, I like it !

    Almost Everything

    1. Thanks lovely, i agree! It really is handy.. and also a fantastic way to decorate a small space :) xx


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