Beautiful Botanicals | Happy Mail Club: July Box Review

The products featured in this post were sent to me for review purposes. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

Anyone who knows me will know that I am a bit of a stationery fanatic. I like to make my revision notes fun (… or as fun as revision notes can be!) and I love experimenting with new things. The Happy Mail Club, which was only started early this year, recently got in touch with me about their subscription box. Now, I don’t have a subscription to a beauty box because I feel as if it would be wasted on me… but a box of stationery? That you can get through your letterbox every month?! I haven’t previously tried anything similar to this, so you can understand my excitement.

The parcel itself had little stickers on the top which made me smile – you can’t really go wrong with stickers can you?! This month’s edition had an assortment of cards and wrapping paper as well as little goodies, which you can see below. I liked how there was a range of different things – and of course the contents would vary from month to month. I was not expecting to receive the tea and though I am a big fan of tea, this was my first time trying rose lemonade infusion. A very dramatic difference but an interesting taste nonetheless. For me, the factor of surprise and not knowing what you’re going to receive makes it fun but do let me know your opinions!

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You can see for yourself in the photos below, but what really struck out to me where the cards which were so beautiful. The designs are unique and I especially adore the ‘Crazy Plant Lady’ card. I admit I’m guilty of not watering my plants regularly enough but I do love them really! Each month’s box has a different theme to it. The one that I received will be shipped out in July and is titled ‘Beautiful Botanicals’.

I think the Happy Mail Club subscription box is a fun and quirky idea, especially for those who are more interested in stationery and craft and just general bits and bobs. The products are also sourced from small businesses, and so I feel that opting for this box is a great way of showing your support.

If you are interested in being part of the Happy Mail Club and getting your hands on this little box of joy, you can either subscribe to receiving monthly boxes or buy a one-off edition. If you are do decide to pre-order the Beautiful Botanicals box for July, you can get 20% off with my code hebah20. Alternatively, the month to month subscription will cost you £12 which you can find out more about and subscribe to right here.

Let me know whether any of you have tried similar subscription boxes in the comments below; I’m quite keen on trying more!

10 Replies to “Beautiful Botanicals | Happy Mail Club: July Box Review

  1. This is the first time I’ve heard of a stationery subscription box and it looks really good, i’ll have to look into it!! Great post Hebah xx

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