Like most bloggers I know, I love me a good stationery haul. If I’m in Paperchase I’ll always buy at least one thing, and I’m not afraid to say my heart beats a little faster when I go into Hobbycraft – I know you’re nodding your head in agreement right now.

So as you would have guessed, I was more than intrigued when YooHoo Mail got in touch about their stationery subscription boxes. I’ve never been a massive fan of subscription boxes, mostly because they’re usually based around beauty – I don’t really deviate from my regular products so it’s a waste.

But this box was different…

For £12 (plus £2 P&P), the box is filled with a mystery selection of paper products each designed by the creative bean that is Gemma the founder of YooHoo Mail. In October’s box I got two amazing prints, post cards, birthday cards, plain cards which I could use for different celebrations, a to-do list, and a printed calendar, both of which I’m going to frame and use at work with a wipeable pen.

There are loads of different ways you can use the bits and bobs you get in your box, like framing the postcards or decorating your desk at work – I say the latter because I’m about to do just that. I did honestly expect the quality to be fairly standard but when I opened everything but it’s all printed on a really great quality paper/card, which definitely makes it worth the money – especially if you think two prints would be more than £12 anyway.

If you like the idea of subscribing to YooHoo Mail then you can visit the website here, and even if you have a friend who would love this you can buy a three month subscription as a gift. All you have to do is enter their name and address is the checkout.

About Victoria

Hello! I'm Victoria, the founder of multi-award winning interior design blog, Apartment Number 4. I can't wait to share my tips and tricks on creating a beautiful place to live on a budget, regardless of whether you're living in your forever home or your home that's perfect for now.

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