This post is sponsored by Papier Mail. All opinions are 100% mine as always.
It’s finally the weekend, and with so many things going on this month, I love making sure a have a notebook to write down notes and create weekly, monthly, and yearly checklists
I know, it’s a little extra but that’s how I operate, haha. While we might be living in the technology age, I’m still a very paperlicious gal there’s nothing better than actually writing it down, you know?.
That’s why I’m sooo excited to share with you the cutest stationary subscription box ever and it’s called Papier Mail. While the company is fairly new, here are four reasons why they stand out.
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Every Month is a New Theme
As stated on their website, they send out 5-7 paperlicious goodies like planners, wall art, calendars, and postcards
they’re 100% perfect for that Instagram flatlay, ya know? you could use each month.
Plus, you don’t ever have to worry if you run out of paper either. 😉
Also, I love how the stationary set changes to fit the theme of every month. So, you can expect summer sets during the summer and festive ones during the winter months.
Personally, I’m really excited for the winter ones, just saying.
Papier Mail Supports Local Artists
Being one myself as well as collaborating with other artists in my community for a while now, I’ve realized the importance of supporting the arts
how else do we have museums or the cool wall murals you’d use as backdrops for Instagram?. As a consumer, I’m slowly finding myself purchasing prints and clothing from small businesses.
So, when I heard that Papier Mail does this as well, it personally feels like a win-win for me.
The Paper that gives Back
Papier Mail has teamed up with One Tree Planted to plant one tree with every subscription sold. With everything that’s going on today, it’s important that we find ways to give back, especially to Mother Nature.
It may seem counterproductive that a stationary subscription box is promising something like this, but here’s the fact: the 5-7 pieces of stationary a person would get doesn’t take up a whole tree.
By planting more than cutting down, we’re helping our Earth stay strong for future generations to come.
Earlier I mentioned that the company is fairly new, so this means they’re giving away some awesome
or should I say aesthetically pleasing to the eye printables right now!
For instance, if you sign up at their website right now by clicking here, you have the chance to win 12 months of paperlicious goodies sitting pretty at your doorstep and you’ll also receive those freebie prints I mentioned to you earlier.
And really, who doesn’t love a good freebie?
Especially if it’s as cute as Papier Mail’s stationary.