February 2019 Papergang Review

Last month I shared my review of the January Papergang subscription box. Here’s a reminder of what you get:

Every month you receive exclusive stationery and desk accessories designed in collaboration with different artists. It’s a UK based independent company that focuses on sustainability. All the packaging is recyclable and for every 4 boxes sold 1 tree will be planted in association with the charity. You can find out more about their partnership with TreeAid here. I really appreciate this as we need to become more sustainable and treat this planet better if we want somewhere to live in the future. I’ve made a lot of changes to my life to do my bit.

The subscription costs £10.95 with £2.95 postage, or you can prepay for 3, 6 or 12 months. With the montlhy subscription you can cancel whenever you like or skip a month.

February’s  Papergang box theme was Happy Vibes, design by @ohhdeer lead designer – Jade Walsh!

This is quite possibly the CUTEST STATIONERY I’VE EVER SEEN…

  • A5 perfect bound notebook: £8.95
  • Triangle sticky notes: £3.50
  • Sticky pack: £3.95
  • 3 x happy highlighters: £4.95

There’s also 2 little cute bookmarks to cut out of the packaging as well as another blank monthly calendar. Once again, I did some nail art inspired by the packaging.

I used Primark Marshmallow as a base, and then aded the cute pattern using Barry M Lemonade, Papaya & Pink Lemonade, Models Own Lilac Sheen, Kiko Milano 341 and Essence play with my mint.

I definitely recommend signing up here if you’re a big fan of stationary!

C x

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