June 2019 Papergang Review

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Look at me! I’m actually posting about my Papergang box IN THE MONTH I RECIEVED IT!

Papergang is run by a UK based independent company, Ohh Deer, 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 TreeAid. I’m definitely behind this!

Every month you receive exclusive stationery and desk accessories designed in collaboration with different artists. June’s box featured work by Jack Carter and it’s in collaboration with the Marine Conservation Society – for every box sold £1 is donated to the charity.

Our oceans are under serious threat, not only from climate change but also from overfishing, lack of protection and single use plastic! MCS has been working on cleaning up the UK beaches, and more, for over 25 years. I think this is incredibly important, alongside committing to reducing carbon dioxide emissions to slow climate change – the ocean is vital for many things other than just a food source…

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

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May 2019 Papergang Review

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I’m back with another Papergang post! This time I’m catching up with May’s box.

Every month you receive exclusive stationery and desk accessories designed in collaboration with different artists. It’s run by a UK based independent company, Ohh Deer, 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 TreeAid. You can find out more about their partnership here. This is something I value; we need to become more sustainable and treat this planet better if we want somewhere to live in the future.

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

May’s Papergang box was designed by Catherine Ings from Twin Pines Creativ

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April 2019 Papergang Review

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The second catch up post on may Papergang Subscription boxes: see my last post for the full details on what this is!

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

April’s Papergang box theme was Gettin Trippy Wit’ It and is designed by Alycia from @maalavidaa, who has some incredible designs!

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March 2019 Papergang Review

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It’s Papergang time! I’m actually behind on these so there will probably be 3(!!) of these posts this month… oops!

Here’s a reminder of how Papergang works: Every month you receive exclusive stationery and desk accessories designed in collaboration with different artists. It’s run by a UK based independent company, Ohh Deer, 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 TreeAid. You can find out more about their partnership here. This is something I value; we need to become more sustainable and treat this planet better if we want somewhere to live in the future.

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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.

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