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Happy Paper Club from the green gables review

You know how I love my subscription boxes and today another one landed on my doorstep. I love stationery so bought myself the October taster box from the Happy Paper Club from the green gables.

Happy Paper Club is a monthly stationery subscription service that delivers boxes filled with papery goodness, happy and inspirational messages, and more to boost your happiness and spread a little joy.

You can never have enough happy mail and I can’t wait to get a job so I can afford to receive regular subscription boxes! As with other subscription boxes, my Happy Paper Club box arrived in a slim cardboard box which fitted through the letterbox. Inside was note from Gabrielle  and I love the fact she mentioned embracing the concept of hygge which I fully intend to do this winter.

Take a look at all the goodies it contained:

Happy Paper Club

Along with a selection of the green gables’ stationery, each box includes exciting new items that are exclusive to Happy Paper Club. I paid £12.95 for a one-off taster box which I think was great value.

My Happy Paper Club box contained an A5 note pad and pen made from recycled CD cases which I am already using. I love making lists and this is a fun to do pad with lots of space to write things in order of importance.

Happy Paper Club

I love writing notes to my family so love the postcard and envelope. I think my children have picked up my letter writing habit so I like to have lots of stationery around. I have a couple of glass frames around and enjoy changing the cards I display so really like the inspirational mini print and Happiness Manifesto.

Happy Paper Club

There was a set of 4 bookmarks too which are great as I love holding a physical book. My next book is the new one from Kate Morton, The Lake House, so bookmarks are always useful.

Happy Paper Club subscription box

The final item was a cute little handbag sized mirror featuring a stitched cupcake which has been taken by my 3 year old.

I was really impressed by my taster box and am very tempted to order the November box which apparently has a Christmas theme. You can find out more about the Happy Paper Club on the green gables website. You can buy a 6 month subscription for £10 a month which is great value for stationery lovers.

You might be interested to read some of my other subscription box reviews:

October Lucky Dip Club box

July Japan Candy Box

July Kawaii Box

July Super Cute Box

June Stocking Box

July Lucky Dip Club

January Weekend Box


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    October 30, 2015 at 12:15 am

    I love stationary! This sounds like a must for me. Now I need to decide which other box to cancel. hmm

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    October 30, 2015 at 8:36 am

    Oh this is so cute and not only am I a book drunkard, I also love a to do list pad x

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