Happy Mail – January 2016 Review

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Happy Mail
$15.00 Per Month with one-year commitment; $18.00 with six-month commitment; $20.00 month to month

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Happy mail is a monthly card and office subscription which makes me smile. With $50.00 worth of cards, stickers, and mini posters in every envelope, you really can’t go wrong.

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The mini poster this month says, “Remember to Yes Please Your Life.” As a major Amy Poehler fan, I totally appreciate this little reminder to yes please all the good.

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These three cards are so cute. I swear, I could use about ten of those pineapple thank you cards!

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The cinnamon card says, “You’re on a roll!”

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The ice cream card says, “It’s Sherbet Day! Gonna Party Like It’s Sherbet Day!”

I may or may not have watched this vine 100 times.

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This produce card says, “Excited To Watch Your Family Grow. Congrats!” I live in Utah. I always need baby cards. :)

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This flower card says, “Just Because.” I think it is so sweet and would go really cute with a little flower arrangement. The “You’re Kind of a Big Deal” card is going to my niece because she is obsessed with dill pickles.

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I still have some of these days of the week strips from a previous Happy Mail. They would be perfect for planners. These stickers, though, are my favorite item in the box. Cassette tapes! Yes! All the feels.

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This is a cute little postcard. Would be darling for someone headed on a trip.

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I love the pink on both of these cards. My husband and I have been together for TWENTY years tomorrow, so I’m giving him the God only knows what I’d be without you card.

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The envelope for the Congrats card is a total trip.

Happy Mail is great fun. They also have a scrapbook box called Messy box that looks great. Check out their unboxing video HERE. Also, in honor of Emma’s 30th birthday, they are having a 30% off sale HERE. USe Code Emma30 to get free domestic shipping.

Purchased. No Affiliate Links. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.

 

 

Sarah

I live in Utah with my carnivorous husband, three swell daughters, and two semi-trained dogs at the base of some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. Sometimes I write for money, but usually I just play Candy Crush.

I am a vegan, homeschooling mom who might be a tad obsessed with subscription boxes. My infatuation is evidenced by my uncanny ability to recognize the sound of my mail carrier’s truck engine. I’d like to say don’t judge me, but if I were you, I’d judge me. I love vegan/eco-friendly, literary and thoughtfully curated boxes.
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