I really liked the first Sherbetbox – the illustrations are great and it’s a good mix of cards and stationary. However you can only buy a 3 month subscription at the moment, and I’m not sure I’m in a place to spend £45 up front. But it’s a kit I’ll be keeping my eye on, and hopefully come back in at a later date.
You can find more information about how to get your own sherbetbox from:
I was really excited to get both these sets as I’d been keeping a keen eye out for them in the post. However they both came of friday, after the results of the EU referendum had been announced, and so I was really low and obviously you can tell. I still love both kits, but they weren’t going to be enough to raise my spirits.
Again, I really loved the Papergang box, particularly because Gemma Correll is fantastic, but I’ve put my subscription on hold until I have a better idea of what I can afford on a monthly basis. But it’s worth looking into and I think it was good value for money.
I’m a bit HappieScrappie fan, and so I’m definitely sticking with that subscription at the moment, and I’m looking forward to the June kits which I know has arrived in the country, and will hopefully be delivered by the end of the week. So stay tuned for another unboxing then.
You can find detail about the papergang subscription box here:
You can find more of Gemma Correll’s stuff here:
and more information about the happiescrappie kits here:
BTW, does anyone has any sensible ideas of how to support EU nationals in our communities from increasing ‘Brexit’ animosity?
Yesterday I did a short unboxing of the Pursedori I bought from Lyra and Co. It think it’s going to prove really useful, for when I’m out and about, and doing necessarily want to be using my main planner. Plus it’s really cute. 🙂