The Papergang Box – July

My love affair with subscription boxes continues today, this time in the form of super cute stationary. Enter the Papergang box from Ohh Deer. A monthly subscription box with various themes and items including pencils, postcards, greetings cards, notebooks and much much more.

The Papergang Box - July 2016 Geometric Design - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - www.peachesandbear.co.ukThe Papergang Box - July 2016 Geometric Design Box Opening - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - www.peachesandbear.co.uk

The Papergang Box

The Papergang box is letterbox size, my favourite – seriously companies who produce content and send it in a box small enough to fit in a letterbox deserve a medal. It is priced at £9.95 a month (plus £1.95 UK shipping), oh this is such a bargain for the amount of content you get inside.

Pulling the colourful geometric sleeve from the box, I open to find this cute iron-on Papergang patch called ‘Drew’ – oh I cannot wait to put him on my denim jacket! And beneath the sea of blue tissue paper, the contents of the box and a small leaflet containing information on the designers. I was delighted to see many of the products being made in the UK. I’m all for supporting home “grown” products.

And so, looking at the contents of the box I feel like I subscribed to Papergang just in time….

The Papergang Box - July 2016 - Drew The Leader - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - www.peachesandbear.co.ukThe Papergang Box - July 2016 - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - www.peachesandbear.co.ukThe Papergang Box - July 2016 - Clip Board and Calendar - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - www.peachesandbear.co.uk The Papergang Box - July 2016 - Notebooks - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - www.peachesandbear.co.uk

Box Contents

– A Pack of 3 a6 geometric pattern notebooks designed by William Branton. Including one with rose gold detailing 😉
– A pencil designed by Jade Walsh with “On Point” printed on the side. I love a good pun, and a stationary pun is even better!
– A Riso printed calendar for August designed by Stuart Oliver and William Branton – super cute. I’m unsure if this is an ongoing product throughout the year but love it all the same.
– A screen printed wooden clipboard designed by William Branton. I absolutely love the geometric pattern on this and think it looks lovely with the calendar on it. I am tempted to drill a hole near the top so I can put it on my cork board wall.
– 3 greetings cards including a geometric deer, a tiger and a Pugtato. Oh come on it is cute, you cannot deny that!

The Verdict

I couldn’t recommend this box enough. There’s such a great great variety of content in this box to suit every stationary lover. But I’m sure I don’t need to convince you that this is one of the best stationary boxes available. It’s won over many of my friends already. So if you want any more info or even to sign up for a Papergang Box yourself click this link.
What are your thoughts on the Papergang Box? Let me know in the comments below…
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  • This box looks so fun and quirky! There’s so many sub boxes out there now that a lot of them seem the same, but I love the idea of this one and that different designers have collaborated.

    Sammy // samantha-jayne.com
    xx

  • Freya

    Love this box, everything looks so cute! Really enjoy reading your blog 🙂
    Freya – freyasnook.blogspot.com

  • I’ve been thinking about subscribing to this, I think this post might have convinced me! Fab.

    HANNAH FROM NYLONTOAST

  • It looks like a great subscription box! x

    http://www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

  • Subscription boxes are my favourite!! And this one looks so so great! Must check it out! Thank you! 😀