The June #Paperhaul arrived today and I knew I had to photograph it and show you all immediately as it’s so bloody beautiful. Yes, in today’s heat I sat with my camera taking these pictures because I’m so dedicated…I also felt guilty because there was no new content up today and I always post on a Monday. Anyone else just completely unmotivated when every part of you is sweating?
Anyway, when the collection fell on my doorstep and I saw the bee theme, I instantly thought of my friend Elle, as she’s all about dem bees. I kind of wish I hadn’t shown her and just sent her some happy mail but she’ll no doubt read this anyway…
I’m going off on a tangent, apologies.
So, #Paperhaul is a monthly stationery subscription service of good quality, exclusive paper goodness. The collection is delivered to your door each month and you can cancel at any time as there’s no sign-up contract. It cost’s £10 plus £2 shipping in the UK, and ships worldwide for a little bit extra added on postage – check out the rates here.
You can also get a gigantic 50% discount off your first box using code WONDERLAND – it’s not an affiliate link and there’s no expiration date on the code. However, you do need to be based in the UK.
June’s theme is bees. It combines black and gold with subtle blush pink, and I personally love these tones (if you know me, you’ll know black is my favourite colour, followed closely by pink, so it was meant to be). I also really like the ‘queen bee’ references as it’s quirky, modern and cute. Even though the colour palette doesn’t exactly scream Summer, I still feel like it’s perfect for June, and especially arriving on a day like today where it’s a scorcher.
June’s collection included:
- Two postcards
- Three mini notecards with envelopes
- A notebook
- Greeting card with envelope
- Larger greeting card with envelope
11/10 recommend this subscription. If you love stationery and enjoy sending letters, you need it in your life. Each month there’s something completely different and it’s so worth the money.
You check out the previous collections by typing ‘Paperhaul’ in my search box on the right.