Happy Mail by A Beautiful Mess is a stationery subscription that sends subscribers $50 (retail value) of stationery at their doorstep every month. Kits include cards and a couple of fun pieces like note pads, journals or stickers!
A Beautiful Mess also offers Messy Box, a monthly box of awesome products you can use to document your life in style. You’ll get a bunch of one-of-a-kind goodies like cool alphas, stickers, patterned paper, and much more that you can craft with and personalize to make beautiful photo books.
Cost: $20/month, $18/month (6 month plan), or $15/month (12 month plan)
Shipping: Free – US, $2 – Internationally
Coupon Code: FREEHM - Try Happy Mail for free (just pay $5 for shipping) or FREEMB - Try Messy Box for free (just pay $5 for shipping)
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I really liked all the cards I got in my first Happy Mail so I got it again this month.
Neon Pink Tags, Phrase Stickers & Washi Tape
The Phrase Sticker Sheet has a bunch of phrases that you can use for cards or whatever you want.
These are two postcards, the Good Morning one comes with an envelope.
Congratulations Card & It's All Good Card
Both of these cards don't open up and are also like postcards.
Better Things Ahead Card & Cereal Card
The cereal card flips over and reads "Easy Like Saturday Morning".
Ice Cream Card & Treat Yo Self Card
The inside of the ice cream card says, "Things I'm Craving: You, You, You, Ice Cream, You".
Have More Fun Print
This is an 8x10 print. My son wants it up in his room, so that's where it's going.
April's Happy Mail had a lot of pink and purple. Again, I liked the selection of cards and the few extras. I'm not sure if the promo codes will be a regular thing, but I love that they've been offering huge discounts the last couple of months. Just remember if you sign up for the monthly subscription using the promo codes you will then have an active subscription and the following month you'll be charged regular price. So, if you don't want to pay full price make sure to cancel before the next billing date.
What do you think of Happy Mail?