Unfortunatly Papier Mail Subscription Box cancelled their planned launch due to not enough pre-launch signups to make it work.

I have this sort of weird love for paper products. I’ve had it since I was a small child. I can’t explain it and I have no idea when it began, but it’s still with me. Obviously, you can imagine my curiosity when I found out about Papier Mail (website). A Canadian monthly subscription box of paper goods and stationary. Thankfully, earlier this week I had the opportunity to discuss this exciting new subscription box with the box’s creator.

The box hasn’t launched yet so you will have to wait until the end of June or beginning of July to sign-up for a subscription, but it sounds fun. Every month there will be a new theme. You will receive 5-7 paper goods designed on that theme. A mix of greeting cards, postcards, notecards, stationary or an art print. If you receive more than one greeting card in a box though, each will be of a different design. You will not receive the same design on any of the paper goods, more than once. I was really excited to find out that all of the paper goods will be designed by local artists. Apparently, companies are also being researched who could bring these designs to life, on recycled paper. Offering a mix of regular paper and recycled paper when possible.

While there is no price until the subscriptions become available, the approx. price range I was given, sounds very reasonable. We’ll see what it ends up being but I was told it will include taxes and shipping to both Canada and the USA.

Right now you can head over to the Papier Mail website and sign up for the draw to win 12 months of this exciting new monthly subscription box.

Now, while you are getting excited and poised to bookmark the website so you will be able to sign-up for a subscription as soon as possible, I have even more information for you.

Papier Mail and Trees

Papier Mail has also partnered with One Tree Planted (website). This means, for every subscription box sold, a tree will be planted. A company selling paper, that is also replacing trees. I really like the responsibility involved in making a sustainable decision like that.

Not only is the creator very excited about her new subscription box, but I am too. Aren’t you?


*Sponsored Post* – I was offered one of the first month’s subscription boxes for discussing Papier Mail with you. This in no way affected the contents of this post and all opinions expressed are my own. Once the subscription box has been received, an update will be provided.


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