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SherbertBox review (Honey Bee – August 2017)

I first found out about the SherbertBox stationery subscription during this year’s National Stationery Week and added it to my mental list of gorgeous subscription services to try. I was lucky enough to be sent a copy of the Honey Bee box* to review and I was not disappointed.

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

Sidebar: I’m always impressed with other people’s wrapping abilities!

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

Every item is designed by illustrator Claire Keay, so you won’t find them anywhere else.

When I opened the box I was instantly impressed with the number of products, as well as the gorgeous designs. Great value for money!

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

The contents included an art print, which was swiftly added to my inspo wall, a scented pen and a truly stunning day planner. There are 25 sheets, so plenty to keep you going for a while. And it’s so freaking Instagrammable!

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

There was also a cute sticky notes and pencil set, plus magnets and stickers. My fridge will certainly be organised and pretty now!

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

For the crafty stationery addicts, there was a make your own birthday card set – fun and adorable!

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

And, just in time for tomorrow’s World Letter Writing Day, there was a beautiful set of notecards and envelopes. Although, not gonna lie, some of these are so cute that they might need to be added to my wall too.

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

Let’s just take a second to appreciate the true joy of the scented gel pen. Anyone else getting major back to school stationery vibes?

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

sherbertbox review - honey bee august 2017

I genuinely strongly recommend treating yourself to a SherbertBox. They’re great value for money, beautifully curated and I couldn’t stop smiling as I sorted through the box. If you become a regular subscriber you can pause your subscription, skip a month or cancel at any time – it’s super flexible. Plus the boxes are letterbox-sized so there’s no trek to the sorting office to collect yours if you’re out.

sherbertbox journal box

September’s theme is bullet journals and is bound to prove incredibly popular. To order yours before they sell out, head to the website to buy a single box for £15.00 or start a £14.00 monthly subscription. UK postage is included – bargain!

*I was sent a box for review purposes and all nerdy thoughts are my own.

3 thoughts on “SherbertBox review (Honey Bee – August 2017)”

  1. Hi Emma!
    I love stationary and writing handwritten letters via snail mail. Do you still write letters? It seems like a lost art. This stationary is adorable and I love the honey bee theme. Thanks for sharing!!!

    <3 Alana Xoxoxo

    1. It’s gorgeous, isn’t it! I have to admit it’s been a while since I wrote a proper letter but I send a bit of snail mail with cute cards these days. I’ve actually got a special post lined up for World Letter Writing Day tomorrow :)

      1. Cute cards totally count as letters as far as I’m concerned :) I didn’t even know that it was World Letter Writing Day. Thanks for telling me about it.

        <3 Alana

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