“Where are you, my little object of art? I am here to collect you.” — Pepe Le Pew • If you’ve been reading try small things for a while, you might remember my crush on Pipsticks, the sticker club that delivers the most delightful little packages each month to subscribers worldwide (I wrote about it here). Well I’m still stuck on Pipsticks, and it’s even dreamier than before! “Is it possible to be too attractive?” Pepe would ask. Mais non! Here’s why. Continue reading “Stick-er with me, Valentine + A giveaway”
When it comes to stickers, more is more. Am I right? So naturally I was all heart eyes when I discovered the fun that is Pipsticks, a monthly subscription sticker club based in Cal-i-forn-eye-ay that ships sticker packs for kids and grown-ups all around the world. May’s Pro Club Classic pack (the cream of the sticker crop for us adults) came in the mail yesterday to try and I’m so excited to show you what’s inside. Let’s look! Continue reading “Sticker love with Pipsticks + A giveaway!”
Besides getting back to the gym (I’ve been once in the past month, oy vey!), one thing I’d like to do in the new year is send more snail mail. I love sitting down with a tea and writing to a friend, even if we see each other on the regular. A big part of the fun is choosing just the right card or stationery. And lookie here! A whole lotta right just arrived in the mail!
It’s Happy Mail, the new paper goods subscription service from A Beautiful Mess. I ordered the December pack to try it out, ‘tho I already knew I would totally love it. Do you want to see what’s inside?
Oooh, so perfect for a crafty friend! It would look pretty cute framed too.
Can you guess what this says? My mom taught me finger spelling when I was a kid and it stuck with me, so I got it in a minute or two.
That’s right! Thinking of you!
“Brunch” as a verb. Love this one.
And some cute sticker tabs! These are going to be so fun to use in my planner!
And there’s more! You can see the entire contents here in this video. The girls do one around the 10th of each month so you can know exactly what you’re getting. They’re also working on a subscription service for scrapbooking supplies, which I am totally going to try out for you guys. Um, even ‘tho I don’t scrapbook. But I might be so inspired I’ll start!
Do you like to send snail mail too? What do you want to do more often in the new year?