Monthly Subscription of Paper Goods

I am happy to report that I’m still loving my monthly subscription to the Olive Box, which comes chock–full of stationery and paper goods.

Here are goodies from the May box, which had a breakfast theme, and included a bagel notecard from Fish and Cake Design, a pancake notepad from Pen and Deli, and coffee magnets from Badge Bomb. I adore those coffee magnets, which look great on the magnetic white board in my home office.

May box from Olive Goods

Here are the goodies from my April box, which had a “sweet as honey” theme, and included a beehive notecard from Rifle Paper Co., a beehive decomposition book/notebook from Michael Roger, a set of beehive notecards from Wit and Whistle, a bee balm tin from Worker B, and a coupon for a free art print from Bonnie Christine. Such a great theme, especially with the increased awareness of the fragility of the bee population these days.

April Olive box

I just received notice that my June box is on the way, so I’m excited to see what theme of stationery and paper goodies they put together for this next box.

Do any of you subscribe to a monthly subscription that delivers stationery or beauty supplies or fabrics to your door step? I’d love to hear about it.


Previous posts:

In my March box which had a watercolor theme.

In my February box which had a love letters theme.

In my December box which had a sparkle theme and January boxes which had an office theme.

4 thoughts on “Monthly Subscription of Paper Goods

  1. Love the bee theme! My grandfather kept bees when I was a child, so I have a special spot in my heart for them. 🙂

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Elizabeth. I have a couple friends who are beekeepers, so it’s great to learn about their adventures. I love having these fun bee designs in my stationery stash.

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