Happy Mail by A Beautiful Mess is all about notecards and different paper products and since I love snail mail and fun prints, this is the perfect box for me! I love that I always have the perfect card on hand for almost every occasion.

I pay $15/month because I signed up for a 12 month commitment because that is a total STEAL for how many cards and products you receive.. However, if you have cold feet, you can sign up for a 6 month commitment for $18/month or just pay month-to-month for $20/month.

Check out what I got this month!

I love how much I get with this subscription. It’s such an incredible value for $15!
These are my favorite two cards of the bunch! The Celebrate Card is great for, well, celebrating, and a Birthday Card is always necessary. I wish they actually sent MORE birthday cards because I need those most frequently! The inside says, “May the next year be full of shiny, sparkly things.” Cute!
The BFF’S Forever Card is totally cute and I’m going to send it to a friend and the Light Bulb Card says “Our love is electric.” They said they included this one for Valentine’s Day but seriously, they could have done much better. Not that they need to do Valentine’s Day the traditional way, but I’m positive they could do better than this. That said, it’s a cute card. I just don’t think we need to get it twisted that this is a Valentine’s Day card.

The Yo Card is just what it says: YO! A fun way of saying hi. The Hanger Card says, “Let’s hang out!” I like the graphic nature of both cards!

A Thank You Card is always nice to have on hand and I love the hand writing. The Keep Up The Good Work would be nice to send to a coworker who did something awesome.

The Lucky and I Miss You Postcards are cute and are an easy way of saying hi!

My Bad Card: Happy Mail has sent a few apology cards. I wish they sent more birthday cards than apology cards. I don’t mess up THAT much.

So, I thought this Happy Mail stamp from Blockwallah was a random inclusion because I had never heard of Blockwallah before.

Blockwallah is a Finnish-Indian family company that works directly with rural Indian artisans to produce hand crafted wooden printing blocks. The art of block-printing goes back over a thousand years, practiced by traditional artisans across the country. Blockwallah stamps are hand carved by skilled artisans in rural India. The carving is done on sustainable hard wood, Shesham wood, which is also known as Indian Rosewood.  Blockwallah strongly believes in ethical work practices as well as dignity of labor. We feel that a business must benefit everybody involved as well as make a difference to the society we live in. Blockwallah also empowers impoverished women in India by providing them with employment throughout the production process.

Oh, and Happy Mail sent me some Red Heart Stickers, too. I kind of wish they had sent these in January so they would be here in time for Valentine’s Day but eh. The red heart is my favorite emoji, so I’ll take these.


Final Grade: B+

This was a great month of cards but for some reason, it just felt a bit light to me this month. However, I am glad they are continuing to send a variety of cards that can be used for many occasions. This subscription is always an incredible value, and as the name says, it never fails to make me happy!

If you are interested in signing up for Happy Mail, click this link!

Purchased; All opinions are my own.

A self-proclaimed beauty junkie/hoarder with a serious Sephora problem. After years with Birchbox, she now has a subscription box problem as well. Her free time is a mixed combination of cats, TV, and finally trying to figure out how to do her hair.

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