Pennie Post Stationary Subscription Service Review
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Pennie Post is a monthly subscription service that sends an envelope full of new stationary items directly to your door. For only $11.00 a month you will be surprised with new cards, coupons, or another creative stationary items that are designed enough to be unique and fun, but leave room for your own personal message. This is a little different from other subscription services because it does not auto-renew, so you will choose between the 1, 3, 6, and 12 month subscriptions that are available.
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Pennie Post is a stationary service because they don’t only send greeting cards, they send other stationary items like this coupon. I love the coupon. It is really cute and is great to give to a loved one, such as a child (get out of chores free card) or your spouse (a date night and dinner). Great idea!
Each card is printed on a good quality paper that doesn’t crease easily. As you can see the designs are very unique, subtle, and well thought out.
Not only are there beautiful designs, the saying are cute and sweet. They aren’t too direct, leaving your options open when choosing a recipient.
Each card includes an envelope, it may be a plain brown envelope or it could be a pretty bright envelope. Either way, you can decorate your envelope and make it your own!
This is my first Pennie Post package. I was excited to see a Valentine’s Day card in celebration of the month. I am assuming this is something they try to do for other holidays. I think that the cards are adorable and something that my loved ones would keep forever. That’s what’s great about these cards. They are beautiful enough to want to keep forever. Also, you can buy their cards individually from their shop/boutique.
What are your thoughts on Pennie Post?