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Nicely Noted is a stationery subscription service that delivers a curated batch of letterpress cards and stamps to your mailbox every month.
Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
Nicely Noted ships via USPS in a thick envelope. Subscribers receive their package during the first week of the month. If you sign up by the 15th of the month, you will receive a collection that month. If you sign up on the 16th or later you will receive your first collection the following month.
All cards arrive in individual plastic sleeves and are always in perfect condition. The stamps were attached to a flat piece of paper rather than being in individual tiny envelopes this month which felt much more eco-friendly to me.
The July 2020 Nicely Noted included the following cards:
~You’re A Treasure | Blackbird Letterpress ($5.50): I love the variety of seashells on this card (who couldn’t use a walk on the beach looking for seashells right now?), but what really attracted me to this card was the envelope. It is a vibrant coral color and would be such a treat to receive such a vibrant color like this in your mailbox mixed in with all the regular bills and junk mail.
~Learn to Surf | Big Wheel Press ($5): Ahh, this is such a perfect quote right now. This card is ideal for anyone struggling right now or really anyone who you think would appreciate this quote.
~Seashell | Noteworthy Paper & Press: This is a flat card (it does not open). Nicely Noted does not include these too often, so this was a nice surprise. The simple (but gorgeous) teal seashell makes it very versatile, so you can use this as a Thank You Card, a Get Well Card or just a card to drop a note to a friend on.
What did you think of this month’s selections? If you are interested in signing up or want to learn more, click here. Don’t forget they also include the stamps in the package (I LOVE this), so you have no reason not to get these in the mail right away!