Ink Drops Stationery Subscription Box

Thursday 21 February 2019

Alongside beauty and football, a passion of mine is stationery. I have way more than I could ever possibly use, and yet I still can't stop myself from adding to my collection. Yes, collection - I consider myself a stationery collector and ever since I was about 4 years old I have bought a pen or pencil from wherever I have visited. My Nanna once brought me a pen or pencil from every state in America when she did a tour of the country back when I was 8 or 9. So, when I discovered Ink Drops, a stationery subscription box, I was excited to try it out.
Ink Drops was created by Annastasia Ward and Carla Watkins through their love of stationery and as a company they curate and deliver gorgeous parcels of stationery straight to your door. Ink Drops have been distributing boxes since 2012 and so they know how to make their customers happy. 

Subscription costs £15.00 per month, which includes postage and packaging, and each month you receive a variety of products based around stationery. I was very kindly sent the February box, which was very well wrapped and came with an introductory letter to tell you a bit about what you are receiving this month. 
In the February Ink Drops box, the main item is the 'I'm Not Messy, I'm Creatively Organised A4 Clipboard. I adore the brightly coloured illustrations and the rose gold accents. For me personally, I will be able to keep my blog planner sheets on here so it will be super easy for me to keep track of what post goes live when.
There are two cards within this month's box, and I think it is really thoughtful of Ink Drops not to include a specific occasion, with both the cards being blank for your own messages. The laser-cut bird card is so adorable and has been made by a company called Alljoy Design Ltd and is of the highest quality. The You Are My Sunshine card has been created by Matthew Taylor Wilson and I am sure this is certainly going to brighten up someone's day. You would easily pay £4.00-5.00 for this card as it has been made using such thick, high quality card.
The final two treats in the February box are an Ampersand magnet, which has a real vintage vibe to it and a floral background, and some Blanca Gomez Washi Tape The Washi Tape has the sweetest pattern full of succulents and plants and will be sure to jazz up your planner, diary, cards or gifts. 

Ink Drops also offer a gift subscription, for the same amount of £15.00 including postage and packaging, so if you know someone who loves stationery, why not cheer them up with this gorgeous subscription box. You can find Ink Drops online here.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

* This post contains items which were gifted to me, but all opinions are my own


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