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August 20, 2014

Pennie Post - August 2014

I received this product for review purposes

Monthly mailing stationary goodies? Yes please!

Introducing Pennie Post

This monthly subscription service is not your ordinary. It's all about wonderful stationary such as thank you notes, birthday cards, postcards, or just simple little notes to say hi. Pennie Post subscribers will receive three stationary items each month that's designed just for subscribers. Every month new items will be introduced so don't worry, there will be fun variety!

Included in every subscription is an informational card (pictured above) about what's featured in your Pennie Post. This month's collection is "Seeing Stripes".

Above is the "Deconstructed Floral Lines Card and Matching Envelope". This card is constructed so elegantly that I just couldn't believe it. This is definitely not your typical go to Hallmark card. I love the pattern and appreciate that all the cards are blank so that I can inscribe my own messages and thoughts.

Above is the "Rainbow Herringbone Thank You Note With Label" and a "Rainbow Herringbone Enclosure". I think these cards fall more on the fun side because of the vibrant colors. The card itself is mint on one side with a rainbow herringbone border and decked out completely in rainbow herringbone on the backside. All of the cards are made from the same great quality and I'm really loving the wraparound address labels. 

The last piece of stationary included the subscription is the "Overlapping Stripes Happy Birthday Card" pictured above. I can assure you that I don't believe I've ever given out a birthday card that looked like this. It's so simple yet sophisticated and classic that I'll surely want to mail this beauty to someone with an upcoming birthday. 

Overall I had fun with these beautiful cards and will definitely end up using them in the near future. The Pennie Post subscription is one that will be really handy to have for special occasions. Trust me, these are better than drugstore cards. The quality is amazing and the cards are constructed perfectly. The subscription prices varies by length of time. You can choose a 1 month subscription for $11, 3 months for $33, 6 months for $60, and 12 months for $110. The longer you're in, the better your deal is!

What do you think about Pennie Post?



Disclosure: Krissy Deane receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255"Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


  1. Hand writing letters and/or notes seems to be a lost art. I know I still love when I get a hand written card. It is just so much more personal. This sounds like a wonderful subscription but a bit too expensive for me at the moment.

  2. Those are cute and I still send handwritten notes all the time.

  3. These are cute, I have never seen these before.

  4. This is cute stationary! It's been a while since I've bought pretty cards and paper. I'll look into this subscription!

  5. That is adorable. I love the stripes. I am going to look into this subscription!

  6. It looks like beautiful stationary! There's something exciting about getting a hand written note on beautiful paper in the mail!

  7. I love to have/give/buy stationary. They just feel homey, comfy, considerate, nice. :) I like that there is a subscription service like this one!

  8. I've never thought of a stationery subscription before and not sure if I would really subscribe to one. Seems like it's beautiful stationery and for those interested in that sort of thing.