Pipsticks is a new subscription service that delivers a package of cute and colourful stickers to your door every month. They sent over a trial pack for us to check out so let’s have a look!
The packaging is really fun with a translucent printed pattern so you can get a glimpse of all the fun stuff inside. As well as stickers, the packs include a postcard, quote card and sheets of patterned paper so lots to unpack!
Here’s what I found inside. Depending on your subscription, you get 7+ – 15+ sheets of stickers in all shapes, sizes and designs including glitter, puffy, scratch ‘n’ sniff and metallic.
If you’re into journalling or scrapbooking these packs will give you tons of ideas. My pack had a bit of a weather theme and it was easy to layer up some of the designs and see how they would work together on a page. I’ve been feeling a little inspired lately by Kaila’s hobonichi videos and I might need to make a Japan trip memory book for myself.
Pipsticks packs also include lots of little stickers for your planners and would be fun for anyone who sends a lot of snail mail. They’re also great for swapping with your friends or for decorating just about anything.
Overall, this is a fun service for stationery lovers and crafty types and will provide you with lots of monthly inspiration. It would also make a great gift. Subscriptions start at $9.95 per month with free shipping in the US and $3 elsewhere. You can also use the code SPRINGTIME for 10% off your order. Order online or find out more at Pipsticks.
(Products were provided by Pipsticks for review but all words, photographs and opinions are my own.)
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.