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Stickii Club Sticker Subscription Service Review

It's been a while since I have posted anything stationery related here, but as a long term penpal and crafter I love all things cute, colourful, and stationery related. I was recently #gifted the opportunity to try out Stickii Club, a sticker subscription service that is based in the US and ships worldwide.

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When you sign up you can choose between 3 different themes: cute, retro (Victoriana, nature, vintage), and pop (quirky and offbeat), which you can switch between if you want to try out another theme one month. The site and social media feed also give you sneak peeks of what is coming up that month so you know what you're getting, or could be getting, if you are considering subscribing.

One thing that made Stickii stand out from the off is their use of in-house designers who put together the stickers etc. each month, under chosen themes. There's no sourcing from other suppliers and from looking at their past packs online, there's a lot of variety there.

What's Included?

Subscribers will typically get 6 sheets of stickers, sticker candy (loose stickers), a funky paper clip, a notepad/sticky notes pad, and a stationery item such as an embroidered patch, bookmark or mini letter set. All of this comes neatly packaged in a folder with different organiser pockets, and easily fits through the letterbox, which is another bonus. Regular subscribers also have the option to purchase a BAO (stationery binder that looks a bit like a bag) and additional pouches. Another thing I've noticed is the opportunity to buy stand-alone sticker sets or past subscription themes - great if you missed out/want to rebuy your favourite, or just stock up on some sale bargains.

COST - subscriptions cost $10 a month plus $2.50 shipping to UK addresses. (roughly £9.62).

Thoughts

A card I made with the stickers.

Stickii teased me a bit when they gifted me with this opportunity. Back then, and now I can spy some seriously cute stickers and themes on their website that is very much me, and I'd definitely pick-up to decorate letters with, but what I received was a bit disappointing. 

Some of the full sticker sheets featured quirky cat images, something that I don't really go for and have seen a lot in the UK before. The more unique stickers, embroidered patch, and small sticky notes pad were a lot of fun, but there wasn't enough use (or pages in the pad), and therefore value in some of the regularly included items for me.

So it's a no to the subscription, but if I'm running low on stationary and want to treat myself, or collect a few cute bits for gifts/crafting) then I would revisit the site and stock up for sure. 

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