Monday, 18 July 2016

Young Honey Tree Post Box Stationery Subscription Review And Giveaway

Young Honey Tree is a postal subscription service whereby your child is sent a very carefully crafted box of beautiful stationery each month. The emphasis is on quality and care, with each box contents costing £30 or more if you were to buy the items individually.


This is bespoke stationery, and each monthly shipment will contain fun, beautifully designed exclusive items from the UK’s leading illustrated bespoke stationers. The post box contents include items such as greeting cards, postcards, notecards, gift tags and stickers, and is designed to fit through your letterbox, so you don't need to be home to accept delivery.


In my box we have a theme of wild birds, in a variety of styles to suit different tastes and occasions, but all fairly delicate and well matched, and excellent quality thick papers and cards with beautiful printing.


We had a visitor in the form of young Miss Manchester Mummy and she set to work immediately writing a card for her Mum. My youngest spotted the stickers and they were carefully plastered all over his bed within seconds.


The postcards particularly caught my eye. The birds are illustrated so beautifully, with a glossy finish. It turns a plain old postcard into something really special.


The two greetings cards are also very special, and nicely printed onto an embossed section, with brown paper envelopes. There are also matching writing paper and envelopes, gift tags and an art card in the box. 
 

Young Honey Tree (and The Stationery Lovers Club for the over 12's) deliver monthly subscription post boxes containing at least 7 items with a retail value of £30. Flexible memberships start at just £10.50 a month, with £1 from each subscription going directly to the Post Pals Extra Smiles Campaigns. 

The post boxes are available on a single month basis for £15 per month, as a 3 month subscription for £13.50 per month, as a 6 month subscription for £12 per month, or as an annual subscription for only £10.50 per month.

Honey Tree Post have very kindly offered a Young Honey Tree stationery post box each for 3 of my readers. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below. No entry is mandatory, but each extra task completed brings extra chances to win. Each winning entry is checked. Open to UK readers only, the giveaway will end at midnight Friday 12th August . Full terms and conditions at the bottom of the Gleam form.

Young Honey Tree Post Box Stationery Subscription Giveaway


We were sent our Young Honey Tree post box for review.

53 comments:

  1. i would write a soldier on the front line in world war 1 to tell them how much we think of them even now

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  2. It would have to be Albert Einstein. He was one of the greatest minds of all time and used the power of his mind to change the world.

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  3. I would love to have written to Alice Nightengale to thank her for the work she did throughout her life!

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  4. I love this box - very different and nice to encourage writing letters. I would write to my nan.

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  5. Jon Bon Jovi, to apologise for the valentines card I sent him in 1994!

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  6. I'd love to write to Florence nightingale -such a inspiring and charismatic lady

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  7. Hmm I'm not sure but maybe one of my heroes, Aung San Suu Kyi. I would like to talk to her about her life so far, her bravery and everything she has done and fought so hard for.

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  8. I would write to my grandad to tell him how much we love him. Lovely giveaway, thank you

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  9. Emily Robinson20 July 2016 at 07:59

    I'd write to Adolf Hitler and tell him he ought to have a long, hard think about his actions....

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  10. I would like to write to David Bowie to thank him for all the wonderful music I enjoyed for many years

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  11. I would love to write a letter to the Roman orator Cicero.

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  12. I'd write to Mother Theresa to say thank you for all she did for the world

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  13. Jodie Holyoake20 July 2016 at 12:19

    Winston Churchill!

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  14. Jodie Holyoake20 July 2016 at 12:19

    Winston Churchill

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  15. I would write to queen Victoria as she was a women who ruled and lived during such an exciting period of British history

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  16. Elizabeth Hinds20 July 2016 at 14:34

    I would write a letter to Emmeline Pankhurst to tell her what society is like now for women and to thank her for everything she did to fight for a fairer society :)

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  17. I would write to Ed Sheeran to fangirl

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  18. I would write to Princess Diana and tell he how proud her boys she should be

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  19. I'd write to Nelson Mandela when he was first interned on Robben Island and tell him to keep his faith that things in his country will change and that one day he will be remembered as a hero to people of all colours and creeds.

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  20. I would write to Queen Cleopatra ...and hope she replied! Fascinating woman 😀

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  21. I would write to Ann Boleyn and warn her if she married Henry V111 she would have her head chopped off and to run away asap

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  22. I'd love the write to the Queen to ask her what she keeps in her handbag.

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  23. I would write to Mary Berry and ask for some tips on my baking

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  24. i would write to princess dianna fab giveaway thankyou

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  25. I would love to write to the queen!

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  26. i would write to freddie mercury and thank him for the great music growing up

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  27. I'd love to write to Walt Disney, he seemed such an interesting person.

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  28. I would write to Charlotte Bronte to ask her secret to writing amazing novels xx

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  29. I would write to Walt Disney and tell him that his films will be adored for generations x

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  30. I would write to Jack Johnson and tell him that i love his music

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  31. I would write to Kurt Cobain and find out the truth

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  32. I would write to my favourite man (other than my husband) Orlando Bloom to tell him that I really appreciate the recent photos of him on the beach in his birthday suit 😀😀

    Kirsty Fox

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  33. I'd write to Jack the Ripper and ask him who he was and why he did what he did.

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  34. I would write to Henry VIII and ask him why he was so radical in his decisions regarding religion and his marriages. I would really like to get into his head.

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  35. To Florence Nightingale as she was such an amazing lady and apparently she suffered from the same illness as me Chronic Fatigue Syndrome xxx

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  36. I think I'd like to write to Anne Frank

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  37. Princess Diana and tell her how much we love her and appreciate what she has done

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  38. Phillip Schofield because he is lush!

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  39. Henry VIII, I've always been fascinated with him and that period

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  40. My Mum and Dad to tell them how proud I am of my children and the Grandchildren I wish they had met

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  41. always been fascinated wih the queen so id write to her !

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  42. Winston Churchill.

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  43. I'd write to Terry Pratchett and ask him if Angua and Carrot ever had children, if Moist ended up running the tax office and what would happen if the Patrician died !

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  44. To Tom Cruise as he is such a good actor and needs to be told by his biggest fan

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  45. id write to Alfred hitchcock

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  46. Nelson Mandela because his courage and determination has always inspired me.

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  47. Id write to the Queen

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