*Disclaimer: This is a totally unbiased review of a product I purchased myself. I am in no way affiliated with Emma-Louise Smith or The Stationery Geekette
I’m extremely late posting this review, although it does tie in quite nicely with Thursday’s relaunch of TSGBookClub where there have been a few changes to the subscription options. If you want to know more, check out this post by Emma-Louise Smith aka The Stationery Geekette.
Anyway back to the review, December’s box was a mega-box as this was to be the last one of 2016 and the theme was Winter Wonderland. It was also the first to include the new branding for The Stationery Geekette, which I love.
I was out when our postie attempted delivery of the box, however instead of red carding me, he opted to leave it with my lovely neighbour, so I didn’t have to wait too long to get my hands on the goodies inside.
The book this month was Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige (confession time: I still haven’t managed to read it but it is on my TBR list for January!) which was wrapped in gorgeous tissue paper with a snowflake design and tied with a lovely blue ribbon.
Also included in this month’s box was a wax melt from Smelly Tarts which was a lovely, glittery, gingerbread man, a lovely tartan snowflake decoration, some Christmas/winter washi samples, a bookmark from Crafts by LAS, a small bear decoration (which was an extra for participating in the photo challenges from the previous months) and a selection of sweets and chocolates (which my kids and hubby kept stealing) and of course a Christmas card.
That’s all from me for now other than to say that I’ve already placed my order for my universe themed box, which is entitled The Amongst the Stars box (I went with the paperback option if you’re wondering, although I will probably be checking out the other options available over time) and you can too, just head over to Etsy.