YooHoo! Mail | January Box

I came across YooHoo! Mail by complete random the other week and as a bit of a stationery lover, I couldn't help but jump forward and purchase the one off January Box at an amazing £10.00 with Free Delivery! now I'm a little scared that I've shared this with you, out of the fear everyone will snap up all the boxes every month *squeals*

In this house we love surprises (good ones - not those bill type surprises!) and Freddie regularly gets his Toucan Boxes and we marvel over the contents and can't wait to put the kit to some use. Well, it wasn't much different for me. There was a brief picture and bullet points on the website of the contents, but I didn't know what I was expecting for the price, but I gave it a whirl and I was not disappointed in the slightest. So what did we get in the January Box?

I have to say I was very impressed with the wrapping and neat packaging of all the contents (and size order, which weirdly gave me a happy fluttering). Unfolding all the contents out of the zip bag, I was really excited to see the quality was very high. The posters were on thick card and images of fantastic quality. I'm going to buy some frames and I think I shall make a start on my photo/print wall. YooHoo! Mail you made this stationery fan, very happy indeed!

Unpacking I was already in my mind thinking where everything was going to go. Everything was unique and a little quirky. I loved the cards, I'm a sucker for cards and I like that they were a random choice with different envelope colours. I gave the dog one sending birthday wishes to my sister, as it was her birthday on Monday! I'm going to give the You & Me one to Hubby for Valentines day ;) There's nothing in this box that will go unused.. literally nothing.

It felt such a treat unwrapping this box and for only £10.00 it felt like a complete bargain. I have no grumbles whatsoever about this box as I was notified by email when it was dispatched and it arrived 2 days later. A confession? I've already put myself down for a February Box and I'm so excited to see what's in that - the picture looked uh-maz-ing! I can't wait to share with you that box later this month :)

Now, tell me, what item caught your eye?


  1. I love this idea. Before I had Bear I used to get beauty boxes and I loved having a surprise, I also had baby boxes for a while, but they became too expensive. I love the idea of a stationery box - and I love those cards too! x

    1. The only subscription box I had was Graze, but that became too expensive for pretty much nothing so decided to quit that. For £10 I feel I get loads for my money here so I'm pretty happy to keep this one up for a while :) xx