Sticker Swaps Subscription

Sticker_Swaps_1I loved stickers when I was younger.  I remember sticking a bunch on my bedroom furniture (which naturally irritated my mother) but I also used to get really precious about them.  I’d get a bit sad at the thought of sticking them on a notebook or my wardrobe door and then not being able to stick them anywhere else.  It got to the point that I wasn’t actually sticking them anyway for fear of running out or wasting them.

I suppose that’s what makes Sticker Swaps so fun.  For $9.99 a month, you get a whole bunch of stickers – some random, some specifically chosen – so you’ll never have to worry about running out.  You can cover your wardrobe door to your heart’s content.  James from Sticker Swaps contacted me to ask if I wanted to try out their November selection, which piqued my interest – I haven’t seen a sticker subscription box before so was keen to try it out.

Enough of the chat and on to the photos.

Sticker_Swaps_2I was sent a really great selection of high quality stickers.  The November ‘box’ (I’m a bit late with this review) features stickers from Blackwing pencils, tattoo artist Stabby Gabby, and Montreal-based artist Mictoon amongst others.

My favourites were these two:

This adorable hamster was designed by Sarah Johnson from Cardiff.  It’s so cute!  I also LOVE this retro “Live to Explore the Day” sticker by Jay at Live Design Co which has a real Firewatch vibe to it.

So now I need to just get over my sticker-placement related anxiety and stick them somewhere!

They’ve put more info about the designers on their blog  and if you’d like to subscribe, you can get 50% off your first box with the code blog50.

Thank you to Sticker Swap who sent me the stickers to review.  All opinions are my own.  

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