To celebrate the Papergang subscription box turning one they featured Nina Cosford and her lovely illustrations. Nina is a London based illustrator who's work is used across editorial, advertising, typography, educational and children's book illustrations. Her illustrations are so beautiful and playful, they were the perfect fit for this months box!
When this month's box fell through my letterbox I was in awe of the illustrations straight away and they gave me some hope that spring was arriving early. From the pastel pink with contrasting green colour palette to the delicate tropical illustrations the whole pattern is beautiful!
This month's box contained a sticker set, an A4ish notebook, an A4 desk pad, a greeting card and a riso printed calendar. I've never received a sticker set from OhhDeer before and this one didn't disappoint. It comes with three A6 size sticker sheets which means that I have plenty of stickers to brighten up my notes and parcels and they are so cute! The A4ish notebook is like the notebook of my dreams — honestly, my notebook collection just keeps growing! The tropical print is used on the cover of the notebook and inside it's filled with lined paper. It would be such a handy notebook for lectures as its not a hardback so it's lightweight and the size is perfect for carrying around. Now, I love a desk pad and this desk pad is so, so perfect. It has space to plan your full week, space for extra notes, space for doodles and space for your weekly to do lists. It's a multi-functioning desk pad that is kept fun and bright with the cactus pattern that covers it. The greetings card that came with the box this month is also designed by Nina and is the perfect birthday card for a baker — it has the most adorable baking illustrations on it!
I really love the February's box — it completely brightened up my month! The next month's box is based on the theme colour and I am so excited for it!
Are you signed up for any subscription boxes? What do you think of the Papergang subscription box?