The collection in this box screams 70s, doesn’t it? At first, I thought this was all about music, records being a key theme, but on second look I think it’s definitely more about the era of disco (I mean, look at those large glitter ball-esque stickers! They do have a Eurovision vibe to them as well!)
Stickers and washi tape:
I don’t like these stickers as much as some of the previous boxes’ (but that’s the exciting thing about the boxes- and I always know I can use everything in one way or another!) The records will make good seals for letters, I think and the two large stickers will be useful for something, I’m just not 100% sure what yet! I do like the flowery washi tape though. Floral washi tape is surprisingly useful and is almost a neutral (a bit like fashionistas say leopard print is…)
These are a bit too graphic designer-y for my tastes, but again, I know people who would like to receive them. So at least that means I’ll be sending them, rather than hoarding them! Also, the couple look a bit more 60s, but the rest of the collection is DEFINITELY 70s. Although there was a bit a of flower power hangover, right? (I have no idea. I was born in 1984.)
OK, these are fabulous and my favourite part of the box this month. I love them. Good job, #PaperHaul!
Craft paper and mini cards
This is the flipside of the craft paper as shown in the main photo and the mini cards (no gift tags this month). As you can see, it’s all about wallpaper- these wouldn’t look out of place in one of the flats on Life on Mars…
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Disclaimer: I get my box at a discounted rate, but my reviews are honest and reflect my own opinions.