The Write Stuff

Stationery has taken a huge leap in popularity over the past few years; no longer solely the remit of the geeky amongst us, it has come into its own on a mainstream level. From pastel highlighters to marbled notebooks, stationery offerings are now both useful and pretty; what more could you ask for? And if you simply can’t get enough of it, there are boxes for that; check out our rundown of a few of the stationery subscription boxes we found during our research. We want them all!


For £14 a month, Papergang drops a boxful of cute and fun stationery products on your doormat, including items featuring artist designs for extra kudos. Products are exclusive to Papergang and include scissors, notebooks, cards, pens and pencils and art prints; plus for every four boxes sold, Papergang plants a tree. It’s a win-win.

Cloth & Paper

Get your inspiration flowing with a monthly delivery of pens and pencils from Cloth & Paper. For £18 a month, they send you incredibly aesthetically pleasing products including gel, rollerball, brush, mechanical and wood pens and pencils, from brands including Tombow, Uni-ball, Pilot and Caran D’Ache.


Need a little kawaii in your life? We’ve got just the stationery box for you – for $30, Zenpop sends you 10 high-quality Japanese stationery products each month, including treats such as a Rilakkuma Rolling Eraser and Pokémon Masking Tape. Worldwide shipping is available.

Studio Calico

Studio Calico encourages you to capture the moments that matter with their monthly Traveller’s Notebook subscription box. Each month delivers a new selection of beautiful and innovative products, including stickers, washi tape and notebook inserts. Worldwide shipping is available, and boxes cost $28.99 a month.

The Stationery Selection Box

The Stationery Subscription Box costs $34.95 a month and comes directly from Japan. This carefully curated box contains beautiful Japanese stationery finds and miscellaneous goods, including washi tape, cards and cute stickers, designed to make journaling extra special!

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