Do you love hand-lettering, inking, pens, fountain pens, calligraphy and pretty paper & stationery?

Then you’re in the right place!

Today we’re unboxing the Boho Berry¬†– it’s a Monthly Ink Lovers Subscription Box from Kara Benz

Order one today using my discount code: LISA5

for 5% off your first box!

Boho Berry Box  РOrder Now

FREE Course: Enroll in Planner 101 Today

Transcript

Today, we’re unboxing the Boho Berry Subscription Box. Now, this was $25. It was advertised as a box for people who love planners, stickers, pens, doodles and et cetera, et cetera. Let’s see what’s inside.

Hi, everyone. I’m Lisa from Pretty Fabulous. I help online businesses create beautiful digital downloads using Adobe in design. If this sounds like you or something you might be interested in, make sure to hit the subscribe button below. I post new videos every Monday and Thursday. We’re opening up the Boho Berry Subscription Box. Now, this was only $25 and $3 for shipping. Not too bad. Now, if you’re wondering who Boho Berry is, that is the brand name for Kara who is most famous, I think, for her bullet journaling doodles. If you look, it has like over a million views for her YouTube videos where she just shows people how she designs her bullet journal.

Now, she’s obviously really good at hand lettering. If you go to her Etsy Shop, you can download. She has planner printables and I believe, handwriting sheets but don’t quote me on that. This, actually, is only available on Cratejoy. I was not able to find it anywhere else. Let’s open it up and see what’s inside. Now, this came within probably three days. It was really quick. It’s a cute branded box like all the way around. It has cute stuff. It just opens up here in the front like you would expect for a normal Crate box. At the top, it has the little Boho Berry. She even has branding on the inside, which I don’t know if that’s more expensive.

Sometimes the boxes don’t come with that, but I thought that was really cute. We have some tissue paper in here. Let’s see what we have inside. This is just a Vellum envelope with some stuff inside. This is a business card, I guess, $15 off for Laurelbox. I’ve never even heard of that. That must be something separate, and then Bullet Journal with your Fountain Pen. This must be a pen that she sells in her shop. That’s interesting. Over here, let’s see what we have nice under that. Over here, we have Boho Berry. It looks like this is just a promo post card where she is talking about, there we go, Laurelbox, plantable seed paper. That’s interesting. Bella’s Bits and Buys in the clear.

She creates a couple different things and then she has a members only area. That would be fun to check out. Over here, it looks like we have the actual contents of the box. First, we have April stickers. These are just little black and white stickers. These must be stickers like she sells on her Etsy Shop, I’m guessing. Over here, we have the April tracker. Here are some more stickers. Some to-do list stickers. Here’s a little journal over here. It looks like a Bullet Journal. Big surprise, right? It has her branding on the back and Bullet Journals all throughout the inside and outside.

Now, this makes sense. You can color this. She does sell coloring books. That makes a lot of sense that she has these. Floral Series, these are self stick Post-It notes. Not a lot of room to write but they’re cute. Here’s a Laurelbox. This is our plantable seed paper. We can plant this in soil. I don’t really have a green thumb, but I’m going to plant this. That would be interesting to see what comes out of here. It looks like we have a pen. It’s an 0-3 preppy fountain pen. It looks like made in Japan but it’s one of the fountain pens. Let’s see. Can we write on this? Let’s write in the notebook that she gave us. I don’t think that’s going to work but that’s okay.

We have some Washi Tape. It’s blue and red. It looks like, I think this is just packing stuff. It’s cute packing holding but that’s it. All right. Let me know if you have a Boho Berry Box and if you really like it and thought it was worth it. All right. Bye.

 

related posts