Happy Mail & Messy Box Unboxing: April

Time to start off the week with one of our favorite things—the Happy Mail and Messy Box reveal! This month’s Happy Mail is all about floral prints, and we’ve included some fun extras like a blush pen and secret message pills (they are super cute!).

Subscribe to Happy Mail here.We’re embracing all the warm weather vibes with this month’s Messy Box. So start documenting all your outdoor activities! We highly recommend a picnic. Several picnics, actually. 🙂

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Want to see everything from both kits? Watch the reveal video below!

PS – Elsie’s favorite white pens (perfect for dark envelopes) are the Sakura and Signo gels. Hope you guys love this month’s kits, and let us know if you have any card requests in the comments. xo!

Credits:// Author: Jacki Moseley. Photography: Shailey Murphy. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.
  • Love the paper products, always so fun. I love to send mail to my grandma and other older ladies and would love more blank cards. Sometimes the trendy phrases don’t seem appropriate because I don’t think they would understand them, know what I mean? Also, would love to see more designs of the Messy Books, in particular, something for December daily. Love you guys 🙂

  • This really makes me want to go on a picnic!

    My one comment from the recent Messy Boxes is that while they are all super adorable, the use of a heavy theme (picnicking, plants, work) makes it difficult to use if you don’t have something to scrapbook within the theme. That can be a good thing because it means stretching creativity, but sometimes I feel like a bulk of the recent months won’t go used for months and months (or possibly years). The pattern based Messy Boxes from a couple years ago felt a ton more versatile. Still, I’m a pretty devoted/excited subscriber and I don’t think that’s going to change 🙂

  • I’m loving the spring-y vibes for this month’s Happy Mail and Messy Box! That strawberry paper is so cute. 🙂 One question–what are the little pill looking things in the Happy Mail kit? They look kind of like those things you put in water and then they become little sponge animals or dinosaurs or whatever, but I wasn’t sure I should put them in water to find out if that’s what they are XD

    • Hi Alyssa! When you pop them open and there’s a tiny slip of paper inside that you can write a message on, and then you can put it back inside. 🙂

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