The Planner Addict Box is a monthly subscription box for planner junkies like myself. It features sticky notes, washi, pens, stickers, etc. Everything you need for your planner!
The cost: $15.00 + $3.00 shipping (US)
Check out all my previous subscription box reviews.
Here is the full box with all the products:
And here are the products individually:
Exclusive PAB “Carpe Diem” rose gold pen
– I LOVE this pen! It’s so pretty and writes so smoothly. I’m a big fan of rose gold and I like that this pen is a bit bigger and bulkier than a normal pen.
Exclusive PAB metal page markers
– I tend to really like page/book markers like these since they stay on the page fairly well. I’m used to the magnetic ones, so this was a nice change. Metal is good, since it’s resilient, and I LOVE the quotes and look of each marker. One says “Carpe that diem” and the other says “don’t count the days, make the days count”.
“Seize the day” button and To-Do list notepad
– The button is cute, but not practical. I’ve never been a button person. This is custom-made from an Etsy shop, I believe, though. The to-do list is cool and always something I can use.
SN@P! life documented chipboard stickers
– These, I think, are more for scrapbooking and projects like that, so I don’t know if I’ll be using them in my planner much. You all know how I’m not a big fan of puffy/3D stickers in my planner, since it makes it all bulky. But, I might use one here and there.
I totally forgot to take a picture of the Etsy sticker sheets before I used them for my spread this week, so that’s why there’s no individual picture of them. But, I did film a Plan With Me video showing them off! Also, the washi wasn’t really anything special, so I didn’t include it either.
Is it worth it?
My favorite items were the pen and page markers, obviously. It was a decent box. I like that it also comes with a couple Etsy sticker sheets, which are always fun to use. I still don’t think it’s really worth the retail value, but still, it’s not a particularly crazy price. I’m happy with it so far. I’m still giving it the 3-box rule, but for now, I like it.