Sunday, 25 October 2015

[REVIEW & GIVEAWAY] HoneyTreePost Junior Stationery Box

As you know, we love stationery boxes here at Stationery Lovers and when HoneyTreePost told us that they had one especially for junior stationery fans we were eager to get our hands on it and see what the contents were.

Honeytree Post Junior Stationery Box, Stationery Lovers,

This stationery box is ideal for the young stationery enthusiast. You can read more about it here and we think that is this the only stationery box designed just for children..  The one we sampled was Autumn and Halloween themed with lots of stickers, postcards, cards and even a letter writing set to encourage them to write to their friends or relatives - especially those all-important "thank you" notes after birthdays and Christmas.  It's lovely is it to receive a letter that's not a bill or a circular though the post these days - and how rare too!

HoneyTree was set up in 2008 and currently boast over 50,000 customers.  HoneyTreePost was launched in September 2015 and for each subscription box sell, £1 is donated to the PostPals 'extra smiles' charity campaign. Their monthly subscription services are a great idea to either ensure that your stationery stock is fully replenished each month or would make a fantastic gift for someone either as a one-off box or as a gift-that-keeps-on-giving type of present.

We have two of the junior stationery boxes for our readers in a flash giveaway.  This is going to be a short and sweet giveaway to ensure that you get this Autumn themed box for your young stationery fan.  To enter please follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below and GOOD LUCK!





TERMS AND CONDITIONS * This giveaway will begin at 14:00 on 25 October 2015 and will close at 23:59 on 29 October 2015 * This giveaway is open to any of our readers who reside in the UK. * There is no cash alternative to the giveaway * There is one compulsory entry which asks the entrant to answer a question. You can gain additional entries using the options in the Rafflecopter widget * There are three (3) prizes in total * The prizes have been provided by HoneyTreePost * The prize winners will be asked to provide their email address so that contact can be made to arrange prize delivery * Entries will only be accepted as instructed and any entrant that does not complete the qualifying requirements will be disqualified * The winners will be chosen by using a random number generator built into the Rafflecopter widget and will be contacted direct on the email address provided within five (5) days of the draw.

44 comments:

  1. Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager; Bryan Fuller, the creator of Hannibal and a rather X rated one to Mads Mikkelsen, the star of Hannibal.

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  2. My lovely mum as she likes receiving letters

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  3. I would write it too my friends who lives across the pond!

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  4. I'd write to my sister as we're very close...emotionally, but far apart geographically.

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  5. To a friend who needs cheering up :)

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  6. To lonely elderly people who would like a friend

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  7. I would write to : Any person who needs the love and support that a handwritten letter can give. Perhaps a soldier in a war or one of the many desperate migrants. Texts and electrical messages do not fill this need entirely. A letter lasts forever. We will regret not writing more.

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  8. to my friend who lives further south and I haven't seen in two years!

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  9. I friend that works in Iceland

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  10. My Daughters would write to their Nan's to let them know how much they love them

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  11. Def my grandad he's 91 and don't like technology x

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  12. To my Nan and Grandad. To let them know how much I miss that, that life isn't the same without them and to fill them on all of the going ons since they both sadly passed away.

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  13. Hmm, I think you mean anyone, past or present? Ayrton Senna.

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  14. id write a letter to my brother when hes in afghan

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  15. My daughter writes letters to my mum all the time as she lives in Spain. I would love to write to myself when I was younger, try and avoid some mistakes lol x

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  16. I'd write to my sister - because she writes amazing letters

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  17. My hubby. We were writing to each other before we even met for the first time.

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  18. I would help my daughter write her letter to santa

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  19. my nan as she loves receiving a nice letter

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  20. I would write to my gramp to tell him how much I miss him

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  21. I'm old-fashioned and I have penfriends, so I always enjoy writing to them.

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  22. to my family and friends who live abroad

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  23. To my grandparents (no longer with us) and say "I wish I'd had more time with them". They are missed and we pass their old house regularly and it would be nice to tell them all the stuff I've done and yes I finally got my horse (after they had put money away for me to get him - I didn't know until I'd saved up quite a lot). Sorry, that's not a sob story - just an explanation. :D

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  24. A young boy I met whilst volunteering in Africa!

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  25. My grandma. She has been gone since I was a teen but would love to be able to communicate with her.

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  26. J J Abrams to ask him all about the new Star Wars movie

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  27. My Gran - I really miss her now she's passed :(

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