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Calendar December 12, 2015 12/12/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Gramr Gratitude Co Gramr Quarterly December 2015 Review + $15.00 Coupon

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  I received this box for review.

Gramr Gratitude Co December 2015 Review

Gramr Gratitude Co December 2015 Review

Gramr Gratitude Co’s Gramr Quarterly Box is a quarterly stationary subscription that sends everything you need to send one card a week.  Boxes are $45.00/quarter and there is a coupon at the end of this review to get $15.00 off your 1st box.

Each box contains:

  • 4 Intent Collection Cards (w/ envelopes);
  • 4 Square Cards (w/ envelopes);
  • 4 Postcards
  • 12 postage stamps (one for each card, a $6.20 value);
  • + other goodies and surprise gifts

There is also a Quarterly and Kids Thank You Card box that is $55.00/quarter and comes with everything stated above plus 2 fold-out Kids Thank You Cards (w/ envelopes) and 2 Postcards for Kids.

Gramr Quarterly is designed to strengthen your relationship through gratitude and intentionality.  In addition to the cards in the box, you will get a book of ideas of how to use each card.  Each card in the box was intentionally included for a purpose, although you can send the cards to any reason you wish.  Gramr Gratitude Co also gives a book through their charity partner Books for Africaâ„¢.

Each card are printed on eggshell or matte FSC certified, thick premium paper from Neenah Paper Company.  The envelopes are made of 70lb Kraft Speckletone or Flecked Natural White from French Paper Co.

The Details:

Cost: $45.00/Quarter or $55.00/Quarter for the subscription with the kid themed cards.

What’s in the box?

The Gramr Quarterly includes everything you need to send one card each week. Including:

  • 4 Intent Collection Cards (w/ envelopes);
  • 4 Square Cards (w/ envelopes);
  • 4 Postcards
  • 12 postage stamps (one for each card, a $6.20 value);
  • + other goodies and surprise gifts

The Gramr Quarterly includes everything you need to send one card each week. Including:

  • 4 Intent Collection Cards (w/ envelopes);
  • 4 Square Cards (w/ envelopes);
  • 4 Postcard;
  • 2 fold-out Kids Thank You Cards (w/ envelopes);
  • 2 Postcards for Kids;
  • 16 postage stamps (one for each card, a $7.90 value)

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First Look

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There was a window cling (retails for $10.00 on their site) and $6.80 in stamps.  I think I will put the window cling on my car to inspire people as I drive.  There was also a lovely hand written card to me, complete with a picture (not pictured).

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There was a little booklet filled with quotes, encouragement and a list of all the cards in the box.

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There was a message from Gramr Quarterly, a quote and a list where you can write what you are grateful for.

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Gramr Quarterly listed every card, along with an idea of how to use the card.  After reading the game plan, I could tell they put considerable thought into each card.

Intent Series $4.00 each – These are regular cards that are blank on the inside.  All of these cards came in a clear plastic box (not pictured).  The prices I am including with each section of cards is the price listed on Gramr Gratitude Co’s website.

"Cheers"

“CheersThis card has gold foil and can be used to follow a dinner party.  The “C” is a bit hard to detect in this card, but I love the gold foil.  This card also reminds me of New Years Eve.

"You Matter"

“You Matter”  This is a great card to send this time of year.  Many people are prone to feeling blue during the winter months and this would be a lovely card to brighten their day.

"Thank You"

“Thank You” This card uses copper foil.  I love having general thank you card on hand.

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“All Good Things are Wild and Free” This card uses a “ghost foil” technique, which looks like embossing to me.  This card was included to send to someone who encourages you or inspires you to take risks.  The quote on the card is from Thoreau “All good things are wild and free”.

Postcard Series $2.00 each – These are regular postcards and there were four in the box.  Gramr included these type of postcards in the November 2015 Popsugar Must Have Box.
Thank the Mailman!

Thank the Mailman! Ah!  I am so happy to receive this postcard.  I have the best mailman.  Obviously, I received many boxes, and my mail carrier stacks all my boxes and bundles my paper mail together, so I don’t have to make a trip to the mailbox.  He often will just ring my bell and hand me my packages.  I always make sure I give him a gift card and a written note for the holidays.

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I don’t know if people want to see the back, but it’s a regular postcard.

Autumn

Autumn This card was included to send to someone who helped you slow down this autumn.  This is a person who may have helped you in a crisis to refocus.

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Thank a Teacher!  This card is going to L’s teacher.  She is one of the best teachers I have met, and she is leaving this semester. I am so sad to see her go and this is a nice card to express how much she has meant to our family.

The Fields and the Birds

The Fields and the Birds This card is for a person who told you a story that you can’t stop thinking about.

Square Gramrs $4.00 each – This is Gramr Gratitude Co’s original thank you notes.

Sunset

Sunset This card was included for you to pick whatever occasion you wish and send it to the person.

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The back of the cards are blank.  I didn’t take a separate picture, but I think the envelopes are cute too.

Winter Arch

Winter Arch This card is designed for someone who made this past season special.  This card also reminds me of travel, so you could invite someone on a trip with this card.

Mountain Path

Mountain Path This card is also designed for someone who made last season really great.  The card features just a beautiful mountain, so you can use it for any occasion.

Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie This card is perfect for thanking that friend or family member for the wonderful Thanksgiving meal you ate.  If you were the cook, you could send it to someone who traveled a long way to visit you.

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Final Thought: This box had a total value of $60.20.  I used the retail prices from Gramr, plus the cost of stamps.  The value was more than the box and the $15.00 coupon makes this box an ever better deal.  The $45.00 cost works out to $15.00/month, which is very reasonable for cards.  More than the value of the cards, I loved that Gramr included well made cards that were each included for a specific purpose.  Gramr Gratitude Co thoughtfully curated this box and I think they did a fantastic job.  If you want to try Gramr Gratitude Co’s Gramr Quarterly, use this link with the code CBLOVE to get $15.00 off your 1st box.  This is like getting one month free!

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