As you may have heard (‘cause I’m so excited, I can’t help gushing about it!), July is a BIG month here at PbP. It’s our one year anniversary on July 20th!!! Go on, brush your shoulders off!
We have lots of celebration plans this month and it’s our way of saying thank you for being a part of PbP, supporting our dream of inspiring #fierceloyalty, sending cards and spreading love!
You can find all things anniversary on this special page. We’ve already unveiled our special bigger and better than evah curated collection. You can still get it as a single purchase BUT they’re going fast so you’d better get a move on.
On July 20th, we’ll be debuting our quarterly stationery box subscription! I’m so in love with the papery goodness in the premiere box. I can’t wait to start showing you sneak peeks. I know you paper lovers are going to just swoon over it!
Then, later in the year, we’ll roll out our Preferred Partner Program and PbP paper products.
Pretty exciting, huh? Make sure to sign up for our newsletter so you don’t miss out on subscriber only coupons, sneak peeks and first dibs!
Themed Collections Have Arrived
To continue in the celebration, today we’re rolling out the first 3 Themed Curated Collections, with more coming in the next couple of weeks.
Say hello to the Encouragement/Support, Friendship and Sympathy Collections. These beauties contain 8 (YES 8!) of the best cards so that you’ll always be prepared – no more frantically searching online or in the grocery store aisle at the last minute and being forced to pick something totally tacky and not exactly what’s in your heart. We’ve got you covered!
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Stay tuned for 4 more themed collections debuting during the month of July. Sign up for the newsletter so you’re the first to hear and for special subscriber only discounts.
P.S. Our BIGGEST sale ever ends today. Use code ONEYEAR for 50% off any single purchase collection (excluding July). And in case you missed it, get tips on how to use cards that are non-specific/open-ended on the blog.