The Inky Box

A monthly selection of lettering and calligraphy supplies, all hand-picked by Sarah @theinkyhand!

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Plans as low as $12.17 / month
Product Overview
  • Subscribe by the last day of the month to receive the next month's box! Boxes will ship the first week of the month after you subscribe!
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Subscriptions automatically renew. Cancel anytime
Obsessed with lettering?
Subscribe now to receive a monthly selection of lettering and calligraphy tools, supplies, and greeting cards designed by your favorite lettering artists -- all hand-picked by Sarah @theinkyhand!
  • Products include brush pens, watercolors, paint pens, and more!
  • Retail value of the box will always be more than you paid for it ($40+ for the full size and $15+ for the Mini)
  • Receive lettering and calligraphy practice sheets every month to up your game!

Subscriber Reviews

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February box

by April L., Feb 18, 2019

I enjoy receiving the box every month, there are always things in there that I never would of known existed. I agree the price is a little high but finding great new tools makes it worth it.

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Love the surprises

by Susan J., Dec 15, 2018

...the sparkly December is such a delight.

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The cost is way too high!!!!

by Ines L., Nov 24, 2018

I looked at the past boxes (unfortunately after I ordered the first box) and the value is only equivalent or a buck or too cheaper than buying them yourself. I would actually say that it is more expensive once you consider that the seller adds in her own art pieces, such as magnets and lettering practice sheets as part of the cost. If anything these should be bonuses, not ways to make the box look like it costs more than it does. My suggestion is choose another subscription box.

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The Inky Box said...
Nov 26, 2018
I'm sorry you did not feel that the box was worth it. I do take care to make sure every has a value of at least what you paid for it, but if the practice sheets and cards aren't your thing, you might be better off just buying supplies.
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