Neatography: A Subscription-Based Paper Goods Shop

Neatography Subscription

Neatography is a subscription-based paper goods company from outside Chattanooga, TN. As a former resident of Chattanooga, I was really excited to see what kinds of products Neatography would offer and to have a chance to offer support to a hometown girl. The package was wrapped in lovely grey-and-white twine with a hand-stamped tag. It felt like a delightful little present!

In the package, Lindsey includes an assortment of products that value at least $25. Since the monthly subscription rate is $23 +$4 shipping, that seems more than fair. My kit included a letterpress fill-in-the-blank card from Ruff House Art; a set of fabric-covered, polka dot thumbtacks in grey and orange from Girl of All Work; an “Old School” notepad, also from Ruff House Art; a roll  washi-style masking tape with arrow pattern from Side Show Press; and four US Forever stamps with the heart wax seal from this year. Neatography also includes a self-address, stamped reply postcard to send back to Lindsey with your comments about the set.

Details of Neatography Subscription

 

I think this is one of the nicest collections I’ve received from a paper good subscription and I particularly liked the inclusion of a block of stamps. Its a very thoughtful way to make keeping in touch quick and easy. All of the products seemed to come from small, independent companies and none were products I’d seen or purchased before which was quite a treat.

The notepad is lovely offset printed tablet of 50 lined sheets and I look forward to using it. I’m about to move offices at work again and I think the cloth thumbtacks will be nice on my plain office pinboards. And, seriously, who doesn’t love a roll of washi/masking tape? Its a giant roll!

The Neatography subscriptions are available in a limited quantity and can be purchased as a one-time shipment, monthly or on a quarterly basis. The price is the same per shipment regardless of which option you choose. A single one-time purchase would be a great gift for a friend. Sadly, it doesn’t look as if international shipping is currently available.


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  1. I love this! It seems like a bunch of subscription services are popping up and it’s hard for me to resist signing up for all of them!

    Does she ship via USPS?

    PS – how can you stand moving offices so much? It takes me too long to get settled in a new place. Even the threat of moving makes me cranky 😉

    1. I can no longer count how many times I’ve moved desks since I’ve been here. Well over 20 times in 13 years for sure. They all sort of look the same so its just a matter of having new neighbors and the potential for a window seat.

  2. I am so excited to hear about this! I used to subscribe to “Lost Crates” and I really loved it. Sadly, they were unable to keep going. I have been looking for another paper products club. I am going to check into Neatography right now! Do you know of other paper clubs? I’d love to hear about them!

  3. Good to know, I’ve been looking for new subscription service. I subscribed to Rad&Hungry for one year and decided it was way too pricey for what it contained. Lost Crates went bust before I had a chance to try them out.

    I did have a wonderful six months with an etsy seller who is no longer offering her services. I think it was called something like It’s Paper Darling, the seller was in Nashville Tennessee.

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