Cheer Up Treats Mental Health Box

If you have been following my blog for more than five minutes, you will know I’m a big fan of the subscription box. Cheer Up Treats is high up on my list of favourites, so when I saw a Mental Health themed box was available, I knew I had to have one. Cheer Up Treats is a wonderful idea created by my lovely friend, Vicki, a lifestyle and positivity blogger who is passionate about supporting small businesses and making people happy. Each box is bursting with surprises, designed to bring a smile and brighten up a day.

I have already received two mystery boxes full of fun, colourful and positive treats (here and here) so I was super excited when my third one arrived. Every box contains a thoughtfully handpicked cute selection of goodies from awesome independent businesses such as notepads & stationary, badges, motivational postcards, enamel pins, wax melts, bath bombs, candles, stickers, sweets, bookmarks and more! 

If you want to treat yourself or a friend to a lucky dip bag or mystery box make sure you use the code HIBEXA and get 10% off your order! There are still a few limited edition Mental Health Boxes left too!

As with every box I have received, Vicki puts so much love, care and attention into the presentation of these packages. The minute you open the box, you are greeted with tons of beautiful, bright and colourful gifts to unwrap, all covered in cute little love heart confetti. I couldn’t wait to open my surprises! <3

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I’m a huge postcard and Katie Abey fan, so the first surprise was an absolute winner for me. It’s rainbow coloured, it’s motivational and it’s got a cat on it *major heart eyes*. Katie is one of my fave illustrators and creators and is well known for her fun, punny and witty designs. For more Katie goodies, click here.

I also received the fantastic ‘You Should Know You Are Not Alone’ Katie Abey postcard. This would be lovely to send to a friend who is going through a tough time to show you are thinking of them <3

Does anyone else feel like their life is slightly more organised if you have a to-do list nearby? Katie Abey’s Pad of Productivity is one of my favourite designs and funnily enough, I’m coming to the end of my first one. So getting another was a very welcome surprise – now I’ve got no excuses not to be more productive!

I’m such a badge and enamel pin nerd (you should see my ridiculous collection) so getting a new one always makes me v. happy. This Mental Health Warrior badge is designed by Carli from Colour Your Life Club – the home of all things bright, positive and cheerful. A perfect badge to remind yourself how strong you are.

Carli has created a range of brilliant Mental Health Badges, Postcards, Prints and Stickers designed to raise awareness, encourage speech and end the stigma – why not check out the full collection!

Yaaasss! It’s an enamel pin from Punky Pins! I’m always very excited to get a brand new shiny pin, and Punky Pins certainly have some fab designs. You Matter is such an important reminder and you can see that Vicki has put so much thought into finding the most perfect treats to fit in with the mental health theme.

To see even more awesome Punky Pins from my collection, click here.

This gorgeous mirror is actually designed by Cheer Up Treats – impressive hey! Is there no end to Vicki’s talents! It’s cute, colourful and positive – guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.

I’ve never heard of a ‘wish bracelet’ before but think it is such a sweet idea! It’s designed by Before Birdie who makes cute handmade gifts. “Tie this bracelet around your wrist, close your eyes and make a wish. When the thread begins to fray, you know your wish is on its way” – so adorable! <3

Also included in the box is a Unicorn Lollypop by Lolly Poppin, an incredibly cute notepad by Drix Productions and Kind Humans Magazine by Beckie Burkill. This is such a brilliant magazine full of real life mental health stories, experiences, tools and ideas, it focuses on kindness and positivity and it’s just a nice feel-good read. Plus, it’s super bright & colourful too! For more info, check out Kind Humans Magazine.

As always, I’m so happy with the selection of awesome treats I received in my Cheer Up Treats box. Vicki does a wonderful job of handpicking the most perfect items and putting them all together in this lovely bundle of happiness. If you are passionate about supporting small businesses and making someone smile, go check out Cheer Up Treats. Why not check out my other reviews here and here for even more surprises!

Don’t forget to use the code HIBEXA and get 10% off your order.

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