Online marketplace Look Lane interviews Boxcitement!
Our Creative Director Deb was interviewed by the lovely people at Look Lane recently, and we thought it it would be a great piece to share on our blog […]Read more
A month in the life of a subscription box!
Deb, our Creative Director, has been taking part this month in #marchmeetthemaker, a creative initiative on Instagram dreamed up by designer and illustrator Joanne Hawker. Every day in March Joanne […]Read more
Where did Valentine’s Day cards come from?
We’ve created lots of love-based crafts and designs at Boxcitement, for lots of reasons and occasions – from cute Mother’s day characters to indulgent bath bombs and stylish greetings cards. It’s […]Read more
The art of the journal – planning never looked so good
It’s the New Year – time to decide to plan, to organise and to improve. And for many people a highlight of the New Year is opening that brand new […]Read more
We’ve noticed here at Boxcitement that whenever we mention that we’ve included stationery in one of our monthly boxes, or we post an image of our stationery on one of […]Read more
The meaning of colour
Boxcitement, as you may have noticed, uses eye-catching colour combinations to make the most of our designs. There’s more to the use of colour than meets they eye… Colour is […]Read more
An obsession with washi
Part of the joy of being part of an innovative company such as Boxcitement is the chance to explore creativity in all its forms and to spot trends amongst our […]Read more
Dinner Party Etiquette
Dinner party etiquette – or in other words, how to have a good do! We all love a good get together at Boxcitement, and between us have had friends over for […]Read more
The art of Re-Gifting
Regifting. It’s all the rage these days, but what is it? At Boxcitement we often describe our boxes as containing gifts that can be kept, used or re-gifted: we like to […]Read more
The Creative Process (according to Boxcitement)
The creative process timeline: • Spark of an idea leading to a great feeling of amazing creative energy • Realisation that the idea is terrible and that you’re a terrible […]Read more