Christmas all wrapped up!
We love creating fancy wrapping paper for our boxes here at Boxcitement HQ, but it got me wondering – especially at this time of year when Christmas gift wrap appears […]Read more
Doing the Difficult
Why stepping out of your comfort zone is critical for business success. The idea of Boxcitement is nearly three years old, meaning we have created a business that is viable, […]Read more
Inspiration – from masterpieces to unicorns…
There are a few days in the month where everything slows down a bit for Boxcitement. Boxes have been posted, items have been ordered for the following month and we […]Read more
How does an idea become reality?
Hello 2018, and hello to all our lovely blog readers – let’s get this year off to a great start shall we?! At the beginning of January, our little creative […]Read more
Can you really have fun running your own business?
Boxcitement turns two this month – and in a reflective mood our little team has sat down and chatted about how much fun we have had building this little […]Read more
Overcoming creative block
Have you sometimes felt your creativity sinking? Boxcitement inhabits a world of creativity – and so, we have discovered, do our subscribers. Whether they are fellow designers and creative entrepreneurs, […]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
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
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
A day in the life of a Boxcitement letterpress notecard
“As roller and plate and card collided, a bit of magic was created”. First off, apologies… this isn’t a blog exactly, more a day trip to one of our favourite […]Read more