Welcome to another post here on the blog. I’m all over the place with posts and what not. It’s December. Christmas overload! I’m talking planner spreads, DIYs, gift guides, and more! PLUS I’m hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@ChaoticCritic) #ChaoticXMASGiveaway. It’s 12 Days of Giveaways. I’ll have the rules listed below.
As always, be sure to click the links throughout this post for related posts and links to purchase items/similar styles featured.
I haven’t posted an Etsy sticker haul in quite some time. I’ve featured shops here and there that I’ve ordered from, but this is the largest order I’ve placed in a while. Click the link below to see my other Etsy Hauls:
I ordered from two shops over Valentine’s Day weekend, JuJuAllOver and Sticky Essentials. Both shops were having a sale and I don’t like ordering from shops unless there is one. I’m not talking the usual 10% off your order. I like to wait around for coupon codes for 40% or more. I typically go for the 50% off. It’s great when shops have no minimum with their coupon code. Be sure to search around on Instagram or even Facebook groups, but Instagram is the fastest and esisest way to find the latest sales.
Starting with Sticky Essentials, she was having a sale where you spend $25 you get 6 sheets free. Her usual deal is spend $15, get 1 sheet free or spend $25 get 3 sheets free. I ordered two kits: the March monthly kit and mystery kit, plus a sheet of TV stickers. The March monthly kit was $14, which I got for free since it’s 6 sheets and the mystery kit was $22.95. I ended up paying $28.70 (including shipping) for my order.
I really like the stickers from Sticky Essentials and her price point is great. For 6 sheets you pay $14 which breaks down to $2.33 a sheet. Plus with the mystery kit you get 10 sheets plus 2 extras. She sent a Le Pen plus a cute paperclip. A lot of mystery kits start at $25 so for what she’s sending, it’s a great price point. Links to purchase below:
Moving onto JuJuAllOver, her sale was spend $50 and get 50% off. I purchased 3 kits plus some cute little extras. With her kits all sheets are sold separately for $3.50 each. I love that her shop offered the Happy Planner version. While the Happy Planner and the Erin Condren Life Planner have a nearly identical layout, the Happy Planner boxes are definitely taller. I have the “Good Things Are Going to Happen” edition so my boxes are even taller. I love that the kits were offered with wash strips which really helps to fill inane white spaces in the spread.