A project that started as a casual "what if...?" eight months ago is now a successful launch of the first ever community led co-op subscription service. Nine makers & members of the OMHG community put their heads and hearts into this project to bring forth the most innovative subscription service out there - Maker Mail!
What makes it different
Receiving Maker Mail is like receiving a package from a dear friend - each item is handmade with love and care, and sent directly from the artist to the subscriber with a handwritten note from the maker. The goal of Maker Mail is to introduce subscribers to new styles, products, creative businesses and makers from all over the world through a series of sweet gifts & goodies arriving in their mailbox every 3 months.
How it works
For this first trial round of Maker Mail, each person who buys a subscription will get product samples from three of the nine makers who put together & pulled off launching this innovative service, from conception to fulfillment! Each item will arrive with a sweet little note to introduce you to the artist. After the trial round, Maker Mail will become a quarterly subscription service, adding in more makers from the OMHG community and rotating them among subscribers so you always have something new to look forward to in your mailbox!
How to get your own
Since launching the trial round just three days ago, three-fourths of the trial subscriptions have already been claimed! You can be one of the very first to experience Maker Mail by purchasing a Maker Mail trial round here - but hurry, before they sell out! It's just $35 for sweet goodies from marvelous makers delivered right to your door, and after the trial you can opt in to discover even more awesome artists by becoming a quarterly subscriber!
Pay it forward
Have a fab friend you want to shower with love? You can purchase the Maker Mail trial as a gift, too! Just put in their shipping information at checkout! How fun would it be to surprise your mom, sister, bestie, with a series of sweet handmade items popping up in their mailbox?