Here's a look at the whole parcel:
Here's the bag that it comes in, which is a nice, vibrant green. I now have a nice little collection of these bags and they're coming in handy for storing travel planner supplies (I used one for pencils and one for washi tape the last time my friends and I had a craft night, definitely recommend it.)
The first thing I pulled out were these stickers. Evil Supply Co. stickers are a lovely, sturdy vinyl and I love the roses, they're extremely versatile. The other two are bottle labels which say "Deadly Nightshade Oil", which I haven't found a use for yet (I don't have too many decorative bottles lying about. Maybe I should fix that.)
Next I pulled out the mini pocket notebooks and, guys. Guys. Guys. I can't help but screech over the Deadly Nightshade notebook. I love Evil Supply Co.'s more retro, cartoon-y styles but the elegance of this one is so my lane. I don't even know what I'm going to use this one for, I'm just going to hoard it until I find the absolute perfect purpose. Absolutely A+ on this one.
Next up are the notecards and envelopes. The envelopes are a lovely bright, acid green which are perfect for decorating with stickers and washi. The notecards are both very cute and I think a lot of people would love receiving them.
Lastly, the art print and patch are also lovely! I think I might want to punch the print and put it in my new Filofax planner, but I won't do anything until I'm sure. The patch is very cute and would go great on the arm of a denim jacket or on a pair of decorated jeans. Very cute!
This will be my last Evil Supply Co. unboxing for a few months, I think. It's going to take me a little while to sort out where I am going to be living/working after graduation and I didn't want to fuss with the post. Still, the next Evil Supply Co. parcel theme is called Bad Luck for Sale. This sounds like a wonderful parcel and I'm sad to miss it, so subscribe while you can!