Alissa Bell

Memo Box

$148.00 USD

We created our “Memo Box” to keep luxury close at hand. Whether on your desk at home, or at the office, it’s an essential component for any workspace. 100 blank, cover weight memo notes accompany the hand polished, unfinished brass box, designed by Alissa and made in Los Angeles. Together the set is a smart and stylish addition to your desk. We’ve also included the option to add ten of our signature, angled closure, white envelopes for sending off a quick note.   

Product Details
Shipping & Returns
  • Brass Memo Box
  • 100 Blank Memo Notes
Approximate size:
4" x 5.5" x 1.5"

Unfinished Brass, hand polished
U.S. Shipping Only. Up to 3 business day processing time. Shipping is free on orders over $50. This is shipped from Alissa Bell and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted within 7 days of receiving the order for products in it's original packaging and unused. For returns please contact, and note the order number in the subject line.

Why We Love it

The Memo Box is the perfect desk accessory—beautiful to look at, yet functional. It’s convenient enough for making a grocery list and quality enough to use for a thank-you note in a pinch. Now that’s the kind of multitasking we can all get behind.

Meet The Founder


Though she’s the daughter of an entrepreneur, Alissa Bell didn’t immediately follow in her father’s brand-building footsteps. Her first job out of UCLA was at a global accounting firm. But Bell knew she wanted to carve her own path doing something artistic. “I looked at the women 5-20 years ahead of me at the firm and knew that I wanted to live life on my terms, have young children with the option of being home, and challenge myself creatively.”

When she first launched her paper and printing business, Bell was creating for other clients–her first job was wedding invitations. After 6 years of creating for others, Bell launched her line of stationery and paper goods in 2017. Her favorite creation is the signature envelope with its standout slanted flap.

Bell, who also owns a restaurant in Carmel by The Sea, (not-so-coincidentally called Stationæry) built her company around the value of flexibility. “Ten years ago, I didn't have kids—now I have three! I wanted my future self to have the option to be home while they were young. I can dial down or dial up depending on the stage I’m at as a woman. My youngest is now nearing a year old, and I'm excited to be dialing the business back up!”