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Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

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Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

Project DIY is a new DIY and craft subscription box that focuses on jewelry and accessories. I’ve been subscribing to Project DIY since the first box and really enjoy this subscription – all the finished pieces look very professional in my opinion. Each month also has a theme that the projects are centered around. The theme for November was Joan of Arc. I wasn’t super excited for the style of jewelry this month, but I still wanted to try it!

The Subscription Box: Project DIY

The Cost: $30 a month (includes shipping, and first month comes with a free starter kit).

The Products: The materials and instructions needed to make 2-3 accessories.

Ships to: US only

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Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

Shield Necklace

Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

Shield Necklace Materials

Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

The finished product! I wanted to keep this necklace as simple as possible, so I didn’t add all the embellishments to the pendant.

Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

This necklace was pretty easy to make, and definitely a unique look. (FYI – I’ve needed jewelry tools for all Project DIY items, but luckily they now include their starter kit free with every subscription!)

Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

Warrior Cuff

Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

Warrior Cuff Materials

Project DIY Subscription Box Review – November 2013

This project was pretty simple too – it just involved glue! Again, I didn’t use all the embellishments they included, but I’m happy with the results!

Verdict: I have so much fun with my Project DIY subscription! I’m also happy with the quality of the materials they use and the instructions they provide (They have a really slick iPad app with step-by-step photos, or you can get the instructions on their website too).

What did you think of the November Project DIY box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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3 Comments

  1. Just signed up and got free starter kit. Used code MJDIY6 and got 20% off too!

  2. I like that you post pictures of the crafts/jewelry after making them. It’s nice to see the finished product and how they can be altered without using all of the supplies included. Another box added to my wish list!

  3. I really really really want to try this one out! I wanted to sign up when you reviewed the first box, but was unable to. I hope they sell past boxes, I want to get the very first DIY project! I may have to subscribe to this next year! Thanks!

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