Dottie Box Subscription Box Review – March 2015
Dottie Box is a box curated every month for women. They feature handmade items, small businesses, and indie brands. They offer a regular and a mini box; this is a review of the regular box.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription: Dottie Box
The Cost: Full Size Box: $20/month + $6 shipping, Mini Box: $10/month + $3 shipping
The Products: Quality hand-made items for women selected from indie brands and small businesses.
Ships to: US
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Each box comes with an informational card detailing the featured items.
Harvest Co. “Sparkle & Shine” Pencils – 2 pencils, value: $4
Life in Mint Vintage Bottle Cap Magnets – set of 4, value: $7
I think these pencils are cute – they’ll look nice in my pen holder on my desk!
These magnets aren’t quite my style, but they’ll definitely make a cute gift.
Totally Tish Silver “Inspire” Necklace – value: $10
This necklace is just my style – simple, silver, and I love metal-stamped jewelry.
Itty Bitty Bubbles & Co. Bubble Cup in “Unicorn Tears” – 2 oz, value: $2
DottieBox Chalkboard Labels – value: $10?
I’ve never heard of bubble cups before, but this cup has almost a play-dough consistency, and you scoop some out and run it under the water to get a bubble bath! The fragrance I got is called “Unicorn Tears.” I can’t find it on their website, but it smells like a fruity bubblegum scent.
I added a question mark after the $10 value for these chalkboard stickers because I think it’s a little inflated – I know I could get the same thing for about half the price at a craft store. That being said, I’m happy to have the labels. They fit in well on my kitchen canisters and such, so I know I’m going to use them.
Verdict: I think this month’s Dottie Box is cute! It’s definitely an interesting mix of things, but I’m going to use almost everything so that’s fine. As far as value goes, everything adds up to $33, which I’m happy with, even if you adjust the value a little for the chalkboard labels.
What do you think about the March Dottie Box?