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Artistry Gift Wrap Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2016

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If I recall correctly, Artistry began as a gift wrap subscription, but they now offer a gift wrap subscription, a gift box for women, and a combination of both! This is a review of the women’s gift box, which includes high quality, luxury products perfect for gifting! Or keeping!

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Artistry Gift Wrap Women’s Gift Box

The Cost: $39.95 per month for the women’s gift box, $19.95 every two months for the gift wrap subscription, or $49.95 per month for the combination box

COUPON: Save $5 off any subscription or purchase in the shop above $10.00 with code MSAFIVE!

The Products: The Women’s Gift Box includes items selected for gifting, and could be from such categories as home decor, beauty, fashion, jewelry, stationery, snacks, kitchen, or more. The gift wrap box contains gift wrapping items, and the combination box includes the best of both.

Ships to: Continental US only, shipping included

Check out all of our Artistry Gift Wrap reviews and the Artisan Subscription Box Directory!

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This month’s theme is “Think Spring”!


This is the information card that was included this month, detailing the package contents.


Illume Candles Demi Vanity Tin – Value $10

This candle smells incredible! I love the smell of fresh pineapple, and this candle made the whole box smell great! The cilantro is more subtle, but it’s definitely there.


Michael Design Works Peony Serveware – Value $10.70

These serving pieces are just gorgeous! And perfect for spring, too! They are BPA free, really hard and have a good weight to them. I am keeping these for sure, but they would also make a great hostess gift.


Bloembox Tiny Tin Edible Flowers – Value $7

What an adorable and confusing tiny gift! So, first of all, the flower on top is not edible, it’s cloth. I thought it was a little votive candle when I first opened the box, but it’s not at all. It’s a little tin of seeds with planting instructions. The seeds grow into edible flowers (in this case, apricot stock). It also contains ideas for serving / eating your edible flowers! How cool!


Coyne’s Peony Cosmetic Bag – Value $14.50

(I could only find this bag for sale on ebay online, so I’m going with the value that was listed on the information card.)

I know all subscription box addicts are inundated with cosmetic bags, but I have a hard time using the ones I typically get because they’re too small. This one is roomy, padded, beautiful, and perfect for spring! I think this might become my new daily cosmetics bag!

Verdict: Everything in this box was beautiful and perfect for spring. All the items included would make great gifts, too! I especially love the candle. I’m a little torn, though, because of the value. The value of the included items comes to about $42, which does surpass the cost of the box, but only by about $2. I’m happy with that, but at the same time, when I think of other boxes with a similar price point, I think the values are generally much higher. Otherwise, I liked everything I received, and I actually don’t know if I can part with any of these items as gifts!

What do you think of the Artistry Women’s Gift Box?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
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1 Comment

  1. The past boxes from this were really wonderful, so I finally subscribed. This one was okay, but not great. I do like everything but don’t love anything. I’ll give it another few months to decide; hopefully it’ll get back to really wonderful.

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