Box of Blessings Subscription Review + Coupon– November 2016
International Box of Blessings is a subscription service with a heart! Every box is filled with 3-4 handmade pieces of jewelry or other artisan goods made by impoverished people from around the world. Your subscription helps them to create sustainable livelihoods for their families! Plus 10% of each purchase is donated to poverty-fighting charities.
This box was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Box of Blessings
The Cost: $29.95 +$4 shipping = $33.95 per month with discounts available for longer subscription commitments
COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with code MSA10!
The Products: 3-4 pieces of jewelry or other products handcrafted by impoverished people around the world
Ships to: US. Contact customer service for International shipping inquiries.
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This leaflet was included in my package. This month’s focus is Asia.
Inside is some information about the charities that International Blessings currently works with. This month’s Cause of the Month is Rahab’s Hope, a charity that supports women in India who have been the victims of trafficking.
The back of the leaflet includes some information about the items included, plus social media information for International Blessings.
These earrings are just stunning! I have received earrings from the Starfish Project before, and I think it’s a wonderful organization. I don’t usually get any sense of retail values of items from International Blessings, but just FYI, I did notice there’s a sticker on these that says $15.99.
This necklace is also from the Starfish Project, but it does not have a price tag, nor is it listed on their website for sale. It is gorgeous, though! I love the black and silver combination.
Elephant Coin Purse
Oh my gosh, look at how adorable this little coin purse is! I believe it was made in Thailand and is part of the Ethnic Lanna organization. I think I am going to put it in my little niece’s Christmas box, but there’s a big part of me that just wants to keep it for myself! I just don’t use coin purses, though, or I would definitely be tempted.
Verdict: I think International Blessings is doing great and important work with their subscription service! I loved my jewelry from the Starfish Project, and the coin purse is just too cute! I also love feeling like I’m helping global artisans support themselves and other important causes. I don’t know the exact retail value of everything, but I will say that these three items must definitely be worth more than the $34 box cost.
What do you think of International Box of Blessings?