Flicker Box Subscription Box Review + Coupon – January 2017
Flicker Box is a monthly candle subscription that focuses on makers from the United States that create artisanal, small-batch candles.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Flicker Box
The Cost: $34 a month plus $5.95 USPS priority shipping. You can also get a bi-monthly plan which is $34 plus shipping every 2 months.
The Products: “Each Flicker Box contains a variety of artisanal candles made from candle artists from around the United States. We share their story and ship subscribers a delightfully curated box right to their doorstep.”
Ships to: U.S. only, via USPS priority
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This month’s candle collection is called “For the Love of Books.”
On the opposite side of the theme card, it lists information about all the featured candle companies.
Hearth & Hammer Burning Books Literary Soy Candle – 8 oz, Value $18
(35 hour burn time)
I couldn’t wait to burn this candle because it smells amazing! The fragrance is a perfect combination of cinnamon, orange, and fir. I love how warm and cozy this is!
From the Page “Reading Nook” Soy Candle – 4 oz, Value $6
(~26 hour burn time)
This candle’s fragrance is a mix of bergamot, coriander, amber, and vanilla. It’s another warm scent, and slightly earthy and subtly sweet. It’s definitely one that I can see lighting to curl up and read in a comfy chair or nook.
Paper Street Candle Co. Harry Potter Tea Light Set – Value $6?
It doesn’t look like this particular Harry Potter-themed set is listed in their Etsy shop right now, so I got the value from this coffee lover’s tea light set (uh, YUM). Anyways, these are really cute – I love the color combination, too. They’re all different fragrances but are generally a variation of musky-sweet or earthy. I like them all and burned them at the same time yesterday, and the scents worked well together.
And, as always, FlickerBox included one of their branded matchbooks. I love that they do this – it’s so simple and easy to keep on hand by my candles around the house.
Verdict: I liked that Flicker Box chose a literary theme for their January 2017 box! Obviously, I’m always happy when I love all the candles they send – I already have these swapped in for my holiday candles around the house. The value adds up to $30, which is less than the cost, so I’m a little bummed with that. I do know I wouldn’t have found these candles without discovering them through FlickerBox, but I would have loved another full-size candle instead of the tea lights, or maybe a couple little votives, or something like that to even out the value a little more.
What do you think about the January Flicker Box?