Magnolia Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2017
Magnolia Crate is a stationery and paper goods subscription box. Each month you’ll receive 4-6 items, primarily greeting cards.
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 Box: Magnolia Crate
The Cost: $19.99 a month plus shipping ($2.76 shipping to PA)
COUPON: Use coupon code MSAFREEMONTH to save $19.99 on any subscription that is 3 months or longer!
The Products: 4-6 paper good and stationery products. Mostly greeting cards.
Ships to: US and Worldwide
Check out all of our Magnolia Crate reviews!
Each box comes with a card detailing the items included:
Now, onto the cards!
Get Lucky Card AvEH Designs – Value $4.50
This blank card is printed from an original watercolor design. It’s a cute card, and if you like the style I recommend checking out the AvEH Designs Etsy shop. (There’s an amazing Darth Vadar romantic card!)
Hey You Card by Swell Made – Value $5
This gold foil design is simple and perfect for just about any note!
This gold foil stamped card in mini, (5″ by 3.5″) and it works for any age – super practical!
Lucky Friend Birthday Card by Little Print Design – Value $4.50
This birthday card is a little more personalized and special for a friend. The word “lucky” isn’t gold foil, but the envelope is a shimmery gold!
Hello, Gorgeous Card by Scotch and Cream – Value $4.50
This card is gold foil stamped with custom hand lettering and the envelope is a matching shimmery gold, too!
Verdict: This box has a retail value of about $23.50. That’s an improvement over last month’s box, and it brings the value to just above the cost (counting shipping costs). If you’re thinking of signing up, I recommend doing the 3-month subscription with the MSAFREEMONTH coupon. (It works out to about $15 a box (including shipping) – pretty good for 5 cards!)
And aside from value, I think Magnolia Crate does a great job of curating a box full of unique and gorgeous stationery items.
What do you think of the March Magnolia Crate?