Farm Momma Box Subscription Review + Coupon – August 2017
Farm Momma is a monthly subscription featuring farmhouse inspired items that are handmade and from small businesses. From Farm Momma:
Every month you will receive an amazing assortment of farmhouse and handmade tidbits. From handmade soaps, fresh from the farm artisan honey’s and jams to farmhouse decals and more. You don’t have to buy the farm when you have the farmhouse to porch box.
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The Subscription Box: Farm Momma
The Cost: $31.49 a month + free shipping. They also offer a one-time purchase box for $34.99.
COUPON: Get a free gift with your first box! No coupon required, just link here!
The Products: An assortment of “farmhouse and handmade tidbits. From handmade soaps, fresh from the farm artisan honey’s and jams to farmhouse decals and more.”
Ships to: US
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The vibe of this box gives me so much pleasure. You know that this is a small business you are supporting and that the owner of Farm Momma, Jess, is in turn supporting other small businesses with the items she chooses.
Inside the envelope was a tiny handwritten card (so sweet!) and a card that listed all the artisans & companies featured in this box.
This jar of jam is just darling. I love the wooden “#lovethis” spreader and the pink bow tied around the jar. The jam itself tastes fantastic. Shelley knows what she is doing in the jam-making department. She sells her jars on Etsy in bulk as wedding and shower favors and since I’m not sure how many ounces of jam are in this jar, I’m estimating the price based on her bulk numbers.
B Design’D Home Jute Twine Bottle – Value $10.00?
This small jar is wrapped with jute twine and adorned with lace and a decorative flower. It came with a cork stopper. It can be used as a bud vase or to add a decorative farmhouse touch to a shelf or windowsill. Based on the sizes of the jars on B Design’D Home’s Etsy page holding roses, I’m guessing my jar is quite smaller and therefore I put the price at approximately $10.00. I loved how it was packed in an aqua berry basket.
Hadley Designs makes custom made wedding invitations and has graciously put their cool recipe card design on their website to be downloaded and printed for free. I love the easy, medium, hard checkoff area for the recipe’s required skill level. These cards have such a cozy, old-fashioned feel to them. I think they’re just perfect for printing treasured family favorites.
The Wood Spoon “Mix” Spoon – Value $3.00
I’m always reaching for my wooden spoons when standing at the stove and I can surely use another. This one is wood-burned with the word “mix” and has a down-home feel.
MJ Creations Flour Sack Towel – Value $8.00
MJ Creations makes darling printed flour sack towels. They can be used as kitchen towels, large napkins, or even bathroom hand towels. I also like using towels like these to line bread baskets when I’m having brunch and putting out baskets of muffins or bagels. The towel is machine washable and dryer safe.
MJ Creations Decorative Clothespin – Value $1.00?
I don’t see MJ Creations selling these clothespins on their website yet, but they do have some burlap banners and wooden signs that are perfect anyone who loves a farmhouse décor. The clip can be used to gather together your to-do lists, or even chip clip.
Verdict: The last time I unpacked a subscription box that paid this much attention to packaging and thoughtful details was Willie Wags. Each item had separate packaging, cards, bows, tissue paper and truly felt like a special gift. The value this month came to $25 (with my estimations) which is less than the $31.49 monthly cost (including free shipping) so I’d love to see that the value come up a bit in future months. However, I firmly believe this box’s value lies more in its curation and the ability to help you discover little known Etsy shops and artisans. If you’re a country girl at heart maybe this is a box you’d love to try out!
What do you think of Farm Momma?