Monthly Jewelry Tree Subscription Review – November 2017
Monthly Jewelry Tree is a new monthly jewelry subscription from Jammin Butter that sends you a mystery piece of jewelry with a gift bag.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Monthly Jewelry Tree
The Cost: $5.49 + free US shipping
The Products: Every month, you will receive a piece of jewelry AND a gift bag and tag to pass it along to a friend if it’s not your style. Be the base of your very own jewelry tree. Items will vary in style and type (bracelets, watches, necklaces, earrings etc) and if you order more than one, you will receive different items and multiple gift bags.
Ships to: U.S. only
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add Monthly Jewelry Tree to your subscription list or wishlist!
You’ll see a branded card that explains their whole deal. If you love your jewelry, great! If not? Use the included gift bag to give away!
As always, they’ve thrown in a voucher for $100 off at Naked Wines as well.
Rose Gold Hoop Earring with Rhinestone-Studded Beads
This is my third time receiving Monthly Jewelry Tree and so far my second pair of earrings. Although these are not something I’d pick out myself, I don’t dislike them. I like the rose gold and am glad to see that there’s a closure for the hoop by way of a hinged arm. I kinda messed up my pierced ears when I was very young by wearing insanely dangly earrings (it was the 80s!) that would catch on things. Without getting too graphic, my pierced ears are more of slits than holes these days and I rarely wear earring because of it.
While these aren’t super heavy, they are still a bit heavier than I’d like from the matching rose gold bead that glides around on the hoop. It’s covered with silver rhinestones which it a bit too much glitz for me. I think what I’ll end up doing it remove the bead and rock these as plain hoops. Still worth the little over $5, in my opinion!
The gift bag this month changed from the past two to this cream number with green leafy branches. Still cute! I’ll be saving this to use to pack jewelry when traveling.
Verdict: This month has been the best Monthly Jewelry Tree for me since I realized I can minimalize the overly blingy earrings they sent me. It’s a total crapshoot with this subscription, but luckily the cost is low enough that at the very least, you have a small gift to pass along (with gift bag).
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. This subscription is totally random so there is no guarantee what you will receive each month.
What did you get in your Monthly Jewelry Tree?