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Mission Cute Subscription Box Review – March 2015

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Mission Cute March 2015 - Box

Mission Cute is a monthly subscription box of cute items for your home and wardrobe from small, artisan businesses and donates 50% of monthly net proceeds to a new charity each month.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Mission Cute March 2015 - verdict photo

The Subscription Box: Mission Cute

The Cost: $39/month

The Products: a minimum of 2 items made by artisan, small-businesses

Ships to: US

Check out all of our Mission Cute reviews!

Mission Cute March 2015 - info 1

Mission Cute March 2015 - info 2

Every Mission Cute box comes with an informational card, detailing that month’s chosen charity and the featured items inside. This month, they are donating to 3 Seams.

Mission Cute March 2015 - items 1

Rifle Paper Co. Russian Rose Notepad – value: $7

Carbon Crusader Motivational Pencils – set of 3, value: $4

I love anything Rifle Paper Co., so this notepad is a win for me. The floral prints are always so pretty!

For some reason, I feel like I’ve received a lot of pencils in subscription boxes lately! This set of 3 has motivational phrases on them – “make good choices,” “make today count,” and “make your mark.” (I couldn’t find a set of 3 with mixed phrases in the Carbon Crusader shop, so I just linked to a set of 3.)

Mission Cute March 2015 - items 2

The notepad has a little pocket on the inside, and the pad itself is perfect for list-making.

Mission Cute March 2015 - items 3

Mission Cute Accessory Bag – value: $8

Mission Cute Print – value: $15

This accessory bag is cute and will make a good organizational case – I can picture using this for anything from accessories, to make up brushes, to pencils, coupons, etc.!

I like getting prints. I’ve always loved hanging thing up on my walls, and this print is so pretty and positive. It’s a nice pick-me-up touch for Spring.

Mission Cute March 2015 - items 4

3Seams Boho Twist – value: $8

This “Boho Twist” is made from Cambodian Sarongs, and can be worn as a bracelet, headband, belt, necklace, or basically any other way you can think of! Bohemian isn’t generally my style, but I’m sure I’ll find a way to use it or display it.

Verdict: This was a fun Mission Cute box! I know I’ll use almost everything in the box, and I really love seeing something from Rifle Paper Co. As far as value goes, everything adds up to $43 – I’m happy with that value!

What do you think about Mission Cute?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.

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  1. I look at what you get in this box for $40, and then what you get on Popsugar MH or Little Lace Box, and can’t understand how they can still be in business. But I guess there is an audience for anything.

  2. How is it that the print costs more than the notepad lol

  3. This doesn’t look like a good value box. I would never pay $43 for a notepad, pencils, accessory bag, a card, and a bracelet! I can find all of this at the dollar section at Target. I don’t like when subs put cheap things that are way overpriced to fill in the value.

  4. I have been disappointed with the last couple of boxes mainly because of the “print.” It is valued as the most expensive item in the box but there is no way it is worth $15 unless MAYBE it came framed, which it didn’t. I can print out something nicer and on sturdier paper/ stock– this print is flimsy. It seems insulting that they overinflate the value to make the box seem more worthwhile– there is no way that this box is “worth” $43. I had subbed for 6 months and still have 2-3 months left– I doubt that I will be renewing, despite the charitable aspect…

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