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Terra Bella Box Winter 2015 Limited Edition Box Spoilers

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Terra Bella Box has launched a limited edition box for the holidays:

The Box:Β Terra Bella Box Winter 2015 Limited Edition Box

The Cost: $65

The Products: Over $100 worth of products including the following:

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Details: From Salacia Salts, this fabulous upcycled cobalt blue wine bottle salt soak, in either Southern Pecan or Magnolia. Retail value: $30

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Dreamtime Salve, by Three Leaf Farm apothecary. Retail value: $9.99

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Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Posted in Subscription Box News, Terra Bella Box News| Tags: Terra Bella Box | 10 comments

Comments (10)

  1. I give my postal worker a small box of chocolates every year with a card. This way she knows it’s safe to eat,it doesn’t exceed the 20 dollars and so on. Ive also gifted her a travel size duo of lotion and shower gel from bath and bodyworks in place of the chocolates some years. Hope this helps give you ideas ☺

    • Love the chocolate idea! Thanks so much!

  2. My husband’s a postal worker (not a carrier), and federal law prohibits them from accepting gifts worth more than $20 or from accepting cash or gift certificates that can be exchanged for cash in any amounts. That doesn’t mean that some won’t do so anyway, but that is the law. I would suggest maybe homemade baked goods or something like that, or a scarf or gloves maybe.

    • This is 100% correct. I’ll add that there is an aggregate limit to the total value of all gifts a federal employee can accept in a given calendar year. I’m a federal attorney and provide ethics opinions on these kinds of issues on an almost daily basis. Consumables that are homemade are a good bet but really only if you know the recipient well enough they would feel safe eating what you give. I live in a major city and while I know my carrier on a first name basis I would still be surprised if he decided to eat something I made for him. It’s just the unfortunate nature of the world in which we live. I’ve had to caution friends that their well intentioned cash tips to mail carriers are actually prohibited by federal criminal statute. By virtue of the nature of federal employment employees are not the same as other service professionals you typically reward at year’s end.

  3. These 2 products loon great! But I’m not allowed to buy anything else (says me)… Spent too much on Black Friday and I’m on product overload! I also don’t usually buy any boxes above $25-$30.

  4. Liz! What’s the best gift for the postal employees that delivers tons of subs packages? Since I live in a non-access floor she calls me when I have a package and we meet when I get out of the office. I want to give her something nice but not sure what is appropiate. Would love to see a post so I can read opinions from my fellows box addicts!

    • I bet she’s on her feet a lot! Foot-pampering creams and bath soaks!

      Kinda off topic – the woman in the top photo is wearing a pine tree on her head. Geez.

    • I think you should ask your mail carrier about herself instead of asking Liz for ideas. Granted you want it to be a surprise but if you’re having a regular conversation with someone, you should be able to pick up basic things (their preferences in music/movies/colors/food). Just saying. Also, (imo) gift cards in an endearing yet non-denominational holiday card is always a good choice for gifting strangers.

      Btw, I assume your post was addressed to Liz but as someone who gets crap gifts from coworkers every year I felt like I just had to say something lol. Good luck!

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