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Box of Blessings Subscription Box Review + Coupon – August 2016

Anna Rodriguez
ByAnna RodriguezAug 14, 2016 | 1 comment


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Box of Blessings from International Blessings is a subscription service with a heart! Every box is filled with 3-4 handmade pieces of jewelry or other artisan goods made by impoverished people from around the world. Your subscription helps them to create sustainable livelihoods for their families! Plus 10% of each purchase is donated to poverty fighting charities.


This box was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)



The Subscription Box: Box of Blessings

The Cost: $29.95 +$4 shipping = $33.95 per month with discounts available for longer subscription commitments

COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with code MSA10!

The Products: 3-4 pieces of jewelry or other products handcrafted by impoverished people around the world

Ships to: US. Contact customer service for International shipping inquiries.

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This leaflet was included in my package. Inside is some information about the charities that International Blessings currently works with. This month those charities include Ethnic Lanna and Food for the Hungry.


The back of the leaflet includes some information about the items included, plus social media information for International Blessings.



Cross Body Bag

Look at this beautiful cross body bag! I love elephants, so this was an instant hit with me. It's made of cotton and it's really roomy. I like the outside pocket, too. The top has a zipper, and the inside is unlined without pockets. International Blessings included some great information on the enclosed leaflet, but there is no mention of who made these items or where they came from, so it is not possible for me to provide values.



Wax Cord Bracelet

This is a very pretty wax cord bracelet. It's like the mother of all friendship bracelets, isn't it? It's very waxy, too - you can mold it into shape, and it holds pretty well! It also has an adjustable cord closure in the back.


Stone Earrings

Turquoise is about my favorite jewelry in the world, so these little heart-shaped earrings were another instant win for me. Gorgeous!


Leather Belt Ring

What an unusual piece! It's a miniature leather belt you wear as a ring! That's amazing! It's adjustable and everything! I don't know if you can tell from this picture, but I'm wearing it on my thumb, and it's not even on the last hole, so this can be adjusted to be quite large.

Verdict: I loved my first package from International Blessings! I especially love the elephant bag! I just wish I knew more about where each item came from and who made these beautiful things. I also can't really provide a value reference since so little information was given about these items. I can say, however, that I feel like they are well worth the $33 subscription box cost, and it makes me feel great knowing my purchase will be partially given to charity and partially used to support impoverished artisans.

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Box of Blessings is a monthly subscription box that has 3-4 pieces of jewelry or other products that are handcrafted by impoverished people around the world. Fair Trade & Eco-Friendly. Not only does Box of Blessings support & empower 3rd world artisans, but $3 from every box goes to a pover... read more.
Anna Rodriguez
Anna Rodriguez
Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn't become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.

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If I subscribe, will this be my first box?

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