Monthly Jewelry Tree Subscription Review – September 2017


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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

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There’s a small packing list with the price.

Followed by another sheet revealing a code to get a mystery discount at 13deal.com. Hmmm. They’re the same place that does Monthly Mystery Box of Awesome, but I’m not clear on their affiliation here.

They also throw in a gift card voucher worth $100 at nakedwines.com.

Next, 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!

Gold and Grey Oversized Gemstone Earrings

So, I don’t dislike these at all. They are pretty simple grey faux gemstone earrings in a gold plated setting. They come dangling off a hook-style pierced backing, so they will sparkle a bit when you move. Each gemstone is oversized at about 1/2 inch in diameter, so these aren’t as subtle as a small stud. The quality doesn’t seem too bad either. On par with something I’d find for maybe $15 at a department store, but not as trendy as a fast fashion store. That being said, I don’t think I’ll wear them either. I can totally pass these on to my cousin as a stocking stuffer come December, though!

Lastly, you have a small cotton bag with a really cute grey and white tree print on it, so that you can regift if these aren’t your style. I am really liking this bag that measures about 4 inches across by 5.25 inches high. Is that weird? It’s so nice! I know it isn’t worth much, but I like the little trees. There is also a tag attached for when you pass it on.

Verdict: Monthly Jewelry Tree is a pretty low-risk subscription box due to its price. For the price of a large latte, you can get a new piece of jewelry or at the very least, a gift for a friend or family member. I didn’t personally luck out this month, but am interested to see what future months hold!

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.

Will you be trying Monthly Jewelry Tree?

Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a stationery addict, lip product connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. Her favorite subscriptions contain office supplies, natural skin care products, and anything with food.

Posted in Jewelry Subscription Boxes, Monthly Jewelry Tree Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: monthly jewelry tree | 6 comments

6 Comments

  1. 1st month I got long shoulder length plastic multicolored earrings. I took the earring apart & turned it into a pendant with smaller matching earrings. Not really happy. This month I got a beautiful coral & silver layered necklace. Guess I will stick with this subscription even though I pay $6.01 total for TN tax! 🍁

  2. I like the bag better too!

  3. Marne Thanks for the review on jewelry tree, I received August but I still waiting on September’s I emailed them about not receiving it yet and they said it would be mailed out last week when I didn’t receive it last week I emailed them again they sent me the wrong tracking number and it was delivered to another address it wasn’t even my account that they sent me the tracking number for and I still don’t know when I’m going to receive it do you know if this is normal for them.

    • what did you receive in your aug. bag. I’m wondering if they send just earrings for the most part. I don’t wear them and it looks like there’s no option to choose what kinds of jewelry you’d prefer. Thanks.

    • Hi Patty! Since this was my first month, I’m not sure if your experience is normal. I’m sorry, that sounds so frustrating! Thanks for sharing your experience.

  4. Haha, I was so curious to see this box reviewed, knowing Jammin Butter’s reputation & having ordered from them myself!

    I have to admit that this is far better than what I had expected!

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