GlobeIn February 2018 Box Theme Spoiler + Coupon

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The theme for the upcoming GlobeIn February 2018 Box is…DIY!

Dear Knitters, Scrapbookers, Jewelry Makers, and Creatives of all kinds,

Are you feeling crafty? Curious? Creative? The DIY Artisan Box will inspire you to roll up your sleeves and do-it-yourself! Pick a project, any project, and get started! You’ll stretch your innovation muscles and perhaps discover a fun new hobby.

Most of the items in this box were handmade by incredible female artisans using traditional skills passed down from their parents or grandparents. Your enjoyment of this box and the unique items it contains helps preserve these crafts and the rich cultures they come from. Enjoy!

Artisan Box Curator

What do you think of the theme for February?

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Written by MSA


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  1. Hmmm…I don’t know about this one. I’m not really a crafter (and definitely not a knitter). Kind of bummed. Guess I’ll wait ’til the first and see what’s in the box, but thinking I’ll pass on this one.

  2. Can’t you change your theme between the 1st-5th? And how we supporting other countries of we are doing the whirl, unless they made the yarn but I don’t knit or scrapbook. I do ceramics and sew.

    • I can’t tell if you’re serious, but so much yarn is produced in the developing world where there’s a great need for fair trade such as cotton in India, and alpaca and wool in Peru and other parts of South America.

      • Yes, I know. I buy yarn made in other countries. And I’m a crafter. Sometimes I come off wrong

  3. This will be a pass for me

  4. If this box does have a yarn bowl I might quit skipping month after month. I’d be even happier with some beautiful fair trade yarn, but I doubt I’d be so lucky.

    I agree with some of you that the DYI theme is a tough one and the box may only appeal to crafters of a couple “flavors.” It makes me very curious to see the rest of the spoilers.

    • I read it as a mix of handmade items and a craft for us to make with supplies from whichever area they represent. I could be wrong but that’s what I interpreted.

  5. I have a question, is the theme for the more expensive box also the theme for the box where you get one item for $10 a month? Or are they two separate things? Thanks in advance!

    • They are separate. There are no themes for the $10 option and not everyone necessarily gets the same item.

      • Okay thank you for the information!

  6. So… is it stuff to use in crafting, or stuff which has been crafted? The yarn bowl in the photo, for example, is gorgeous but worse than useless to a scrapbooker, and something like paintbrushes would mean nothing to someone who crochets.

    • When you sign up, on the first of the month you’ll see everything in the box and have the choice to skip or choose something else until the 10th of the month. I believe every box comes with some type of basket.

    • I am trying to think of items that would be useful for a variety of different crafts. Not that people can’t be multi-craft-lingual (I totally made that up) but most crafters I know tend to focus on a related group of crafts like fiber arts, sewing, jewelry making, etc. It might be tough to curate a box that would please the majority.

      I am definitely curious!

      • Haha @ craft-lingual

  7. This looks great!!

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