GlobeIn July 2018 Box Spoiler #1 + Coupon

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The theme for the upcoming GlobeIn July 2018 Box is…Tea Party!

Dear Friends,

Have a party you need to host? Been thinking of throwing a little something? We say, go for it! And while you’re at it, why not make it a Tea Time Affair? This box gets you all ready and inspired to do just that.

Get ready for some incredible artisan-made items that will take your breath away!



Artisan Box Curator

Each box will include:

Hanging Lantern, India (Retail $20 each)

Measurements: 7″ x 3″ x 3″

Materials: Aluminum and glass

What do you think of the theme for July?

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Posted in GlobeIn Artisan Gift Box Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: globein | 9 comments


  1. YAY!!! LOVE this theme! And that lantern is perfect for a tea party!

  2. won’t need a flame with that color

  3. Because pink Asian style lantern screams tea party.

    • 😂😂😂

    • Why not?? I love it.

    • It really does, funny enough. This type of lantern is a common part of a centerpiece at a tea party.

    • Actually its perfect for a Japanese tea ceremony!

    • …and, $20?

      i could buy that exact thing at any “dollar” store in the country for less than $5…

      these boxes are nice, but that “retail value” is for fools…

      • GlobeIn buys its products from collectives around the world that ethically source their materials and pay their skilled artisans a livable wage. I’m not sure why you make a comparison between that and rinkydink dollar store merchandise made in a factory under God knows what conditions by a person earning God knows what. That’s the whole point of buying fair trade.

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