GlobeIn Artisan “Bake” Box Review + Coupon – October 2018


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Globe In Bake box

The GlobeIn Premium Box is a monthly subscription that sends you original crafts by global artisans. Each box contains handcrafted items from around the world and the stories of the artists who made the pieces

Globe In Bake unboxing

There are two levels of subscription: Essential and Premium. The Essential subscription comes with one handpicked artisan item each month, and the Premium comes with a full curated collection.

Globe In Bake packaging

GlobeIn offers one new theme every month. They also have 3-5 best selling theme boxes that they restock each month. Users have from the 1st to the 10th of the month to make their theme choice. If you don’t choose by that date, GlobeIn will send a random box from what’s in stock. They do guarantee that you won’t receive a duplicate theme!

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

This is a review of the Premium box, which is $40.00 per month.

Globe In Bake al items

About This Fair Trade Subscription Box

The Subscription Box: The GlobeIn Artisan Box

The Cost: The Premium box is $40 per month + free shipping for the first month ($10 shipping for future months). 

New Deal: Use code GETFREEMUG to get a free month in a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription

COUPON: Use coupon code MSAWELCOME to save $10 off a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription

The Products: Handcrafted items from around the world curated around a monthly theme.

Ships to: U.S. (free shipping for the first month, $10 shipping for future months)

Good to know: Other subscriptions are available: The Essential membership ($10/month) provides monthly credit to access and purchase discounted items, or you can opt-in to receive a surprise item instead.

GlobeIn Artisan Box “Bake” October 2018 Review

Globe In Bake info

Globe In Bake editor note

Globe In Bake product info

Globe In Bake vendor information

Globe In Bake spoon details

Globe In Bake mortar and pestle info

Globe In Bake open booklet

Globe In Bake booklet info

Globe In Bake booklet for box

Each box from GlobeIn contains a booklet that talks more about the theme for the box and the items inside. This month’s booklet even includes a recipe!

Globe In Bake card

Globe In Bake promo card

I also got a coupon for Globein!

Just a heads up, since there aren’t prices listed in the booklet for the items, so I’m going off the prices given in this Globein spoilers post for items I couldn’t find online.

Globe In Bake ceramic canister in orange

Globe In Bake canister and lid

Globe In Bake ceramic pot and lid

Globe In Bake ceramic pot

Ceramic Sugar Canister, Morocco – Listed Value $18.00

This style of painted ceramics pops up a lot in this box. I love the pumpkin color of this particular piece—it’s perfect for fall, but it also just feels really sunny and fun in my kitchen. It’s 6″ tall, so it doesn’t take up a ton of space either.

Globe In Bake measuring cup

Globe In Bake bottom of measuring cup

Globe In Bake measuring cup detail

Globe In Bake 1 cup measuring spoon

Ceramic Measuring Cup, Tunisia – Listed Value $18.00

I wish I’d gotten an entire set of measuring cups because I think this ceramic cup is so cute! It coordinates with the sugar canister nicely. It’s stylish enough to keep on my counter, rather than in the drawer.

Globe In Bake measuring spoon set

Globe In Bake set of measuring spoons

Globe In Bake metal measuring spoons

Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons, India – Listed Value $12.00

My current measuring spoon set is plain plastic—this set feels a little more sophisticated. I love that they’re all on a handy little ring, too.

Globe In Bake mortar and pestle bowl

Globe In Bake bottom of bowl

Globe In Bake side of bowl

Globe In Bake gray bowl

Enamel Mixing Bowl, India – Listed Value $15.00

This 8″ bowl is a little noisy to mix things up in since it’s made from stainless steel coated in enamel. But it’s great for prepping small dishes—I can see using it for breakfasts like scrambling up eggs and making protein pancakes.

Globe In Bake wooden pestle

Globe In Bake pestle

Globe In Bake end of pestle

Olive Wood French Rolling Pin, Tunisia – Listed Value $20.00

Yay! I don’t have a rolling pin, so this is a welcome addition to my kitchen! This rolling pin is nice because there are no hard edges to it—you can just roll in different directions without worrying that the edge will dig into the dough. I love the natural look of the wood, too!

Globe In Bake luna rica bar

Globe In Bake ingredients luna rica bar

Globe In Bake luna rica bar unwrapped

Globe In Bake rica bar

Bonus: Luna Rica Bar, 1.41 oz. – Retail Value $1.99

There’s a bonus snack in this month’s box, too! This peanut-butter-filled bar was soooo yummy! It was a great sweet treat to enjoy mid-afternoon. It satisfies that Reese’s-loving part of my palate without me having to eat a million not-so-good-for-me peanut butter cups, haha!

The Verdict: I loved this month’s GlobeIn box! It gave my kitchen a little upgrade before holiday season hits. I think it’s so cute that they included a sweet treat and a yummy recipe to try in the box, too—those thoughtful touches bring the theme of the box to life. The quality of the items and the hand-crafted uniqueness make it feel even more special, too. I feel good having these fair trade pieces as showpieces in my kitchen.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Subscribers have between the 1st and the 10th of the month to pick their box.

Coupon – Use coupon code MSAWELCOME to save $10.00 off any subscription

Value Breakdown: At $50.00 for this box ($40.00 + $10.00 shipping), each featured item has an average price of about $10.00.

Check out all of our GlobeIn reviews and the Artisan Subscription Box Directory for similar boxes!

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What do you think of this month’s GlobeIn Artisan Box?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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13 Comments

  1. I love this box, it is always so nice! My fav was Nona’s Kitchen a year or so ago ( I think was the name). The noodles were fantastic. I wish there were more “kitchen” type boxes. Not in my budget at the moment but at the top of my list. Well done!

  2. I don’t love how they put just one of a set of something in the box. Looks like that was done multiple times here.

    • You can always take out of the box things you don’t like and substitute them with something else! I do that all the time.

      To do that, before the 10th of the month, go in to your account page. instead of clicking on the advertised box, click on the option that looks like a raffle ticket/ old movie ticket. That will give you credits equal to the cost of the box that you can use to choose the items on the rest of the page that you want. They usually list all the items they put in the box so that you can select them separately.

      I’ve been much happier with my sub since I found out about the option. There are always other things I’m interested in to use in place of any I don’t want.

  3. I bought two more for Christmas gifts! The rolling pin was smaller then I had judged by photos and my one cup was washed out in color. I still like the box!

  4. Mine hasn’t arrived in the mail yet, but I am so excited for the olive wood rolling pin! I don’t have one yet and I’ve almost bought similar ones so many times. I also really splurged with the add-ons and got an amazing rosewood cookbook stand and elephant planter to make the $90 needed to get a bonus mystery box. The planter came in the mail today and was well-packed and very nice. That one will be a gift – I have to decide whether to gift without a plant or go pick a plant for it (probably a little succulent or something easy to keep alive.)

    I might end up using the sugar canister to store tea, and it sounds like it is a great size to display!

    • The canister is beautiful, but isn’t airtight so probably not the best for tea! I actually put a bag of loose leaf tea which zips closed in it, so I get to enjoy the pretty container and also keep my tea fresh.

      • I was planning to put it in a zip lock bag first or something, but I like the idea of just putting in some of my loose leaf bags with zip or fold seals! (Plus, my toddler recently dumped two canisters of my favorite tea out all over the counter – so maybe safer to bag them!)

  5. I want that rolling pin!

  6. I’m so regretting not getting this – it looks incredible!

    If anyone has a rolling pin they want to trade, I would love to swap for one and would gladly over swap for it! (My profile should be linked above)

    • They often have previous boxes as options to choose as your monthly theme (if you want to sub now it’s likely not too late to get it) or they will offer it for individual sale in their online shop (at a higher price). Sometimes they do sell out of boxes but if it is a popular theme they try to restock. You might be able to get the rolling pin in the store too. Keep an eye out.

    • The info in the article is incorrect.

      There is still plenty of time to get this box! Subscribers have until the 10th of each month to make their selection. It currently says on their website re: new subscribers that

      “First box will be shipped by Nov 21 2018”.

      Note: There are two ways to get the box. If you only want this box (and not a sub) you can buy the box in their shop for $60. Alternately, you can save $20 by signing up for a month to month sub and then cancelling after box 1.

      Just to be safe, if you do sub, I would include a note in the order (or send a separate email) specifying you want the bake box just to be sure they do t start you with an older box.

  7. I love that rolling pin!

  8. So disappointed this month. I was suppose to get this bake box but got something different the savior box 😡 and I bought add ons and they sent me the wrong color canister that I got to go with the bake box. Then when I reached out I had a very rude CS person who basically told me it was my fault and I can pay to send everything back 😲 Seriously? I won’t be purchasing from this company again that’s for sure

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