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Quirky Crate Subscription Box Review – March 2020

Quirky Crate is a monthly lifestyle subscription box full of colorful accessories and other fun finds. Each box contains 6-9 items that are bound to make you smile, and promises an enamel pin, an item from a featured indie artist and a funky fresh pair of socks each month.

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About Quirky Crate

The Subscription Box: Quirky Crate

The Cost: $36.95 a month + shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

The Products: 6-9 quirky fun products including a pair of socks, an enamel pin and an item made by a featured indie artist; over $70 value in each box

Ships to: The US for $6.50, Canada $11.30, and internationally for $17.25

Quirky Crate March 2020 Review

Quirky Crate samples one item from a featured artist or brand each month. This month’s special find, a denim tote, comes from Liz Harry, a graphic and pin/accessories designer. This info card gives you a little background info on her work as well as some social media info.

On the flipside, Quirky Crate includes an itemized list of each product and its value. This month’s theme is “Avoid Burn Out.”

Time to get quirky!


Quirky Unicorn Socks – Listed Value $8

Quirky Crate‘s sock choice this month is magical; bright, brilliant colors are sending me into Spring the right way. These crew socks are a little thicker and shorter than their usual style, but I really like this change of pace.


Oh K! Spiral Stretch Hair Bands – Listed Value $9.50

I love these jewel-toned hair spirals. They stretch to make a tight pony that will stay put for hours, they are easy to remove and don’t pull your hair out, either. What more could you ask for?


Liz Harry Jean Tote – Listed Value $28

This throwback denim tote is awesome! I love a ’90s light-wash denim, and Liz Harry’s art style is perfectly quirky. I can also appreciate the punny ‘avoid burn out’ written on the bottle, and I live for SPF/preach its praises to anyone who will listen, so I am loving this design as a whole. It is difficult to find a nice sized tote to house my laptop, but it fits comfortably in this tote and the zipper will keep it safe in transit.

Get the Hint Wish List Advisory Tags – Listed Value $5

Desk accessories and stationery are some of my favorite items to receive in subscription boxes. These sticky tabs are perfect for around Christmas time when a significant other is not perceptive to the verbal hints that you may throw out here and there. I plan on flagging catalogs and magazines and laying them in a conspicuous area, just in case Ryan needs some inspiration this holiday season.


Beach Please Enamel Pin – Retail Value $10

Yes, I’m loving the sass! Perfectly pastel and girly, this large enamel pin is perfect for when you’re feeling cute but also not about to put up with any nonsense. The colors are perfect for Spring, and the timing couldn’t be better because jean jacket season is right around the corner!


Oh K! Korean Moisturizing Hand Cream in Cherry Blossom – Listed Value $7

Hands are straight-up not having a good time right now. Hand sanitizer and drying hand soaps are constantly because utilized with COVID-19 on the rise, and my hands are suffering. This hand cream is doing an okay job of moisturizing my hands, and the Cherry Blossom fragrance is very soft and subtle. It doesn’t sink in the way I prefer my hand creams to, but that panda is irresistible with his little rosy cheeks and tiny arms. When this hand cream is gone, I will definitely be refilling my new friend so he can stay on my desk forever!


Unicorn Salt & Pepper Shakers – Retail Value $12

What a majestic set! I wasn’t expecting to like these this much, but they have really grown on me. The porcelain doesn’t feel cheap, and I like the way they feel in my hands. The two unicorns are the same, except one has two holes and the other three, so you can easily distinguish the salt from the pepper.


NPW Panda Shower Cap – Retail Value $9

This shower cap is the most useful thing I’ve received this month from a sub box. I like using a cap when I deep condition my hair, and this beats the heck out the cheap one I have been reusing from a hair dye kit. The opening is elastic, so once you get all of your hair in it stays in place. I love this unconventional find!

The Verdict: March’s Quirky Crate brought a smile to my face at a very chaotic time. I love anything with a cute face that has a practical use, so the unicorn salt and pepper shaker set and shower cap are two awesome finds. The total value of this box adds up to $88.50, double the $36.95 + $6.50 shipping subscription cost. I love unboxing Quirky Crate; it is always fun checking out the silly items and collecting flair has always been a hobby of mine.

To Wrap Up:

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Value Breakdown: This box costs $36.95 + $6.50 shipping, which means that each of the 7 items in the box has an average cost of $5.43.

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Written by Abby Holsinger

Abby Holsinger

Abby has been a box enthusiast since July 2011, finding her calling with Birchbox. That was the start of a new era for Abby, because she is now hooked on the subscription box life; she loves the idea of receiving (several) thoughtful treats from genius curators such as Lisa Sugar and Rachel Zoe. A few other loves of hers would be her dog named Bill Murray, Bill Murray and chocolate babka.

Posted in Quirky Crate Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: quirky crate | 6 comments

Comments (6)

  1. Abby’s reviews always put a smile on my face and that’s needed more than ever these days!

    • Thank you! <3

  2. Do they ever sell past boxes? I, like seriously, need this box.

    • Yes! Once this month is over go to their website. They often have leftover stock. Good luck!

  3. I always like reading the reviews for Quirky Crate. It has such cute products. I also think if I was a subscriber it would bring a smile to my face every month too.

  4. I love it how cute!!.always wanted to try this crate.

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