There's a Subscription For That is a new series spotlighting subscriptions the team at My Subscription Addiction finds interesting and is excited to share with readers.
My daughter is newly obsessed with fairy gardens and is itching to create one of her own. Since I am new to the fairy garden world, I took to the internet and Pinterest to see how we can make this fun and lasting for her. Flash forward a few hours later and I stumbled onto an Etsy page by that is home to a monthly moss subscription! You really can find a subscription for anything and everything that you could imagine! This 12-month subscription sends live moss and lichens directly to you. These are perfect to use for events like weddings, to plant in your house, to use as decor, or to use for things like fairy gardens. Moss is a really great way to keep your house feeling bright and alive during the winter months as well.
I found that moss is a great way to make a fairy garden fun and beautiful and is a great craft idea to do with little ones during the winter months when everyone is stuck inside. There are so many other uses for it as well and so many people that are moss fanatics which is why I found this subscription to be so interesting! Let's dive into the details on this unique Etsy page!
- Every month, you can expect a new sandwich bag full of assorted moss and lichens.
- A 12-month subscription costs $99.00 plus shipping.
- Each month's shipment will include a variety of items from the Etsy page. Every bag is a guaranteed value worth $10-$15.00.
- Ships from the U.S.
- Returns and exchanges are not accepted on these items.
I must say that I am super new to the moss world, and really bad at keeping any sort of plant alive. That said, this seems like something that I could use around my house in so many beautiful ways, and might even be easy to keep alive (including winter). I also love that I can get this right to my door to use each month in different ways, and that I can use it to make my daughter's fairy garden top of the line!
Would you sign up for a moss subscription? Let us know in the comments.