Indie Gift Box sent me their spring box to review and once again, I was very pleased with the goodies inside! Stick around till the end of this post for a special promo code for your own box.
But first, a little info on Indie Gift Box! Each month, Indie Gift Box sends you a curated package of one of a kind handmade goods for only $25 a month, and the items in each box are valued at well over that $25.
Each box has a theme and you can choose to receive that month’s box or skip because you do not have to subscribe to participate. But the option to subscribe is available and you will get a few added benefits when subscribing such as receiving a discount on each box, a free gift, and being first on the list to reserve your next box.
Here’s what I got:
A French macaroon necklace by Koco and Viking. The little details around the edges look so realistic. I get a kick out of the little white filling.
A beautiful Happy Spring chalk art card by Lily and Val. I love the colors! I may just end up keeping it for myself and hanging it in a frame. I love the look of chalk.
A watercolor trading card by Popwheel Art. Such a cute little bit of art that you could keep in your office or in a tiny frame for your desk.
A Filagree flower ring by Mercantile519 which is size-adjustable.
A cotton candy sugar scrub. How cute is this packaging!? And it smells delicious. I almost don’t want to even use it because its so darn cute.
Edible candy jewels by Marion’s Vintage Bakery. These are so pretty! I’ve seen these on Pinterest and they are even prettier in person. I am saving these for the right occasion.
Readers of my blog can receive a special discount if you’d like to try out Indie Gift Box! Use promo code igb4homebodies2014 for 15% off your first box.
Thanks to Indie Gift Box for providing me with this box to review!