I love Subscription Boxes! The excitement of not knowing what awesome gifts you have received is fantastic. Then going through the contents and testing each one out. This month I treated myself to a subscription box from TreatBox -I received the March TreatBox
I have tried various Subscription Boxes, mainly beauty ones. I loved these but was finding I was having a load of samples, so have cancelled those for now. I like mixing the boxes up and changing to try different ones.
I originally seen TreatBox on Instagram. I loved the look of the contents of the boxes from previous months. TreatBox isn’t just beauty, you get a mixture of treats which made me order the March box. Spookily I have a thing for Bee related items at the moment after seeing some of the new Next range, one being ‘Your The Bee’s Knees’ photo frame. Then my TreatBox arrived yesterday and guess what……this months theme is Bee’s!
TreatBox was thin enough to fit through my door, and cost me £12.95. You have the option of free postage or if you can’t wait you can pay postage to receive this quicker. After the recent cold months, it was lovely seeing summery yellow colour glowing from inside.
Inside March’s TreatBox:
- March Calendar A5 Poster
- Bath Melt
- Wild Flower Seeds
- Nail Clippers and Emery Board
- A5 Print
- Honeycomb Chocolate Bar
I have to say this is by far one of my favourite Subscription Boxes, mainly due to the variety and high quality products. I have already signed up for April
I loved all of this months contents. The Pretty Ditsy print Lunchbag is made out of recycled plastic bottles. I am going to use this to carry my lunch to work, but would also make a cute bag for toiletries or stationery. The cards are so cute, I am debating on framing these for my bedroom. If not I will be using for when I send snail mail. The A5 print is going in my planner. The cards and print were designed by Love From Angie. Now we have a lovely sized garden over the next month or so we are sorting plants and veggies to grow. So the Wild Flower seed will come in handy. The contents leaflet states these attract insects and wildlife, which is great as we are making some insect houses and getting some magnifying pots to study the insects. The chocolate bar is tasty, I have made sure I tried that first. The bath melt looks and smells lovely. Made from 100% Beeswax and honey. I can’t wait to try this. You melt 4 squares, so you have enough for a few baths.
Another beauty of the TreatBox website, you can also make your own boxes. Wether for yourself or to send to a friend. You can chose a theme, like Birthdays for example. TreatBox will even do the wrapping to the theme you decide. If you don’t fancy a box you can just purchase individual items
Make sure you check out TreatBox! You will not be disappointed. #TreatBoxUK
Have you any favourite Subscription Boxes? I will be doing a post on different ones very soon….