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I think it’s safe to say that I’ve become addicted to subscription boxes. 😮 What started out as a fun experiment has morphed into a burning desire to get a box of fun surprises regularly in my mailbox.
By far, my favorite boxes are the ones with the books in them. And those unboxing’s I share on this website.
This is my first month with a new box subscription: Peace & Pages. The box that I subscribed to is the bi-monthly deluxe box which includes a book and four full size items.
What did I get in my box this month? I am going to share the contents with you here. My review is not for the book or the items I received because I haven’t read/used them yet, but instead will be for the content and subscription experience.
The box arrived in good shape. It was a little heavy and there was a caution label about glass being inside.
Right on top was a list of the items that were in the box along with the book.
Everything was packaged well, as you can see.
The first item in the box was a black raspberry hand-poured 100% soy candle from Modern Forestry. I could smell it when I opened the box. Yummy. ($10 retail)
The second item in the box was an Ice Dream Sundae bath bomb & bubble bar from Anasa Naturals. It’s almost too pretty to use. I will probably put it on my shelf to admire. ($8 retail)
The third item in the box was a citrus lemonade mix in a glass pineapple jar from Too Good Gourmet. What a cute item and I am looking forward to trying the lemonade. ($6.49 retail)
The fourth item in the box was a set of vintage library card coasters from Got Crafts. I think this was my favorite item. They spoke to my book loving soul. ($12.50 retail)
And the fifth item in the box was the book… The Curse of Misty Wayfair by Jaime Jo Wright. What a great choice! I will say that I’ve already read and reviewed this book, but I was planning on doing a book giveaway for it later this year and I was loathe to give away my copy. Now I don’t have to. 🙂 ($14.99 retail)
Here is the whole box.
What I liked:
- I could pick the genre I wanted to receive.
- Christian fiction was one of the genre choices which made me happy because I wanted clean reads.
- I could chose a monthly or bi-monthly (every other month) subscription.
- I loved that there was a bookish item along with the book.
- All of the items were so fun and I liked that there was information in the box about the companies the items came from.
- The items were hand-made and came from U.S. businesses.
- The trade paperback book I received was exactly what I would have picked out for myself.
- Everything was packaged well and there was even a sticker cautioning to handle with care because of the glass item inside.
What I didn’t like:
- Nothing. I loved this box.
This box is the reason that I’m getting addicted to subscription boxes. What a wonderful surprise it was to open the box and fill my book lovers heart with all kinds of happiness. I am subscribed to the bi-monthly box, but if I keep getting ones like this, I will have to switch to getting this box monthly.
This subscription service is $37.00 plus $6.99 shipping per box. The retail amount for everything in this box was $51.98 so the box was well worth it in my opinion.
-Loraine NunleyUnboxing and review of the Peace & Pages subscription box for July 2020 #cratejoy #SubscriptionBox Click To Tweet
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