I love Winter. Almost every part of it anyways. What is it that I dislike? The inevitable sickness that accompanies the shift in the temperature. I am so tired of being stuffy and feeling terrible. I need something to cheer me up. Like the January Joyfully Boxed!
Joyfully Boxed, who very kindly sent me this box for review, is a monthly artisan subscription service. The cost is $39.99 per month and includes a great mixture of individually packaged, handcrafted items perfect for indulging yourself or gifting to someone special.
What a beautiful first look! I love the bright pop of color!
Each box includes a detailed information card to fill you in on all the amazing products you received this month.
This bonus little card and envelope were attached to the boxes inner lid. A great idea with a box full of so many giftable items!
Sarah Kersh 'Poppy In Red' Painting --- I love a gorgeous canvas painting! It's the perfect size to sit on a side table desk too. I love how simple it is but how it's still so vibrant and eye catching!
Red Giraffe Designs Bracelet --- Oh I love this! When it comes to bracelets, I always have a difficult time finding one that works on my tiny wrists so this one is perfect for me. And the phrase engraved along the top is so beautiful and motivating!
Folding Chair Designs 'Rosette' Hair Pins --- The perfect accessory for the days I go retro! I love pinup girl hair (especially victory rolls!) and the flower embellishment is a must when I style mine that way.
These little extras were also included in the box. I love the cardboard straws. A lot of places now don't allow plastic straws so these come in handy!!
I was very pleasantly surprised with the items I received. I'm a sucker for artisan boxes in generally but I liked this one even more than I expected I would. A great collection of special and unique items!
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Disclosure: While this box was received complimentary in exchange for a review, it is honest and unbiased. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are solely my own and should be viewed as such.