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Little Lace Box
Ships To: United States.
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Little Lace Box April 2015
Little Lace Box is a subscription service that delivers hand-curated, nearly impossible-to-find designer products directly to your doorstep every other month. Boxes will be brimming with high-end, brand name beauty, lifestyle, and home product samples to treat yourself to and dazzle your friends during your next night out.
Little Lace Box ships via USPS Priority Mail sometime after the 20th if the month, I love that they use Priority Mail because it means that there isn’t much difference between the time the first person gets their box and the last person gets their box. If you want to stay spoiler free, this is a good one for it!
This box was super heavy and was packed full of products. I had such a good time going through and unpacking it all.
The Information Card – Front
The Information Card – Back
The April 2015 Little Lace Box theme was “Nonna’s Kitchen” and all of the items were selected as a homage to their Grandmother’s. The box contained the following items dedicated to all those memories from the sights, sounds and wonderful smells of a big Irish / Italian family:
~Porcelain Jewelry Dish by Artisan Janelle Beaulieu ($14): If you can zoom in on the information card and read the description of this, do it! It was selected because it reminded them of a jewelry dish their Grandmother had in the kitchen. Some of the boxes had glazed dishes and some (like mine) were unglazed. If you don’t need a jewelry dish in the kitchen for when you take off your rings when you cook, you could use it next to your bed or even as a soap dish.
Porcelain Jewelry Dish by Artisan Janelle Beailieu
~Gourmet Olive Oil & Balsamic Vinegar from The Ancient Olive ($13.99): I am really excited about these! They were bottled just for Little Lace box and are a perfect fit for this box. The Sicilian Lemon Balsamic Vinegar is “light and fresh” and perfect for Spring while the Milanese Gremolata Olive Oil has consists of lemon zest, minced garlic, Italian flat lead parsley and a hint of mint. B is going to love cooking with these.
Gourmet Olive Oil & Balsamic Vinegar from The Ancient Olive
~Olive Oil Dipping Bowls by Le Cadeaux ($15.99): At first I couldn’t figure out why you would need individual dipping bowls, but then the information card mentioned double-dipping and that makes total sense. Also, we all seem to fight to be the one sitting by the bowl when we just do one so these will be great. Like everyone else I did think that one of the bowls (the fruit one) seemed out of place, but it seems like that’s how it’s supposed to be.
Olive Oil Dipping Bowls by Le Cadeaux
~Tea Towel by Belle & Union Co. ($14.99): LOVE this tea towel! We have gotten lots of fun ones from subscription boxes but this is one of my favorites. We hang one on the stove at all times and this one is already there.
Tea Towel by Belle & Union Co.
~Filotea Pennetta della Domenica from Marx Foods ($8.99): I don’t normally buy $9 boxes of pasta, but when they happen to come in subscription boxes I love it. I can so tell the difference and it’s an amazing treat to have.
Filotea Pennette della Domenica from Marx Foods
~Trentasette Red Pesto with Truffles Sauce from Marx Foods ($8.50): I believe there was an assortment of different pestos, sauces and pates sent out and I LOVE the one I received. I just want to get some bread and dip it in this!
Red Pesto with Truffles Sauce from Marx Foods
~Cucina Dish Soap from Fruits & Passion ($8.99): You need to clean up all those dishes somehow! I do 90% of the dishes here (as I should since I am rarely the one cooking) so this is all mine. It smells fabulous and really just looks like a fancy soap.
Cucina Dish Soap from Fruits & Passion
~Market List Notepad by Brianna (Little Lace Box) ($4.99): LLB wanted to include a notepad that matched the tea towel and when they couldn’t find one anywhere they decided to design it themselves. We’ll totally put this in the kitchen. If we remember to bring it to the store or not, well, that’s a different story.
Market List Notepad by Brianna (Little Lace Box)
~One Full-Sized Ancient Olive Oil or Balsamic Vinegar ($13.99): LLB wanted to include a bottle of olive-oil or vinegar in this box, but due to the port strike Ancient Oils also had problems getting their large bottles shipped in. So they provided subscribers with a coupon code to redeem from the LLB shop to use to get a free bottle – your choice of flavor! This is even better than it being in the box itself because now you get to pick just what you want.
All totaled I came up with a value of $104.43 for the April 2015 Little Lace Box. I loved what they did with the theme and thought the curation was spot on. I also love that it included a TON of items in this one and not a larger big ticket item because, hopefully, it means there is something in here for everyone.
The information card also revealed that the June Little Lace Box theme is “Classy and Fabulous”! The box will include fashion accessories to help you make the transition to summer and maximize your wardrobe for both day and night. I cannot wait for this one!!! If you are interested in ordering you can head on over to their site and select the one-box option for $59.99 (does not renew). Or you can get a 3 or 6 box subscription and use the coupon code “RAMBLIN10” to save $10 off your first month!
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