Sunday Sentiments 2

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~Is it Sunday night already? I always have such big plans for when B is gone and haven’t gotten too many of those things done unfortunately! I really wanted to get stuff ready for our annual garage sale (which I haven’t scheduled yet), but instead we’ve been making brownies and going to the park. I guess there’s always next weekend? LOL!

A very bug filled nature walk.

A very bug filled nature walk.

~Did you see that EOS is coming out with a new lip balm flavor in their Visibly Soft line?  It’s “Blackberry Nectar” flavored and looks great!  Ulta is already carrying it and I am sure it will begin to appear in other stores soon.

credit: Instagram @eosproducts

credit: Instagram @eosproducts

~Dating Naked.  I know we have talked about this before, but the new season started a few weeks ago and I am hooked.  It’s such an awkward train wreck, but I love it.  The dates they send the couples on?  OMG I cannot.  Does anyone know if that couple from last season is still married / together?  I quickly Googled, but I couldn’t find anything.

~I pre-ordered the new Dr. Suess book “What Pet Should I Get?” and am looking forward to receiving it.  It looks adorable and I think the kids will love it!  I also find it fascinating that they just found this book in his old stuff!  How does that even happen?

What Pet Should I Get?

What Pet Should I Get?

~I made a Home Goods / TJ Maxx run recently and they have so much cute stuff right now!  I restrained myself and just got a calendar and a gold striped vase (LOVE), but there was so much more I was eyeing.  Their clearance is top notch right now too.  I love going on Instagram and searching #tjmaxx and #homegoods to see what people have scored.  It’s almost as fun as going there and shopping myself!

Homegoods Finds

Homegoods Finds

That’s all for now!  I hope you are having a good night!

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The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review 4

Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
The Monthly Gift
Cost: $24.95/month
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: N/A
The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box

The Monthly Gift will send you a box of carefully selected products and presents. Boxes are focused on making your period something to look forward to with fun stuff and a sense of humor! Each box will contain one component of 5 categories: 1. Laugh 2. Enjoy 3. Indulge 4. Pamper and 5. Relax.

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Box

The Monthly Gift ships via USPS. You can e-mail them and let them and schedule the delivery date of your box to match your cycle.

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Second First Look

The packaging was cute and I kind of giggled at the red polka dot tissue paper.

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Card

The Monthly Gift doesn’t include a detailed information card, but each of the items were tagged with the category they applied to.

~Relax – Bath Crystals: I *think* these are bath crystals!  I can’t find a label on them (I wish there was one though) and the consistency isn’t right to be a scrub so I am going with bath crystals.  I couldn’t really pick up a scent on these but maybe they start to smell good once they are in water?  I am not sure about this one!

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Relax

~Pamper – Nail Polish & Nail File: This nail polish is awesome.  It’s called “Birthday Wish” and is a hot pink with big specks of glitter in it.  I use mainly 5-free polishes now so I am always a bit taken surprised when I smell other nail polishes, but I will use it!  And I will also get a ton of use out of the nail file.  I always need fresh ones.

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Pamper – Nail Polish & Nail File

~Enjoy: Yogi Teas: All time of the month boxes have tea in them.  It must be some sort of unwritten law. LOL!

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Enjoy: Yogi Teas

~Indulge: Cupcake Bites: I am not exactly sure how these are made or how they stay fresh in a box, but I also don’t care because they are delicious. They are little cupcake flavored balls with frosting and sprinkles.  Just delicious!

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Indulge: Cupcake Bites

~Laugh: Feed Me and tell Me I’m Pretty Magnet: I don’t know that I will hang this on my fridge, but I did laugh when I saw it which is the point!

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Laugh: Feed Me and tell Me I’m Pretty Magnet

~Supplies: I was rather surprised with the number of pads / tampons in here.  I received 7 tampons and 4 pads.  That’s certainly not going to be enough to get you through a cycle (is it?).  The site doesn’t make any promises on how many are included, but I thought (assumed) it would be more.

The Monthly Gift July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Supplies

What do you think of The Monthly Gift?  If you are interested in ordering you can check them out here!

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Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box Review 0

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
FlourishBox
Cost: $35.95/bi-month.
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: N/A
Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box

Thread & Flourish sources handcrafted scarves from artists all over the world. They provide high quality, affordable scarves and other goods from trusted suppliers who uphold ethical standards with fair wages and safe working environments for their employees. Each month in your FlourishBox, you will receive handmade scarves from artists all over the world, plus two extra fair trade goodies every other month.

Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Box

FlourishBox subscriptions are shipped out every other month. Subscribers will receive boxes, shipped via USPS, in January, March, May, July, September and November.

Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

Loved the red pop of color in this box!

Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Information Card

The July 2015 FlourishBox contained the following:

~Hand Woven Cotton Infinity Scarf ($57): I love both the color and print of the scarf.  It was woven on a traditional pedal loom by members of the Yama Aj Chixot Artisan Group in Guatemala.  The material is a hard cotton and is much more of a winter scarf than a summer one.  I am hoping that it softens up a bit in the wash as well.

Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Hand Woven Cotton Infinity Scarf

~Recycled Paper Moon Decoration ($8): The information card calls this a decoration, but I call it a Christmas ornament. I am so putting it on my tree this year. It was handmade in Vietnam from the pages of discarded magazines.  I think it is absolutely beautiful.

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Recycled Paper Moon Decoration

~Capiz Filigree Teardrop Earrings ($16): These earrings are crafted in the Philippines with legally and sustainably harvested capiz shells.  I don’t know how frequently I personally would wear these, but they are quite pretty and will make a great gift.

Thread and Flourish FlourishBox July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Capiz Filigree Teardrop Earrings

All totaled (using prices from the information card) the July 2015 FlourishBox has value of $81.  That’s over double the cost of the box.  Their selections are fun and unique and I just love that moon ornament!

What do you think of FlourishBox?  If you are interested in subscribing you can click here to get signed up or just to learn more!

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Latest Additions to the Subscription Box List ~ 7.26.15 Update 1

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Below are the latest additions (all were added as of 7.26.15) to the Monthly Subscription Box List and other updates made to the subscription box list.  You can also find them book marked here.

**Book / Reading Boxes**

~Biblio-Box: $18/month. Biblio-Box is a subscription service that sends you bookish items! Each box will contain 3-4 items, handcrafted with love and care, and picked just for book lovers! Each month the items will add up to $18 or more!

**Craft / Hobby Boxes**

~CMYfabriK Box: $25/month. CMYfabriK Box has a focus on bringing you custom fabric each month so you have free reign to make cool stuff. Each month’s box will include custom fabric, supplies and instructions for that month’s fabric craft project all designed around a monthly theme.

~RLB Art Box Studio: $25/month. RLB Art Box Studio is a monthly art class in a box designed for anyone ages 12+. Inside each package you will find all the contents to make and create your own work of art. Each month subscribers will receive a different art project which includes all necessary supplies and easy to follow written, visual, and video directions to cater to all learning needs.

**Fashion Boxes**

~Dia & Co.: $20 Styling Fee + Cost of Items Kept. Dia & Co. is a monthly styling subscription service specializing in sizes 10+. Each month (or season) stylists will mail you a personalized box of garments to try on at home based on your style preferences. Keep the items you love and return the ones you don’t.

**Kids Boxes**

~Crafting It Forward: $19/month. Crafting It Forward is a monthly craft subscription box focused on connecting families, creating memories and spreading love to those in need. Boxes are designed for kids aged 3-7 and contain enough materials to create two crafts each month. Boxes will also contain a shipping label to a children’s hospital or a senior center in the United States so that you can send your finished crafts and spread joy across the states to people that need a smile.

~EggDrop: $19.99/month. EggDrop is a new subscription box for kids who love Shopkins™, Kinder™ eggs, blind bags, blind boxes or any other type of surprise toy. Each box will contain six eggs filled with surprise toys.

**Miscellaneous Boxes**
~Flicker & Flame: $25/month. Flicker & Flame delivers beautiful, hand-crafted, limited edition, scented soy-blend candles to your door every month. Each subscription includes one 10oz candle each month, with a burn time of over 40 hours.

~In-Scents Box: $37.99/month. In-Scents Box delivers handpicked candles, incense, and more right to your door every month. Boxes will contain three or more hand selected candles, ten incenses sticks, and more for your home.

~LinenCrate: $75/month. LinenCrate is an amazing subscription based membership that allows you to receive a box of home linens valued. Each month features a different room in your house, beginning with the Bathroom/Powder Room. The Bathroom Box includes 6-9 Linens and Accessories curated for your bathroom based on your color/style preferences.

**Other Subscription Box News**

~Allure Beauty Thrills: The next Allure Beauty Thrills Box will go on sale on July 28th (this Tuesday) at 12pm EST.

~Nina Garcia Quarterly Box: The Summer Nina Garcia Quarterly Box will now ship in August rather than July.

~PopSugar Must Have Box: According to the PopSugar website, the Fall 2015 Special Edition Must Have Box will be “Coming Soon”. In addition, less than 100 July 2015 boxes are available (you can check out my review on that box here), so if you want to grab one, do it soon!

As always, if I have missed any updates or if there are any boxes you are wondering what is happening with, please let me know and I will see what I can find out!  I am going to be going a little revamping to the Subscription Box List and breaking things down a bit more with some new categories (Teen Boxes, Candle Boxes, Candy Boxes, etc.) so hopefully that will make things a bit easier to find!
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Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review 1

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
Your Secret Admirer
Cost: $50/month
Ships To: Continental United States (Free) & Canada ($10).
Coupon Code: “SUBMOM12” to save $10 off your first box plus get free shipping.
Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box

Your Secret Admirer is a monthly subscription box for the modern woman. They believe that every woman is admired & want to make sure that they know it. Each month’s box will include 5 trendy and useful products. The box will usually include one product from each of the following categories: Lifestyle, edible, beauty, wearable, plus one surprise item!

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Box

Boxes ship via USPS during the second half of the month.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Second First Look

For some reason I thought this month’s box was going to be cocktail themed, but this looked like even more fun!

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Information Card

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Back

The July 2015 Your Secret Admirer theme was “Summer Fun” and included the following items:

~Pieces to Peaces Tote Bag ($9.99): The quote on this bag says “If you were a fruit you would be a fine-apple”. LOL!  I haven’t heard that one before, but I love it.  I am going to tell it to B when he gets home!

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Pieces to Peaces Tote Bag

~Tattly Temporate Tattoos ($6): Metallic tattoos are everywhere! These are tiny though and actually might look really cute on the back of my wrist.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Tattly Temporate Tattoos

~Keeki Pure & Simple Nail Polish (Blue Slushie) ($9.99): I have a super similar color on my nails right now so obviously I am a fan of the Blue Slushie shade!  Keeki polishes are made from a 100% biodegradable formula is completely non-toxic, gluten-free & free from pthalates, formaldehyde, toluene and acetone.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Keeki Pure & Simple Nail Polish (Blue Slushie)

~RavenGlass Productions Bottle Opener (~$5): LOVE this!  I have been wanting to pick up something similar for B’s bar area and am so glad I didn’t now.  This is perfect.  I am sure it will be installed shortly after he gets home.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

RavenGlass Productions Bottle Opener

~I Love Summer Koozie (~$3): I received a similar koozie in another subscription box and I love it.  Now B and I can both have one.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

I Love Summer Koozie

~XOXO Sunglasses (~$10): Ohhh, how fabulous are these?  WB saw them and thought they were B’s because he has a similar pair of wood sunglasses.  I don’t believe these are actual wood, but they sure do look like it.  I have no sunglasses like these and am thrilled to get them.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

XOXO Sunglasses

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

XOXO Sunglasses

~Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Sea Salt Hair Mist ($12): Eeek!  This box just gets better and better!  This sea mist (aka sea salt spray) smells incredible.  It makes me feel like I am on a tropical vacation. I love that this is in here and loved what it did for my hair.  It didn’t leave it stiff or all stuck together, but it did leave it with more waves and smelling great.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Sea Salt Hair Mist

~Poppy & Elle Hair Ties (~$4): Who doesn’t need hair ties in the summer?  My hair always starts off down, but it doesn’t take long for me to throw it up in a loose bun or pony tail.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Poppy & Elle Hair Ties

~Card (~$3): Each Your Secret Admirer box includes a card for you to pass along and brighten up a friends day with.  It’s adorable and cheerful and could brighten up anyones day.

Your Secret Admirer July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Card

All totaled I came up with a value of $62.98 for the July 2015Your Secret Admirer.  The value isn’t too much over the cost of the box, but I loved it. I did do a lot of estimating on the prices of the box though and I may have underestimated some of the items.  The picks were very “me” and I can see myself using everything in this box within the next week!

What do you think of Your Secret Admirer?  If you are interested in subscribing make sure to use the coupon code “SUBMOM12” to save $10 off your first box plus get free shipping.

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Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code 0

Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received. This post does contain referral links.
Prospurly
Cost: $49.95/month
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: “SUMMER” to save 10% per month for the life of your subscription.
Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box

Prospurly sends a monthly subscription box filled with exceptional experiences curated around organic, artisan & small-batch products. Each box includes 6-8 Luxurious Products with an average value of $80. Items included range from irresistible Gourmet Foods and Bath & Body Essentials.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

The Box

Prospurly ships via USPS Priority Mail around the 25th of the month.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

First Look

Not much to look at here.  This is only my second month with Prospurly, but I am already impressed with their packaging and presentation.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

The Information Card

The July 2015 Prospurly box theme was “Bonfires and Barbecues” and included the following items to help you sit back, relax and enjoy the season:

~McFadden Farms Organic Grilling Herbs ($5): This seasoning works on all of your favorite grilled dishes.  It’s got a “semi-hot” kick and is made with organic garlic, onion, black pepper, rosemary, basil, oregano and just a touch of chili flakes.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

McFadden Farms Organic Grilling Herbs

~Your Wingman Honey BBQ Sauce ($7): Your Wingman (love the name) makes their sauce by hand in super-small batches.  It contains Portland Ketchup, molasses, white vinegar, local honey, Dijon mustard, kosher salt and garlic. I don’t know what B will use this on, but it sounds delicious.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

Your Wingman Honey BBQ Sauce

~Larry’s Bag-Of-Smoke ($4.95):  Larry hand-fills his bags-of-smoke at home in Katy, Texas and has been for 25 years!  To use these you poke a few holes in the bags, soak for 2 minutes and then place on a plate directly on your grill grate.  We have bbq’ed with wood chips and have a smoker box but have never done it in a bag. It should be fun to try.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

Larry’s Bag-Of-Smoke

~Skin by Pom CLNS Cleanser ($15): When I saw the spoiler I wondered how this related to the theme, but the card notes that smoky bonfires and barbecues can put a lot of particulates on your face.  And this will help you keep your skin clean and feeling great.  I love getting cleanser in boxes and thought this was a nice one. It left my skin feeling nice and smooth, but wasn’t too harsh.  It smells pretty good too.  It’s made with  coconut, willow bark, sencha green tea and fence gravy sea salt.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

Skin by Pom CLNS Cleanser

~Vicara Refresh Aroma Face Mist ($12): This is a facial mist designed to leave you refreshed and uplifted!  It’s handmade with Oregon lavender, sweet orange, lemon, sandalwood and witch hazel so not only does it refresh you, but it smells good too.  I bet this would be amazing if you popped it in the fridge for an hour or so prior to using it.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

Vicara Refresh Aroma Face Mist

~Solid Maple Wood Muddler ($24.95): I couldn’t verify the price for this one because I don’t know the brand, so I had to use the price from the information card.  I think it seems expensive for a muddler (maple or not), but I could be wrong.  This will be a good addition to B’s bar that’s for sure.

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

Solid Maple Wood Muddler

~Lot 450 Citronella Candle Mason Jar ($16): These candles are handcrafted with responsibly sourced palm wax, pesticide + herbicide free and natural soybean oil and a wood wick for longer burning.  It smells like, well, citronella, but if it keeps the bugs away then I am all for it!

Prospurly July 2015 Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code

Lot 450 Citronella Candle Mason Jar

All totaled I came up with a value of $84.90 for the July 2015 Prospurly.  It worked out to about double the cost of the box and while I liked this box and their selections, I wasn’t blown away by it.  I am, however, thrilled that all the brands in this box are new to me.  That’s the best part of subscription boxes – being introduced and trying new products.

What do you think of Prospurly?  If you are interested in subscribing you can use the coupon code “SUMMER” to save 10% per month for the life of your subscription.

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Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box Review 0

Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
Underclub
Cost: $21/month
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: “MOM15R” to get your first month for $14.99 or “MOMGIFT” for 10% off any gift purchases.
Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box

Underclub sends you a pair of undies from your favorite brands such as Cosabella, Commando and Natori. Selections are based on your style and fit preferences and is designed to make your life a little easier.

Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Package

Underclub ships via USPS every Monday during last week of the month in a fun and discreet envelope.

Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box Review

All Wrapped Up

The packaging on Underclub is top notch!   Your undies are sealed in a plastic bag (I removed the bag for the picture) so they will arrive in perfect condition.

Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Information Cards

Underclub doesn’t include an actual information card about this month’s selection.  Rather it’s just a general note and some information about the company.

Here is my July 2015 Underclub:

~fleur*t Pink with Lace Trim Panty ($25): I couldn’t find this exact pair online (although I will admit that I didn’t do a ton of looking either), but from what I can tell about this brand, prices normal range from $22 to $30 per pair.  While I love these I generally wouldn’t spend that much on a pair of panties, but I think it would be such a fun gift for a new bride or bride-to-be.

Underclub July 2015 Subscription Box Review

fleur*t Pink with Lace Trim Panty

What do you think of Underclub? If you are interested in ordering or want to learn more, you can check them out here!  New subscribers can use the coupon code “MOM15R” to get your first month for $14.99 or “MOMGIFT” for 10% off any gift purchases.

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Bramble Box July 2015 Review 0

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.  This post contains affiliate links.
Bramble Box
Cost: $25/month
Ships To: United States and its territories.
Coupon Code: “summer30″ to save 30% off your first box.
Bramble Box July 2015 Review

Bramble Box July 2015

Bramble Box provides creative play kits containing dramatic play materials and activities. Educational and fun, Bramble Boxes promote free play. Every box contains all the materials you need and a little inspiration – all you have to add is imagination. Boxes are designed for children age 3 – 8, but could be enjoyed by a variety of ages of children over age 3. Since the activities are open ended, kids can use them in a way that best suits their play level.

Bramble Box July 2015 Review

The Box

Bramble Box ships via USPS Priority Mail and took just a few days to arrive. If you sign up before midnight on the 4th of the month, then they will ship your first crate from Pennsylvania by the 15th of that month.

Bramble Box July 2015 Review

First Look

I almost wanted to stop the unboxing so I could read the book!  I did end up waiting though ;).

Bramble Box July 2015 Review

The Instructions

The July 2015 Bramble Box Props theme was “Ice Cream Shop” and included the following:

~Should I Share My Ice-Cream?: Eeek!  Such a cute book!  It’s by the same author (Mo Willems) who wrote Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! and The Knuffle Bunny books) and is adorable!  It also has a great lesson and shows what a sweet friendship Elephant and Piggie have.

Bramble Box July 2015 Review

Should I Share My Ice-Cream?

~The Supplies: Bramble Box is all about creative free play and included everything your little ones would need to make their own ice-cream shop.  The box even converts to a shop!  We decorated the cups and hats with the included , played ice-cream shop for a while and then ate real ice-cream out of our cute cups.  The boys and I thought it was only right to try to put actual ice-cream in the cups ;).

Bramble Box July 2015 Review

The Supplies

What do you think of Bramble Box?  If you are interested in subscribing you can head on over to their site and check them out and make sure to use coupon code “summer30” to save 30% off your first box.
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Adrift Gifts “The Beach Box” July 2015 Subscription Box Review 0

Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
Adrift Gifts
Cost: Standard: $40.50/month, Small: $25/month, Mini: $15/month.
Ships To: United States
Coupon Code: N/A
Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Adrift Gifts “The Beach Box” July 2015 Subscription Box

Adrift Gifts is a monthly subscription box for beach lovers. Each Beach Box has 2 (or more) beach inspired items. Items will be a little salty, sometimes waterproof and always fun.

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Box

Adrift Gifts ships via USPS Priority Mail and generally takes 1-3 day to arrive once shipped.  Boxes ship on the 20th of the month.

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Second First Look

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

More to Unwrap

Most of the items in the box were individually wrapped – making it extra fun to open up.  This was my first time ever checking out Adrift Gifts in person and I was impressed!

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Card

Adrift Gifts didn’t include an information card, but the July 2014 Adrift Gifts (Standard Size) included the following items:

~“The Beach Is Where My Heart Is” Dish Towel ($6): I don’t have a beach house to put this in, but I am putting it in my house and hopefully it bring some of the beach to me.

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

“The Beach Is Where My Heart Is” Dish Towel

~“All You Need Is Love And The Beach” scented mason jar candle ($17.25) & “Searching for Seaglass” matches ($8): These are perfect!  The scent of this candle is Tropical Breeze and smells great.  And I usually use a lighter for my candles, but these matches are too cute not to use!

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

“All You Need Is Love And The Beach” scented mason jar candle & “Searching for Seaglass” matches

~Glassy Haroshi polarized sunglasses ($25): These sunglasses are pretty wild!  They aren’t really my everyday style, but I can change these up a bit and wear these.  Sunglasses are a necessity at the beach so having a spare pair never hurts.

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Glassy Haroshi polarized sunglasses

~Fresh Aloe Shea Butter & Olive Oil Soap (~$5): This soap has a nice clean smell and I love the picture on the wrapper.  I so wish I was sitting in one of those chairs right now.

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Fresh Aloe Shea Butter & Olive Oil Soap

~Beachy Extras (~$15): The box also included an assortment of beachy items including, a bag of sand so you can feel the sand between your toes!  I think I am going to put my sand in the blue glass bottle and keep it in my desk!

Adrift Gifts "The Beach Box" July 2015 Subscription Box Review

Beachy Extras

All totaled I came up with a value of $76.25 for the July 2015 Adrift Gifts Beach Box. I was quite impressed with the value of this one and thought the picks were very cute!  I can’t wait to start burning my candle!

What do you think of Adrift Gifts?  If you are interesting in ordering you can get signed up here.  They also have a page showing all of their previous boxes if you want to get more examples of the types of items they send!

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