Who doesn't love a jam packed box of surprises arriving in the post each month?
Boxcitement sent me over their latest box to play with and it's a lot of fun. They have a subscription service for monthly stationery/gift boxes, each of them themed to boost your creativity. The theme for this box is 'Head of the class', a throwback school inspired assortment of items.
The card within this box describing the contents reads:
So let's go through the goods..
- Polka dot composition style exercise book - A 24 page A5 lined notebook. I'm pleasantly surprised by the paper quality, it's a lot nicer than the exercise books I had in school!
- Set of square notecards - Great for using as mini greetings cards or jotting little notes down to stick up in your workspace. They're fun and bright, what more could you ask for?
- Laser engraved cherrywood ruler - It reads "Rules are made to be broken..." and it's a fantastic little ruler, I'm a fan of the woodgrain.
- An Aspara metallics extra-dark pencil - admittadly not under the 'everything is designed and made by Boxcitement' rule but this is a perfect addition to fit the theme.
- 'Perfect' pin badge - Pins have been extremely popular as of late and I personally think this 'Perfect' one was specifically designed for me. Just a thought.
- A fluffy pink zip pouch - This one is pretty self explanatory
- A sewing project kit - Fab little mini kit of everything you need for a sewing project. Fabric, padding and some extras to sew your initials.
- Acrylic necklace - Inspired by tools from a maths set, it's a nice and modern gift.
- Finally an achievement certificate - Because if you can't award yourself, how the hell are you gonna award somebody else?
I had a lot of fun with my first Boxcitement box and I think that's the point, a bunch of surprises once a month to put a smile on your face. Where's the harm in that?
These boxes are available with or without a subscription, although the price lowers if you subscribe so keep that in mind.
One off boxes retail at £15-20 a box and the monthly subscription comes in at £15-18 a month. Considering all that's considered I think it's pretty good value, and would make an excellent gift! You can find out the full details about their pricing and full subscription info by visiting their website.
You can also nab yourself an extra 10% discount on the subscription by signing up to their newsletter, which you can do here, plus by signing up to their newsletter you also get a downloadable e-zine full of craft projects. I've signed up myself and it's definitely given me the creative bug.
The awesome folks over at Boxcitement were generous to offer one of their boxes to giveaway to one of you! It's super simple to enter, all you have to do is sign up to the Boxcitement newsletter (don't forget you'll also get a 10% discount code with this) and enter your email in the form.
One winner will be drawn on Friday 10th March and contacted using the email entered.