olivebox

July 1, 2014

Last month I was excited to see that I won a giveaway for an Olivebox! This is a monthly subscription service that is filled with products revolving around paper. I used to subscribe before daycare costs started eating us alive, and I loved it. I just wanted to share with you what was inside, in case it’s something you might be interested in!

olivebox may 2014

The theme was “sweet as honey” and it was adorable. It contained a little composition book (not sure what I’m going to use it for yet but I have some ideas), a greeting card, a package of notecards, some all-purpose honey balm, and a link to a free printable matching the fabric line Sweet As Honey by Going Home to Roost as well as a discount code.

olivebox may 2014

I still love the subscription box idea, and if I had to choose just one this would probably be it.

Do you subscribe to anything like this? If you had to choose one, which would it be?

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    From Sarah @ Beauty School Dropout:

    I always like the idea of a subscription box, but there’s always some random stuff in them that I don’t want/need, and I always think I’d be better off just treating myself to a $20 shopping spree somewhere.

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    From Kathleen:

    That’s kind of why I canceled mine, because it’s a total splurge we can’t afford right now. Especially when part of what you’re paying for (in my opinion) is the surprise and you may or may not love it!

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    From Melissa:

    How cute! Love all the bee themed things. I do not subscribe to any of these types of things. It’d have to be something special, otherwise I’d let it sit around & pile up!

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    From Stephany:

    I don’t subscribe to any monthly subscription services because I haven’t found one that seems worth the price, but this one sounds like it’s right up my alley! I love everything you showed from your box. Thanks for posting because I’ve never heard about OliveBox!

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