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Makerly Craft Box – October

I do enjoy the chance to craft and I also love the surprise offered by a subscription box. Not knowing what you’ll get, the fun of unwrapping it, then a little project to complete. So exciting. That is exactly what you get with Makerly.Sugar Skull Quilling Makerly Continue reading Makerly Craft Box – October

Makerly Craft Box – September

I do enjoy the chance to craft and I also love the surprise offered by a subscription box. Not knowing what you’ll get, the fun of unwrapping it, then a little project to complete. So exciting. That is exactly what you get with Makerly.Makerly Candle Making Continue reading Makerly Craft Box – September

Makerly Craft Box – August

I do enjoy the chance to craft and I also love the surprise offered by a subscription box. Not knowing what you’ll get, the fun of unwrapping it, then a little project to complete. So exciting. That is exactly what you get with Makerly.Makerly July 2018 Punch Needle Continue reading Makerly Craft Box – August

Bookabees – Review

Handpicked books, delivered each month, to your door for your kids. Sound perfect to you? Me too! I loved the idea behind Bookabees and was so happy to get to try out the service.  Continue reading Bookabees – Review

Makerly Craft Box – July

I do enjoy the chance to craft and I also love the surprise offered by a subscription box. Not knowing what you’ll get, the fun of unwrapping it, then a little project to complete. So exciting. That is exactly what you get with Makerly.Makerly July 2018 Punch Needle Continue reading Makerly Craft Box – July

Craftiosity Kits – Review

There are two things I really love. Subscription boxes and crafting. Craftiosity combines the two. A completely flexible subscription box of modern craft kits with a new craft and make each month.

I was sent the September box to try out for myself and I loved it.

Craftiosity Kit
I was super excited to find out what was inside my Craftiosity Kit

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Beautiful Cards from Ayoma Cards

I love sending and receiving cards. I always have a stock in the house for emergencies and forgotten birthdays but as a general rule I like to pick something special for each person. Ayoma Cards have a new subscription box service that allows me to do both.

Zoe sells completely handmade and personalised greetings cards on her Etsy shop, which you should completely check out.  But she has also launched Ayoma Cards Monthly, a new monthly subscription box service for the cards and I have tried it out.

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Pop Art from Boxcitement

Excitingly I got sent the latest box from the amazing Boxcitement to review. This months theme is Pop Art and it did not disappoint. Filled to the brim with fun little gifts, each one picked to make you smile. 

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April’s Craft Gin Club

A parcel with a bottle of gin and fancy snacks to match, plus a magazine all about gin. There’s not much going against Craft Gin Club really.  Continue reading April’s Craft Gin Club

My December Degustabox

Time for my monthly Degustabox feature, if you haven’t seen previous month’s posts, Degustabox is a monthly subscription box, filled with amazing new foods for you to try out. Including new lines from big brands and foods from smaller brands that you maybe weren’t aware of. For £12.99 per box you will have contents worth well in excess of that, so get the chance to try something new and maybe even find a new favourite treat.

The December Degustabox was way more festive than the official Christmas box from November. I loved it. Here’s what I got;  Continue reading My December Degustabox