Lifestyle | Boxcitement Subscription Box Review - March 2016

Boxcitement Subscription Box Review : March 2016
Boxcitement Subscription Box Review : March 2016

Are you a lover of all things stationary, cute and creative?  Then pull up a pew and let me introduce you to this months Boxcitement box.  

Boxcitement is a monthly subscription box jam packed full of accessories, jewellery, stationary and greeting cards all squeezed into a slimline box which fits perfectly through your letterbox - ideal if you're out during the day and hate those dreaded red leaflets from the postie. 

Each month Boxcitement choose a theme and March 2016's box was all about "Animal Magic".  When I first saw this theme I was a little confused.  Animal stuff, yes.  Magic stuff.....erm, ok, sure!  But animal magic just seemed like a bit of a strange combination.  That is until I unpacked everything. 

Boxcitement Subscription Box Review : March 2016

The packaging of this box was super cute, tissue paper, sequins and everything all tied up with a pretty polka-dot ribbon. 

Included in the March 2016 Animal Magic Boxcitement Subscription box* 

An exclusive laser-cut wooden bunny craft
Two types of animal print tissue paper & some stickers 
A set of adorable acrylic and silver plated earrings in a gift box 
Set of three animal themed postcards and a mini mechanical pencil 
Two greetings cards with envelopes 
Fabric hanging decoration

Boxcitement Subscription Box Review : March 2016

I have to say my favourite items in the package have to be the postcards and greetings cards.  I am a complete hoarder of stationary and love writing little notes to friends whenever I can so these will certainly be used.  I especially love the antelope postcard- I think that one will be finding it's way onto one of my gallery walls soon. 

The little mechanical pencil is adorable I've found myself reaching for it everyday since receiving the box. 

The earrings were a little wasted on me as I have 16mm tunnelled lobes but I have already found a home for these - my 13 year old niece thought they were a wonderful addition to her Easter pressie. Overall this months' Boxcitement box was bright, fun and quirky.  

Boxcitement Subscription Box Review : March 2016

I didn't quite get the theme and from what I've seen, their previous boxes have been a little bit stronger but there were certainly some great items included that I'll be putting to good use.  I'd say this sort of subscription box may be aimed at a slightly younger market than my 32 years but hey, who doesn't love a bit of fun stationary? 

If you're anything like me and on the look out for something new to try out there's a good number of options to look into.  They do some great deals on ongoing subscriptions or you can grab yourself a one off box for £20inc P&P but remember - Obviously, the longer you sign up for the more you save...wink wink ;) 

Have you tried Boxcitement yet?  Or have you discovered any other fun subscription boxes recently?

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1 comment

  1. These products are so cute! I see what you mean, they aren't really something I'd ever buy myself, but doesn't everyone love to recieve surprise packages?

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