The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review

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The Boodle Box
Cost: $29.99 (One Month / Gift).  $24.99/month (3-Months). $19.99 (6-months).
Ships To: United States.
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The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box

The Boodle Box is a monthly subscription box full of adorable accessories and beauty products that encourage girls of all ages (boxes are broken down into a 5-10 age group and a 11+ age group) to uncover new things and discover themselves in the process! This box is for the 11+ age group, but you don’t have to be a tween or teen to enjoy it.  I am well over that age and love it!

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
The Box

The Boodle Box ships via USPS First Class Mail. Boxes arrive at the very beginning of the moth (or at the end of the previous month), which I absolutely love.

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
First Look

The Boodle Box always does such an an amazing job with their themes.  Everything is coordinated, right down to the crinkly papers.

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
The Information Card

The May 2015 The Boodle Box (Two) theme was “Lovely Ladies” and included the following items:

~Spots Twist Tie Headbands ($29.98): These are adorable. You can twist them any way you want (there is wire in them) so you could use them as a headband, pony tail holder, as a bracelet, etc.  Whatever you want!

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
Spots Twist Tie Headbands

~Ladybug Toothbrush Cover ($3): These are super cute!  They suction to your wall and open when you take the toothbrush out.  I may have to get a second so each of the boys could have one.

Ladybug Toothbrush Holder
Ladybug Toothbrush Holder

~Ladybug Cookie ($2.50): This is a chocolate covered Oreo made to look like a ladybug.  What’s not to like??

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
Ladybug Cookie

~Tattify Lady Luck Nail Wraps ($8): Totally perfect for the theme and for Spring! These are great for young girls to use for fun nail designs.

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
Tattify Lady Luck Nail Wraps

~DOT by Marc Jacobs Perfume Sample ($1.99): This is a totally fun scent.  It has notes of red berries, succulent dragonfruit, and sweet honeysuckle and is very age appropriate.  The larger bottle is expensive, but the rollerball isn’t too bad if you fall in love with this.

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
DOT by Marc Jacobs Perfume Sample

~Cargo_HD Picture perfect CC Cream ($34): I am totally 100% excited about this.  It’s a high-end brand and BB cream is a fantastic alternative to foundation – for every age.

The Boodle Box (Two) May 2015 Subscription Box Review
Cargo_HD Picture perfect CC Cream

All totaled I came up with a value of $79.47 for the May 2015 The Boodle Box.  I just love this box.  I can’t tell you how impressed I am with The Boodle Box.  They do such a great job!

What do you think of The Boodle Box?  If you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, click here.  They also a shop and have individual items from past boxes, some limited edition themed boxes, previous months boxes and more in there! Totally check it out!
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Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

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  1. Amanda

    I really like the theme. My friends daughter’s nick name is chlobug. She is 7 and would love this box. Very well thought out ??

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