GlobeIn Review – “THE MASQUERADE BOX” + Coupon Code – February 2019

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GlobeIn Review - "THE MASQUERADE BOX" + Coupon Code - February 2019
The GlobeIn Artisan Box is a monthly subscription box featuring GlobeIn‘s favorite products from global artisans. Each box is curated around a monthly theme selected by their editor with the aim of helping you experience new and interesting products and cultures.

GlobeIn Artisan Gift Box
Cost: First Month: $40.  Subsequent Months: $50/month.
Ships To: United States ($10). Canada ($12). International ($15).
Coupon Code: New customers can use the coupon code”WELCOME” to $10 off your first month of a 3-month or 6-month subscription to GlobeIn Artisan Box.

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
GlobeIn Review - "THE MASQUERADE BOX" + Coupon Code - February 2019
GlobeIn ships via USPS. Boxes ship between the 18th and 21st of the month.
GlobeIn Review - "THE MASQUERADE BOX" + Coupon Code - February 2019

GlobeIn Review - "THE MASQUERADE BOX" + Coupon Code - February 2019
GlobeIn is always great with their packaging! Everything always arrives safely, which is remarkable since they ship a lot of breakables.
GlobeIn Review - "THE MASQUERADE BOX" + Coupon Code - February 2019

GlobeIn Review - "THE MASQUERADE BOX" + Coupon Code - February 2019
The February 2019 GlobeIn Artisan “THE MASQUERADE BOX” themed box included the following items:

1. Handblown Glass with Handle – Green Rim Set of 2, Mexico ($30 value): How pretty are these?  They are hand-blown in Mexico and just gorgeous.  They are thicky and study, but designed only for cold drinks – no coffee or tea in these. I am not sure exactly why this or how the glass blowing process changes for different liquid temperatures, but that is what the information card says so I will happily follow the instructions.

Measurements:  3″x4″

Materials: Glass

2. Hand-Embroidered Mask, India($20 value): How fun is this?  The mask is hand-embroidered in India and ready for your Mardi Gras party!  I would be curious to know how long this piece took to make.  The information card does not say, but it has me wondering!

Measurements:  One size fits most

Materials: Hand embroidered fabrics with an elastic band

Care Instructions: Handwash only

3. Beaded Necklace – Set of 2, India ($12 value): These are a handmade replica of traditional Mardi Gras beads.  I love the colors and am amazed by the craftsmanship of these.

Measurements: 14″

Materials: Hand carved wooden beads

4. Upcycled Gold and Sari Macrame Garland – Assorted, India ($28 value): I thought this gorgeous piece was a belt / sarong type thing, but it turns out it is a garland.  But listen, you could wear this down on Bourbon Street over top of a skirt or dress and it would look fantastic!  Or just use to decorate your houe for your next party!

Measurements: 80″x12″

Materials: Upcycled Indian textiles, synthetic fabric

Care Instructions: Handwash only

5. Handsewn Mini Plush Animal – Assorted, Sri Lanka ($4 value): The box also included a handmade stuffed animal.  An assortment of animals were sent out, ranging from elephants and lion to moose and birds.  All are adorable!

Measurements: Sizes vary between 1″ – 4″

Materials: Assorted cotton

All totaled the February 2019 GlobeIn had a value of $94.  I think this was my favorite GlobeIn box in recent memory.  It just felt so FUN this month!

What do you think of GlobeIn? If you are interested in subscribing, you can head over to their site and get signed up. Don’t forget that new customers can use the coupon code “WELCOME” to save $10 off their first month of a 3-month subscription to GlobeIn Artisan Box.
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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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