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Calendar October 14, 2015 10/14/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Thread and Flourish FlourishBox September 2015 Review + Coupon

Disclosure: I received this box free for review.  This post contains affiliate links.

Thread and Flourish Flourishbox September 2015 Review

Thread and Flourish Flourishbox September 2015 Review

Thread & Flourish's Flourishbox  sends hand crafted and handmade items from around the world.  Boxes are $35.95/every two months.  Each month, you will get a fair trade and handcrafted scarf with two fair trade surprises in each box.

The Details:

Cost: $35.95/2 months, $67.90/4 months, $95.85/ 6 months, $179.60/ 12 months.

Coupon: Use the coupon FAIRTRADE20 to save 20% on your 1st box

What's in the box? You will receive a fair-trade or handcrafted scarf plus two other fair trade surprises every other month. Scarves are shipped out in January, March, May, July, September and November.

Shipping: This box ships to the United States



FlourishBox ships in a little brown box by USPS.


There was a general card about FlourishBox and an information card included in the box.

information card

The information card lists everything in the box, along with descriptions and the value.

Stretchable Recycled Paper Bracelet (Kenya)

Stretchable Recycled Paper Bracelet (Kenya) $9.00  The larger beads on this stretchable bracelet are made of recycled paper.  If you look closely, you can see the strips of rolled paper.  The smaller beads are glass and the rest of the bracelet is made of recycled materials.  I have a necklace made of recycled paper and this bracelet will go nicely with it.


Here is a closeup of the paper bead.

Mulberry Bark Notebook (Thailand)

Mulberry Bark Notebook (Thailand) $8.00 This book was hand crafted from the bark of the Mulberry tree in northern Thailand.  The book is covered by fabric, which I wonder if its handmade too.

Handwoven Eri Silk Scarf (India)

Handwoven Eri Silk Scarf (India) $50.00 This scarf takes two days to make and is made from the cocoon of the silk worm, so the worm isn't harmed in the process.  The scarf is made by the Pradan organization, which helps women in financially difficult conditions.


Final Thought: This box had a total value of $67.00.  The scarf is my favorite item in the box and I love the neutral color.  The bracelet is something I would buy myself and the book is great too.  This is a great box to get artisan items from all over the world.  You can grab this box with this link and use the coupon FAIRTRADE20 to save 20% on your 1st box.

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This entry was posted in Indie Subscriptions, Subscription Box Reviews, Thread and Flourish Reviews and tagged: on Wednesday, October 14th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom

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