Litu Box December 2015 Review + Coupon
Disclosure: This box was received for review purpose.
Litu Box is an artisan subscription box that sends items from all over the world. Litu Box is just selling one time boxes right now, but their monthly subscriptions will launch in December. Boxes are $30.00/month and filled with items for your home, women’s accessories and more. Litu Box also gives 5% back to a charitable organization each month. This month, 5% of the proceeds are going to Operation Smile.
What’s in the box? Each box is filled with artisan items from around the world.
Litu Box ships in a little brown box and shipped by Priority Mail.
There was a two page information card with a list of everything in the box.
Bhaktapur Craft Paper Handmade Lokta Cards (Nepal) $12.00 These cards are beautifully handcrafted in the Himalayas from Lokta bushes, which grow at 5,000-13,000 ft elevation. The card on the left is a tradition Nepali house and the one of the right has cutout mountains and trees.
Colorblock Jute Shoulder Tote (India) $18.00 This bag measures 13″ x 18″ and is made with natural. You can turn this bag inside out and show the batik-block lining. The bag is really sturdy, so you can hold some heavy items with this bag.
Here is a look at the beautiful lining.
Matr Boomie Upcycled Sari Fabric Wrap (India) $4.00 This is made from upcycled and upcycled sari and measures 35″ square. The fabric is thin and soft, and the pattern is beautiful,
There was a card included to let you know several different ways to fold the wrap.
Candy and Treats $5.10 There were two Larabars ($1.80 each) in the box, Peanut Butter Chocolate and Blueberry Muffin. Larabars are healthy gluten free, dairy free, soy free and non-gmo and vegan. Justin’s Peanut Butter ($1.50) is a nice all natural snack to get your protein fix. There was also some 55% dark cacao bars, along with some YumEarth suckers.
Jedando African Handicrafts Maasai Bangles Pair with Upcycled Sari Pouch (Kenya) $12.00 The pouch is similar to the fabric wrap in the box, as it is also made from recycled saris. The bracelets are slightly stretchy and are handmade in Kenya.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $51.10. I really loved this box, especially the bag and the sari wrap. I have been playing with the folding instructions to try different ways to fold the wrap. This is a great box to get handmade items from around the world. You can check out Litu Box with this link and use the code 10OFFLITU to save 10%. there are only 7 spots left to get a January box.
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