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Calendar June 27, 2016 06/27/16 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

GlobeIn July 2016 Benefit Basket Full Spoilers + Coupon

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GlobeIn July 2016 Benefit Basket Full Spoilers

GlobeIn July 2016 Benefit Basket Full Spoilers

GlobeIn has released full spoilers of their July 2016 Benefit Basket.  The GlobeIn Benefit Basket is a great box for people who love the regular GlobeIn box, but want a bit less. The Benefit Basket contains one crafted good from a remarkable, remote artisan, all in a colorful, handwoven basket from their weaving collective in Oaxaca, Mexico.  You will also get story of the artisan, their community, and how you are making an impact on their lives.  The Benefit Basket is $19.95/month or $56.95 for 3 months, but you can get $7.00 off your 1 box of a 3 month subscription with the code TRYBENEFIT.

Here are the spoilers for July 2016

Hand-Painted Heart Dish

Each Benefit Basket will come with:

1) Hand-Painted Heart Dish, Palestinian Territories (Retail $15).
The ornate, hand-painted floral design of your new plate is an aesthetic staple of Palestinian heritage, curlicuing its way through mosques, homes, clothing—and many thousands of years. Fill your plate with a side dish or sweet—or simply keep on your table as a decorative splash of Middle Eastern flare.

Materials: Ceramic.
Measurements: 5″ (at the widest part).
Care instructions: Hand wash only.

2) GlobeIn Signature Palm Leaf Basket from Oaxaca, Mexico (Retail $12).
Basket designs and colors may vary (i.e. round and square).

Measurements: 6″ diameter, 6″ tall.

About the Artisan

About the Artisan
Meet Husam, whose skillful painter’s hand deftly tends to the fine eddies and curves of the traditional Palestinian floral design gracing your new plate.

Having grown up in the ancient city of Hebron, Husam has a special love for its old houses, walls, and streets. Their architecture, like the antique floral design of your heart-shaped plate, tells a rich story of past and place, a place in which Husam is deeply rooted and that he hopes through his artwork will be connected with love to the rest of the world.

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