The GlobeIn Artisan Box is a monthly subscription box featuring their favorite products from global artisans. Each box is curated around a monthly theme selected by the editor with the aim of helping you experience new and interesting products and cultures.
Box: GlobeIn Artisan Box
Cost:$35/month charged monthly. $33/month charged every 3 months, $30/month charged every 6 months
Shipping:Free shipping to US, $12 to Canada, and $15 to the rest of the world
What you get: A curated box including 5+ items created around the monthly theme.
Promo: use the code WELCOME to get 25% off your first box on a 3 month subscription
In addition to their subscription boxes GlobeIn also has a full online store full of fair trade artisan made goodies. They have some really beautiful unique items in the store I especially love the Home Decor section.
This months Theme was Picnic, since there were full spoilers I knew what I’d be getting in this box and I was super happy with the quality of the items. May’s theme is Bake which is another theme that I’m looking forward to.
ECOLunchBox – Tri Bento Tiffin Box
The shape of our Tri Bento lunchbox is classic of the round stainless steel food containers that have been used for generations throughout India, where they are called “tiffins.” This three-piece container has stacking bottom, middle and top layers that clip together.
This was the item I was most looking forward to getting. I saw a really great bollywood movie last year called The Lunchbox and since them I’ve wanted a tiffin box. It’s got some subtitles (which I’m personally not a fan of ) but it’s mostly in English so I was still able to enjoy it, if you haven’t seen it I highly recommend it. This tiffin box is three layers and each layer holds 1.5 cups of food, perfect for lunch or toddler snacks!
EcoNapkins with Sack. Set of 2
Sewn from handmade textiles, each set includes two colorful napkins and a drawstring sack.
These napkins are very nice and I really like the colours and patterns that I received. The sack that it comes in can also be used to keep your cutlery/utensils in so that’s perfect.
Kopali Fruit – Organic Mango
This dried mango was really tasty, and it actually tasted like mango! It doesn’t have any sugar or preservatives or any of the bad stuff some dried fruit has.
AllGood Sunstick Unscented SPF 30
This was one of the first spoilers we received for this box. It looks like an extra large chapstick and it’s perfect for sunscreen on the go. Anyone who’s ever had sunscreen bottle explode in their bag will appreciate this packaging.
Oaxacan Palm Leaf Basket – Mexico
Everything comes packed in this cute handwoven basket. I got purple this month. I don’t know what to put in this yet, if you have any suggestions leave a comment and let me know please. It is being used though, my son saw this opened it and said wow mama I got a new hat !
Overall I really liked April’s GlobeIn box. All the items were high quality and I’d say it’s well worth the cost. I liked it even more because I’ve wanted a tiffin box for such a long time but that’s just an extra bonus for me. There might still be some May boxes available with the ‘Bake’ Theme there were only a few left and they might be gone. If you are interested in GlobeIn you can click here to get the June box the theme for which is still a surprise for now.
Disclosure: This post may contain referral or affiliate links. No payment was received for this review and all opinions are my own.