Update: GlobeIn just release a new promo that gives you your first box free on a 3+ month subscription. It’s their best promotion so far and a great time to try this box out. Enter Promo Code SUMMER-15 at checkout This promotion is only valid for 72 hours expires June 14th. Happy Summer Keep Reading for Full Spoilers below.
The Full Spoilers for the GlobeIn Artisan Box for June 2015 are now available. There are two promotions going on right now if you are interested in the subscription box, you can choose the one you prefer.
Promo Code 1: WELCOME – Save 25% off your first box when you purchase a 3 or 6 month gift or subscription
Promo Code 2: ENTERTAIN – Receive a Free Brass Bottle Stopper from South Africa.when you purchase a 3 or 6 month gift or subscription. Valid until June 15th
Here’s a first look at what’s in the June Artisan Gift Box – Entertain Theme.
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 created around the monthly theme.
The full contents inside the box:
1) Handmade Coasters from Ghana (ABAN) Women artisans create these coasters from traditional batik fabrics and the upcycled plastic bags in which Ghanaians receive their drinking water — keeping the bags off the streets.
2) Za’atar Spice Mix from Palestine (Canaan Fair Trade) Ingest an extra boost for your body, mind and soul. This Middle Eastern spice mix tastes great, creates economic stability and is rumored to make you smarter.
3) Sun-Dried Tomato Caper Spread from Palestine (Canaan Fair Trade) Serve as a dip, spread it over a slice of warm bread, smother it onto pasta or onto anything else wanting of rich tomato flavor.
4) Tea Time Bunting from India (Matr Boomie) String up a friendly splash of color. This bunting is made from upcycled Indian saris, which are popular traditional garments that date back over 4,000 years.
5) Palm Leaf Basket from Mexico This palm leaf “tenate” basket is a living example of Mexican history helping indigenous artisans climb the economic ladder. Use them anywhere from home organization to gift packaging
I really enjoy learning more about where items are made and learning about the artisans themselves, it’s something I look forward to in the box and is very enlightening for me. I think the item I’m most looking forward to this month is the Sun-Dried Tomato Spread.
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