Tail Mail is an affordable monthly subscription box from Made by Mermaids. Each month we receive 1 item from the Made by Mermaids collection and 2 sample products from businesses across the world.
Subscription Box: Tail Mail
Cost: $14.99 to US and $24.99 International /month
Ships to: Worldwide
What you get: 1 handcrafted item from their Made by Mermaids collection and 2 sample products from small businesses across the globe. Plus exclusive coupons.
Tail Mail is a new monthly subscription. The boxes are not all identical, the item from the Made by Mermaids collection is similar but different. For instance this month’s item was a necklace, everyone received a necklace but not the same necklace and the 2 samples we receive are not the same either. I know some of you prefer boxes that are the same so I just thought I’d let you know how the box works.
This was the main piece in the subscription box this month. This seashell necklace has gold stripes on it and comes on a gold coloured necklace. It is a very lovely piece. This particular item isn’t available on the site right now but there are new pieces coming in all the time.
This Seahorse mirror image seaglass art is adorable. On the Tahlulas Treasure site there are a few suggestions on how to use this piece. This would make great wedding shower gift tied on a package, hostess gift hung on a bottle of wine, party favors or just for your beachy decor. Great Ideas and a beautiful piece of art.
Download of 4 Tracks from The Sancutary Within
The link on this card gives us 4 meditation tracks to listen to. I received two cards but they are identical so I think that was just a mistake. The tracks are about 25 minutes long in total and the speaker guides you through the steps to do the meditation and visualizations.
These Flash Tattoos from Crown Mermaid are cute. I’m thinking of putting the flower on a glass votive I have. I think it’ll look very pretty.
This was Tail Mails first box and I think they did a pretty great job. If you are interested in Tail Mail you can click HERE to visit the website.
What did you think of Tail Mail’s First Box?