I love a good subscription box, it's like a little Christmas present arriving at your doorstep each month. My main issue is finding the time to try them all out. Earlier in the year, I was sent a Monthly Box of Little Lovelies from the Home of Little Lovelies. Much like my post the other day, this arrived just as Ash was whisked off to the hospital and my mind became otherwise occupied and I'm just now panicking that I have let people down. So, this is an older box from the company, however, hopefully, it will give you a nice insight into what this subscription has to offer.
Monthly Box of Little Lovelies
The Monthly Box of Little Lovelies comes in at just £10 (plus P&P unless picking up from the Home of Little Lovelies shop in Norfolk). I absolutely love the fact they offer a pickup service, sadly I don't live in the area, but I think it is such a nice thing to do for local customers and a wonderful way to get to know the people who are buying from you.
Each box has a content worth well over the purchase price, for instance, the box that just went out in May had a value of £36, sadly I couldn't find a value for this box, but I am pretty confident it definitely exceeds £10.
I think sometimes we all need to be reminded that we need to follow our hearts and I absolutely love this matching mug and magnet set that came in this box. The mug is going to hold a decent amount of tea (I am definitely not one for small mugs) and as someone who collects magnets, that will work well with my collection.
Next up we have more useful items, a floral lined notebook, which you can never have enough of and a `sweet little keepsake box, which is bright and vibrant on the outside and lined on the inside to keep all your precious items safe and sound. I have to admit both of them are really photogenic and I may just have to slip them into my photograph prop basket.
Last but by no means least – is this wonderful candle. Fragranced as clean cotton and in a beautiful glass jar, this is just waiting to be lit once the darker nights come around. I oddly seem to diffuse in summer and light candles in winter.
So there you have everything that came in my box and hopefully, you agree not only was it filled with really useful and interesting items but an absolute bargain for the price!
If you fancy signing up to Month of Little Lovelies yourself you can do over on the Home of Little Lovelies website, where it costs £10 if you are looking to collect from their store or £13.95 to have to delivered.
What do you think of this box, is it a subscription you could see yourself signing up to?