Artistry Gifts offers three different subscriptions – a bimonthly gift wrap box, a monthly themed box, and a themed box plus gift wrap subscription. My review is for the monthly themed box. The monthly themed subscription box consists of 4-5 wonderful giftable items that you can gift or keep for yourself! Items may be candles, spa items, home, jewelry, snacks, stationary and more!
The items are wrapped in blue tissue and sealed. The information card is on the side. There is no actual look inside the box because I became distracted by the scent of cookies!
Artistry Gifts wraps almost all items in tissue paper adding to the fun of receiving the box. I chose not to look at the information card so I could be surprised! I was also on the search for cookies!
The theme is Tea Box! The information card lists items, prices, and description.
The May subscriber choice was coffee or tea. There were three selections that you could pick from once you made your coffee or tea chose.
May’s box looks wonderful! It’s time for a tea break.
The Octavia Hibiscus Peach Tea ($13.50) is an organic tea that has an almost juice-like quality to it. I selected it because it could be served hot or over ice. It also has anti-aging and stress-relieving properties. The tea is gorgeous. It is a delightful blend of tangy tropical fruit flavor with a sweet burst of peach. I am looking forward to drinking this tea cold on the upcoming warm days.
Speculoos are one of the most popular cookies in Belgium. J, age 7, thought the Little Belgians Vanilla Speculoos ($9.99) tasted like a graham cracker. I found it to be crunchy with a little bit of vanilla and butter taste to it. The cookies were calling out to be joined with the tea. However, these cookies were not responded for the cookie smell that I’ve been smelling in the box.
Loose leaf tea needs a tea infuser! The Cha Cult Permanent Tea Filter Size Medium ($9.95) is a stainless steel mesh and drip tray that makes it simple to brew a single cup of loose leaf tea. It is dishwasher safe. I will be using it when I make tea.
The 1803 Candles Lemon Drop Melter ($5.75) smells like buttery vanilla sugar cookies!
I took out three melter cubes and placed them in the tart warmer. The tart warmer heats up the melters which release the fragrance. No flame!
Everyone wanted to know where were the cookies. We could smell the scent throughout the house. It would have left our stomachs grumbling except there was a treat.
Confession time. The caramels are the first item picture I took because the caramels are amazing. The Sweet Jules Vanilla Bean Caramels (4.99) have a decadent vanilla buttery taste and melt in your mouth. It is a treat for me to have caramels because most are too sticky on the teeth. I need to look into ordering more!
The Archipelago Oat Milk Body Creme Sample ($0.50) is a nice pampering sample. The made in the USA creme has jojoba and oats in it making it a great sample to try out on dry skin.
The Tea Box is a delightful tea box with all the items needed to enjoy a cup of tea. Tea, an infuser, cookies, and a sweet are all there to indulge. The melter provides atmosphere. The hand creme is a nice way to thank your hands for the tea making! Now off to take a tea break!
What do you think of the May Artistry Gift box? Did you select tea or coffee? Share below and let us know!
The Description: The best in beauty, home, food, and more delivered to your door. Candles, jewelry, snacks, stationery, spa items, home, and occasional holiday items! Get 4-5 items with a $60+ value!
The Price: $45.90 per month