Aster Market November 2016 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Aster Market is a monthly women’s subscription box featuring small-batch handmade items. Every box will feature 2 or more products from categories like home décor, jewelry, accessories, paper goods, bath products and more, with a total retail value of at least $40.

25% of the net proceeds of each month’s box will be directed towards one of their supported charities – you choose at checkout.

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DEAL: Use coupon code SHARE20 to save 20% on your first month.

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The information card has details on each item.

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And everything is packed up like a pretty gift!

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Everything in the November box!

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Copper Foil Greeting Card by Amy Heitman ($5) The copper foil accents on this card are absolutely gorgeous! I love the motif – sort of a modern take on a traditional/vintage look for a Thanksgiving greeting. It’s printed on white cotton stock.

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Two Tumbleweeds Foodie Dice ($24)

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What an unusual way to cook dinner! I would probably use these to fantasize about unique flavors. It comes with 5 primary dice – cooking method, protein, grain/carb, herb, and bonus ingredient – plus 4 seasonal veggie dice.

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It’s definitely a fun way to get some inspiration! You could also just use these as a turkey day party pre-dinner game too.

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Parris Chic Boutique Throw Blanket ($30) This lightweight throw is about 70″x 40″ and is a cute addition to my decor – and a nice way to keep the chill off without getting overheated.  I love a throw in a box, and this one is really giant, although it reminds me a bit of a towel!

I think this is a nice little curation for this box, and about a $59 value, but I don’t see the foodie dice set as particularly useful, it’s a bit more of a novelty item. I did like that everything was crafted in the US

What did you think of this month’s box?

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