Craftly is a bimonthly subscription box that sends 4 high-quality, small-batch products from various categories such as art, tech, snacks, grooming products, home goods, and more. It’s $29.95 and shipping is free to the U.S. You also have the option to send this as a gift. The subscription will automatically renew until you cancel.
Craftly recently made some changes to their subscription. It’s now sent every other month and you can personalize it if you like. You can choose from classic or bold, male or female, delicate or musky scents, complex or simple flavors, or choose “surprise me” in each of those categories!
The theme for March/April was “Do Good.” This box featured companies that give a portion of sales to charitable organizations.
The product information gave a description of the items included, retail price, and where to find more.
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Everything in my box!
Happy Spritz Breathe Deeply Mini Spray ($13) A portion of the proceeds of this uplifting facial mist goes to animal rescue efforts. I carried this along to work to give myself a much needed boost midday. The cooling spray features peppermint and eucalyptus essential oils in water.
This Bar Saves Lives Madagascar Vanilla Almond & Honey Bar ($2.99) TBSL partners with organizations that send life-saving nutrition to severely malnourished children, wherever it is needed the most. I love granola bars and this particular bar was crispy, chewy, and crunchy with popped rice, flax seeds, and clover honey. Delicious and nutritious!
Province Apothecary Healing Eczema Bar ($19) Province Apothecary gets their supplies from small farms around Canada, and donates to several charities. Here’s what Province Apothecary has to say about their balm:
Our Healing Balm with Calendula & Zinc is the best hydrating and soothing balm for dry skin. Rose hip oil stimulates cell regeneration and reduces the appearance of scars. Hemp oil deeply hydrates and softens. Zinc restores damaged tissue and soothes irritation. Turmeric targets itchiness and swelling. Our Balm is gentle enough for babies, sensitive skin, and to use around your eyes.
I don’t think I have eczema, which is a type of red, itchy skin irritation, so I just applied it to the back of my hand. I didn’t notice much of a smell, and just a small amount was needed to cover my hand. You need to dig it out with your nail and then your body heat helps it soften.
Some of the ingredients in this thick balm are extra virgin olive oil, beeswax, flax and hemp oil, along with comfrey and vitamin E.
United by Blue Red Rock Bartrams Socks ($12) United by Blue helps conserve our oceans and waterways by removing litter from our precious resources.
This print is an “homage to Nevada’s sandstone peaks.” I received size small, which fits Women size 6-9 or Men size 9-11. These socks are made of recycled cotton/polyester/nylon/spandex and can be machine washed and dried.
The burnt orange and (off) white shade is a popular one here in Austin as it’s the school colors of the University of Texas! I thought the Bartram was a comfortable sock and fit just fine and I have loved every pair of socks I have ever received from Craftly.
I have been reviewing Craftly for several months and it just keeps getting better. My box had a value of $47, which is above their goal of $40. I will get plenty of use from these items (the snack bar was already enjoyed!) and thought Craftly did a wonderful job of picking products from companies that do good. Craftly is one of my favorite subscription boxes and they have had some consistently good, useful, well-made items that anyone who likes finely crafted products will appreciate.
What do you think of the March/April Craftly? Let me know in the comments and make sure to sign up now if you want the May/June box!