Fruit For Thought Mystery Box Review & Coupon

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I’ve been wanting to try Fruit for Thought and jumped at the chance of ordering a “Fruit Salad” mystery box for $30.00 with free shipping.

First Peek

Receive more than $50 of fruity gifts from past Fruit For Thought boxes for only $30 with FREE SHIPPING. Boxes will vary. While supplies last. Will including an assortment of bath, jewelry, home, candy and much more.

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Fruit for Thought Mystery Box

Here are the items in the Fruit for Thought “Fruit Salad” Mystery Box. I was hoping that I would receive the peep soap from the April Box or/and the watermelon clock from the June Box. I am happy to see the cute peep bunny soaps made it into my mystery box!

SunBasilGarden Bunny Peep Soap

I am sooo excited that the SunBasilGarden Bunny Soap Trio (3 bunnies, 4 oz, $7.00) hopped into my mystery box. The adorable soaps were the second spoiler for the April box. The lemon scented glycerin soaps smelled wonderful.

J, age 8, can’t wait to use his special bunny soap that was handmade in Delaware. SunBasilGarden also has a five stars Etsy shop which has 14,788 reviews. Impressive.

The Spa Life 365 Watermelon Organic Body Scrub (6 oz, $6) from the June Box smelled amazing.

The ingredients are simple which fits Spa Life 365’s philosophy of creating natural, homemade products.

I love scrubs which I discovered through subscription boxes. This scrub gave good scrubbing action. I felt myself relaxing as I inhaled the fruity scent.

The gorgeous AVApostle Design Mexican Folk Art Tropical Fruit Glass Magnet ($5), also from the June Box, was immediately claimed by my eight-year-old son. The artwork is based on a series of Mexican Folk Art by Anggelyka V. Apostle.

The glass magnet is handmade in the USA.

Watermelon Straws

The Sweet Treats Boutique Watermelon Paper Straws ($0.72) are adorable, biodegradable straws printed with food safe ink. I’ll be checking out this Etsy shop for fun straws for my son’s ninth birthday.

J paired it with the sunny pineapple cup. He’s trying hard to look cool and relaxed at the same time.

He has claimed the pineapple cup from the May Box for himself. He likes that it is easy to open and close. It’s cool to drink from a pineapple cup!

Inside the beautifully wrapped box is another item from the May Box. The Studio 66 LLC Snap Necklace ($25) is a handmade item made in Illinois.

My sister and I were looking at snap pendants at Hallmark. Now I have my own snap pendant complete with a Lily Pulitzer-inspired flair.  I’ll be wearing the necklace often this summer.

The flipflop bracelet from the May Box has a relaxing, fun vibe. I have never master the art of walking in thong flip-flops, but I can wear one as a bracelet.

I’m not sure how this item ended up in the box because it will be in the July box according to Sweet Suds. We are not complaining! My younger son claimed the Sweet Suds by April Cherry Lip Balm ($5.00) which smelled just like a cherry.

The Sweet Suds by April Etsy Shop also offers a monthly Unicorn Bag containing two or three items.

What a great family box! Both my eight-year-old son and I loved the Fruit For Thought “Fruit Salad” Mystery Box. I am impressed that six out of eight items were created by artisans selling on Etsy. It’s a fun, light-hearted box with useful and pampering items.

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  • Anggelyka V. Apostle

    Hi Anna,
    Awesome review! I’m so glad you and your son like the magnet. 🙂

    • PA Anna

      Thank You 🙂