Betty Boomerang September 2017 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Betty Boomerang is a bimonthly subscription box that delivers retro-style goodies for those who love the designs of the past. Get 4-5 retro-styled goodies, which may include exclusive pieces from retro-inspired artisans, for $49.00 every other month.

There’s a pretty teal tissue speckled with glitter!

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A short note from Betty Boomerang herself. She’s telling you about some adventure she had time-traveling back in 1962.


The theme this month is Artists & Architects. The information card comes with the list of items, their retail price, and a short description.

Everything in my September 2017 Betty Boomerang box!

Jenn Ski Art Pillow Cover ($25 on card, $35.99 online) Totally far out 60s, I feel like I’m smack dab in the middle of a scene at Epcot. The irregular shapes and the playful mix of color gives off a happy vibe and will suit a colorful home with some architectural flair.

Amanda Atkins Paperdoll Print ($18) Audrey the Architect looks fab with her different outfits and home accessories. This print isn’t really made to be played with – it’s an interesting themed print of what 1958 Audrey may have had as her accessories (glad that Audrey can actually be an architect now – it wasn’t unheard of in 1958, but certainly would have been an unusual choice).

MidModPin Swiss Miss Enamel Pin  ($12) This enamel pin features a swiss chalet design. Almost looks like a church!

The architectural design is very European and is great to decorate your tote, planner, or jean jacket.

Magpie Bamboo Catch-all Tray ($4.50) Again, another play with shapes and colors.The bookshelf design looks really cute and classy at the same time. It is also eco-friendly and vegan.

This biodegradable tray is made from renewable bamboo fiber. It’s really more of a little dessert plate, but cute wherever you use it.

It has a nice lip to make sure whatever you place on the tray doesn’t slip out.

Jenn Ski Art Temporary Tattoo ($3) A bit of a mid century modern interpretation on the tribal tattoo!

It comes with a complete description card and instructions on how to use and remove the tattoo properly.

Bette Love Studio Washi Tape ($3) Now we can have the Eames MCM chairs we’ve always wanted, at a fraction of the cost! What a witty washy tape.

It’s another great month for Betty Boomerang with an interesting theme choice that I think all MCM lovers can get behind! They did a good job in curating items that played well with shapes and colors. Collectors of retro goodies will appreciate this subscription!

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  • Jenny

    That washi is so cute. I’m chuckling at the chairs and trying to decide how I would use it on a spread.