Betty Boomerang March 2019 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.

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There’s a Betty Boomerang sticker seal on the box.

The box is full!

The items are carefully packed in small separate boxes.

This month’s theme is our COZY CAMPER!

Every month they feature an artist spotlight! For this month, all eyes on Elizabeth Ashley Haugen.

Let’s go camping!

Everything in my March 2019 Betty Boomerang box!

BONUS for sharing – Stickers ($6.50) These high-quality car decals make a great addition to my novelty item collection. They are printed on a durable vinyl with premium inks that resist the sun and other elements so they last for the long haul.

Cozy Camper Tea Mix ($3.25) There’s nothing cozier than sitting in front of a bonfire during a chilly night camp with a warm cup of this flavorful Russian tea in hand. It’s made from strongly steeped tea with a mix of sugar, lemon, and orange juice. You can also add cinnamon sticks to experience a flavor like no other!

They even included an easy large batch drink recipe that’s perfect for sharing!

Zippered Pouch ($8) It’s a cute zipped pouch that I can use for my cosmetics or maybe for storing my cards, some cash, or keys. I like the simple, yet nostalgic print of the 1963 shasta camper at the front. It really brings back good old memories!

Vintage Camper Trailer Magazine ($6.95) Solely dedicated to vintage, they included this magazine that features camper trailers that are classic and retro-styled. Vintage trailer enthusiasts will surely be drawn to this!

It’s filled with different kinds of renovated vintage trailers. The one that is featured on this page was inspired by the 1961 Traveleze. It really prompts a makeover challenge!

On this page are some photographs of the 1972 Shasta, fully and beautifully restored. The story behind the restoration is truly inspiring!

They also have a corner for cool vintage places. Written by Beth Lennon a.k.a Mod Betty, Retro Roadmap allows us to discover mid-century styled spots to go to. I find it really amazing!

If you’re planning to restore a trailer of your own, you can find a page dedicated to techniques and solutions on how to set up ventilation or air conditioning in the camper. The answers were submitted by readers who have encountered the same dilemma. This should give you a head start.

Salt & Pepper Shakers ($9.99) This set of shakers are better parked at the kitchen. They came with a decorative gift box with a witty catchphrase “home is where you park it.”

These ceramic salt and pepper shakers in the shape of vintage caravans will be a delight to any novelty item collector.

They are both large in size so I don’t have to refill them that often. Each shaker is 6.5 cm tall, 9 cm long, and 6 cm wide. On top are the holes where the condiments go out. At the bottom is a hole with a protective cap.

These are darling and I love the colors!

Camp Casual Mugs ($28) This nice pair of casual mugs are just the thing for a caravan or caravan buddies. Both are packed in individual giftable boxes.

At the base of the box is a reference of all the different designs they have for their collectible mugs.

They feature a wide, black coated rim. They’re the ideal mug for hot cocoa, coffee, or even soup!

They are made with 100% heavy duty ceramic and are microwave and dishwasher safe.

I got the wanderlust white green speckled mug and the vintage blues designs.

They also make a perfect gift for couples or buddies that love going on camping and outdoor adventures together!

It was an absolutely fabulous experience opening a box filled with high-quality products that possess a sense of retro style. My favorites are the caravan salt and pepper shakers and the camp mugs which all add a bit of fun to cooking and eating time. Once again, they took me back to the good old days of retro and vintage camper trailers. They made me want to take on a journey in one of them soon!

What do you think of this month’s Betty Boomerang box?

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