This and that: GlobeIn Subscription

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

GlobeIn Subscription

Do you like getting surprises in the mail? 
 How about artisan made products from around the world?
Intrigued yet?


Disclaimer:  I have not been asked to write this post but I do have  affiliate links for GlobeIn on this post and on my blog. I bought the  subscription on my own and want to let you know about it.  All opinion are 100% mine. 

Wouldn't it be great to get a box filled with all these goodies?  You can if you subscribe to GlobeIn and get these great boxes full of wonderful gifts from around the world.  GlobeIn is trying to get 1000 subscribers and by clicking on this link you can get $20.00 off a 3 or 6 month subscription. 

I have subscribed for 2 months and wonder why I didn't do it when I first found out about this company.   It is so much fun finding out what is packed in each box and where each article is from.

What is GlobeIn you ask? - "It’s our passion to discover extraordinary finds from all over the globe and share them with you. Our marketplace features thousands of handmade and Fair Trade products sourced from direct relationships with artisans as well as vetted partner organizations. From Mexican palm leaf woven baskets to Moroccan sequined handbags to hand-sewn Indian quilts, each item is unique and has a story worth sharing."

Everything from each Artisan Box is packed in a Palm Leaf Basket.  These will be perfect to pack treasures in or even use to for gift giving.   Along with all the treasures there is a pamphlet with where each item is from, who makes it and how it is made... A story about each product.

So far I have used the coffee that came in the World Kitchen basket  that was so delicious.  I love the Pink Salt and I know I will be buying more of this soon (hopefully they still have some when I ready to buy more).  You can also purchase many of the items separately as long as they aren't sold out. The I had a hard time not to eat the Cacoa Nibs and I don't like dark chocolate ... so you can tell how good they taste.  Along with the food products there was a mini tangine from Tunisia that is used to serve sauces or keep spices and in the Sustain basket was a Coconut Bowl from Vietnam that I was upset to see was sold out.

You may have noticed the Handwoven Kitchen towel in some of my pictures.  This towel is much too beautiful to use to dry dishes.. I will be hanging it in my kitchen as a decoration.

So far this company has been very good.  With the first box, I received and email asking if the Mini Tangine was broken on arrival to let them know and that they would replace it.  Mine came unbroken but I thought it was great that they let us know that if they were broken, GlobeIn would replace them. I also had a problem with the second box as it never arrived due to USPS.  After waiting a week they emailed me to let me know that they were resending the box.   I am impressed with the company.

I know I can't wait to get this month's box..
 and find out the treasures I will receive.  
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