The April My Little Box arrived on the same day as my Baker Days cake (if you haven’t entered my giveaway yet, enter here!) so I had double presents to open. My rather stressful day was soon forgotten as I tore open the outer packaging and lifted the lid.
Read on to find out what’s inside…
I always avoid spoilers for the contents of the box as the surprise is half the fun of it for me. I hadn’t even seen the theme for this box which was revealed as ‘dreams’ from the whimsical illustration on the box.
If you’ve read my previous posts, you’ll probably know that I get almost as excited at the packaging as I do for the items themselves. My Little Box seem to just get better and better at this and I think the packaging for this one is my favourite yet. Packets and prints are shaped like clouds and tied with pretty ribbon bows and trim and everything has a lovely sensory touch and feel. I love the interactive nature of it all as nothing is revealed straight away. The further you delve into the box there more you uncover!
I was cooing as I opened the April box. Cooing I tell you (N can testify to this!).
The first item is a padded cloud shaped packet secured with string. Opening this reveals a charm necklace created by Delphine Pariente called “Bonne Etoile” (Lucky Star). I wasn’t keen on the cord that it comes with, which I think cheapens it a bit (sorry Delphine!) but I do love the pendant, so my plan is to wear it with a dainty chain instead.
The second item is a repairing hair mask for dry and damaged hair.
Nestling under the beauty bag was another package.
My Little Box is a monthly subscription costing £14.95 per month including postage and packing. For more information go to www.mylittlebox.co.uk.
This is not a paid or sponsored review, I buy the box each month. All views expressed are my own and as always, if I didn’t love it, I wouldn’t say so!