I recently contacted the Kawaii Box team and applied to be the reviewer of the month and happily they agreed and sent me my own box of goodies to show you.
|How pretty is this packaging!?|
The boxes are shipped straight from Singapore and mine only took nine days to reach me here in the UK (from shipping notice to delivery). There are a few different subscription options to choose from including a one off box, three month, six month and twelve month subscriptions and the shipping is free so you only pay for the box or boxes you receive! You can find all the options and prices here.
|Just as pretty inside too!|
Inside the box everything is wrapped in a piece of tissue paper and there is a thank you card which lists all the products.
Look at it all! It's too, too cute! Some of the pieces were wrapped in their own clear packaging so I have opened them up to show you properly.
|All the stationery pieces|
There were quite a few stationery bits in the July box, lucky me! I think the pencils are very pretty and who doesn't love a bit of glitter glue and sparkly things? The eraser is sweet, I love Rilakkuma so the sticky note book is brilliant and I haven't brought any new sticker flakes in a while so it will be nice to use these ones.
|Sweets and more|
I also got a bag of Kracie DIY chain candy, the most adorable alpaca keychain, a mini plush mushroom, pretty pastel bracelet, kawaii toast coaster and a squishy doughnut mirror. I have to admit, I wasn't sure what the toast shaped coaster was at first. I thought it was cute but I had to look on the thank you card to see what it was for!
|Rilakkuma sticky notes book|
This is the Rilakkuma book folded out so you can see all of the sticky notes inside it. I think I will smile each time I use one!
|Flake seal stickers|
Here is a selection of the sticker flakes, aren't they fun?
|Soda and grape flavour candy|
It's not every day you try a Japanese candy and find it's shaped like your initials, the pieces look like A's and C's to me! You can link the sweets together to make your own candy bracelet or just eat them, whichever is more fun for you. They kind of taste like fruity gum and it was nice to try something new.
This is everything all together, each Kawaii Box contains between ten and twelve items. I got eleven in mine and I think it was a fab selection. I am struggling to pick a favourite item because I love quite a few of them!
|Arty desk shot|
notebook not included
So what did you think of the Kawaii Box? If you loved it make sure you check back here next week as the lovely people at Kawaii Box have given me a box to give away to one lucky reader!