House of Wonderland sent me the March box from their HOW Jewellery Club subscription service. The HOW Jewellery Club March Box* (£19 for one month or £50 for three months) is a monthly subscription box that contains a selection of House of Wonderland jewellery as well as other cute lifestyle goodies from independent brands and makers.
They all follow a theme and March’s is ’50s diner. In the box there’s a make your own burger and ice-cream garland, and monochrome postcard print, a burger cross-stitch pattern from the Geeky Stitching Company, a vintage-inspired diner sign magnet, a record charm necklace, a Troll mini burger candy, a pizza charm bracelet, a fabulous badge, a retro sticker set and a red hair bow from Miss Cherry Bakewell.
Probably my favourite thing in the box is a huge felt red bow hair clip from Miss Cherry Bakewell. I think this will look really cute during the summer and the winter. You can tell that a lot of thought and care has gone into putting this box together. Not everything is to my personal taste, but it’s definitely a great selection that is more than worth the cost of the box. They also included a tiny hint to the theme of April’s box, but I’m not going to spoil it for you as it’s quite an obvious one!
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