Fruit For Thought – February 2017 Review, Coupon & March Spoilers

Chocolate Covered Strawberries and Champagne! - Subscription Box Reviews!

Fruit For Thought
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Fruit For Thought is a monthly lifestyle subscription that sends fruit and vegetable themed goodies sourced mainly from artisans and small businesses. - Subscription Box Reviews!

The theme this month – Chocolate Covered Strawberries & Champagne – is perfect for Valentine’s Day. - Subscription Box Reviews!

The Bath Candy Shop ~ Chocolate Covered Strawberry Donut Bath Bomb ~ $5.00

This darling bath bomb is a Fruit For Thought exclusive! It smells so good, and I love that Farrah, The Girl Boss behind The Bath Candy Shop, uses natural ingredients including coconut oil for a much-needed skin moisturizer. - Subscription Box Reviews!

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Shop XO Marshmallow ~ Champagne Handmade Marshmallows (set of 12) ~ $7.95

These are the prettiest marshmallows ever . . . they are handmade with gold flecks AND champagne. - Subscription Box Reviews!

I am totally busting these out at our Oscars Party. Amazing. - Subscription Box Reviews!

Every time I open Fruit For Thought, I am struck by the attention to detail. There’s always beautiful ribbons, hand-wrapped gifts and wonderful presentation. - Subscription Box Reviews!

Contempo Jewelry ~ Wire Wrapped Pearl Studs ~ $14.00

I absolutely love these little natural pearl earrings that were all wrapped up in that cute fruit paper! They are wonderful to dress up or down and match nearly everything I own. They are delicate but still noticeable, comfortable and I want to buy some for my mom, daughters, nieces, friends . . . - Subscription Box Reviews!

This is a photo I nabbed from Contempo Jewelry’s Etsy Shop. They also make pretty wire earrings of cats and hearts. I want them all. - Subscription Box Reviews!

Lindor Truffles are my nine-year-old’s favorite candy ever! These were gone as soon as the photo was taken. Side note: My daughter has a sixth sense for the arrival of Fruit For Thought, her personal favorite box. - Subscription Box Reviews!

Nature’s Bounty Greeting Cards ~ Yum Card ~ $3.50

I love how Fruit For Thought always includes cards, and this one is darling. - Subscription Box Reviews!

This company has such a wonderful business model:

Nature’s Bounty is a unique concept in greeting cards that celebrate local farmers and the beauty of the food and flowers they produce. Each card features photographs of gorgeous vegetables, fruits, and flowers locally grown, paired with an inspirational message, and highlighted by a photograph of the actual farmer right on the back. In addition, Nature’s Bounty has teamed up with the St. Louis Area Foodbank and supports their efforts to end hunger with a donation of 10% of the profits from each card sold. - Subscription Box Reviews!

Dawns Divine Naturals ~ Champagne Bubble Bath ~ $8.99

This is the most fabulous bubble bath ever. It sparkles AND it smells like strawberry champagne. For some reason the beautiful sparkly mica didn’t show up in my photo, butit is gorgeous. - Subscription Box Reviews!

Zero Guilt Sweets ~ Hot Cocoa Spoons ~ $5.00

These hot chocolate spoons were a major hit with my little chocolate lover! - Subscription Box Reviews!

These would be a wonderful neighbor gift at Christmas time or perfect for entertaining any time. - Subscription Box Reviews! - Subscription Box Reviews! - Subscription Box Reviews!

I’ve already been asked if we can order some more, so good thing I’ve got this coupon. - Subscription Box Reviews!

I think February’s theme was perfect for Valentine’s Day. I love how every item came from artisans with Etsy shops. Fruit For Thought would make a wonderful Valentine gift, because it is full of interesting, usable items from small businesses, and it is always wrapped beautifully! February’s box is sold out, BUT we have March spoilers, and they look amazing . . . - Subscription Box Reviews!

March theme is Apple Pie A La Mode

Now taking orders for our March box which will ship the 3rd week of March!

We are excited to announce March’s Fruit For Thought gift theme. You will receive artisan gifts with apple, cinnamon and vanilla scents, flavors and colors including a huge container of Three Sisters Apothecary Gravenstein Apple Clove Bath Salt Soak and Green Daffodil’s Crisp Apple Candle. When you open the box, it will smell like we sent you an apple pie!

If you are interested in March’s box, use code CRATEJOY20 to save 20% on your first box HERE. Just an FYI: these boxes have been selling out pretty quickly the last couple months.

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I live in Utah with my carnivorous husband, three swell daughters, and two semi-trained dogs at the base of some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. Sometimes I write for money, but usually I just play Candy Crush.

I am a vegan, homeschooling mom who might be a tad obsessed with subscription boxes. My infatuation is evidenced by my uncanny ability to recognize the sound of my mail carrier’s truck engine. I’d like to say don’t judge me, but if I were you, I’d judge me. I love vegan/eco-friendly, literary and thoughtfully curated boxes. - Subscription Box Reviews!
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