I’ve got another exciting Prairie Pizzazz box to share with you. I love blogging about these boxes as everything is so pretty and colourful, it’s so fun to take all the photos!
If you’ve been reading my blog a while, you’ve probably seen the other Pizzazz boxes I’ve reviewed – if not, you can find them here. They have done everything from an enchanted theme, a Christmas edition, a luau party theme and even mystery bags… but one thing remains the same, they are always adorable! I really like how creative Prairie Charms are with their products and box themes.
This box not only celebrates the coming of spring, but also Prairie Charms first birthday! It’s amazing to think they have only been going for a year, it feels like much longer. I’ve been buying from them from the very beginning, and love their ethics as a company (you can find out more about their charity donations here).
Above: cute little silver bracelet, which I thought was star-shaped but it’s actually based on the shape of an Ianthe flower. They gave us a choice of sizes too, to make sure everyone got one that fit them. That’s typical of Prairie Charms – they always go out of their way to customise the boxes to people’s own taste or size.
Heart -shaped, steampunk style silver plated necklace. Pink and white floral vintage-style hair wrap; I love these as I really like wearing them. They’re kind of fifties style and also keep your hair off your face!
Pukka teas – Cleanse (nettle, fennel and peppermint) and Womankind (cranberry, rose and sweet vanilla).
Above: lavender & chamomile scented wax melts (to be used in wax melt burners). Baby blue and pink floral hair bow (Prairie Charms’ signature style is hair bows – it’s what first attracted me to them and something they have become known for!)
Above: pretty paper straws with floral pattern, and peach and gold striped pattern.
Daisy polka dot navy and white hair scrunchie with bow. This is the only thing in the whole box that I’m not sure I would use. I don’t wear scrunchies (I’m not sure anyone does anymore? But I could be wrong, maybe they’re back in fashion! Let me know).
Pack of three stretchy knot tie hair bands – I love these, I already have loads and wear them lots around the house. As I’m stuck in bed a lot, these keep the hair out of my eyes but don’t dig into my head whilst I’m lying down as they’re so soft.
Carpe Diem quote postcard – this is another item we had a choice over. They were all the same print but we could choose different colours for the splash pattern. Each card is hand watercoloured, which is so cool! I’m in the middle of collecting loads of cute cards and prints to frame in a big collection on my wall, so this is perfect for me!
This box cost £15 plus postage, which is an absolute bargain considering how much it contains and the quality and personalisation of everything! If you want to check them out (they also have an online shop), you can find them here.
What do you think of this box? Have you ever tried anything from Prairie Charms? Are scrunchies back in fashion? Let me know in the comments!
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