Sunday, December 27, 2015

Faithbox December 2015 Review


This is my second review for Faithbox and you can check out my other review at http://www.missysproductreviews.com/2015/12/faithbox-november-2015.html

Everyday Faith December 2015 theme is Giving. We all know what is coming this month, Christmas! That’s why we’ve chosen the theme of Giving for this box. 

Everything inside including the products and the cards revolves around this theme.  The booklet is a daily devotional for reflection and prayer.

Metal Tree Ornament: this metal tree ornament is based on being anchored in Hope to hang on your Christmas tree.

Peppermint Vanilla Gourmet Mints from Project Seven: We are a specialty gum and mint brand dedicated to bringing great flavor back into every day of your week while at the same time giving back to 7 areas of need. Our products are sugar free and proudly made in America. These come in a re-sealable bag to carry anywhere.


2 Giving Gift Cards: The Giving Gift Cards are worth $10.00 for World Help you just go to the website at www.worldhelp.net/faithbox and apply the code at checkout to save on any non merchandise item.

Mitscoots The Courtney Women’s Christmas Tree: Named for an amazing woman that lights up every room she's ever walked into. It's beyond amazing to experience the endless kindness and passion she has for those in need and we hope everyone has a chance to spend a little time with her in their lifetime. As sweet as southern tea, we are all lucky to have her as part of our giving community. This style is for Courtney. Bright and Bold; The Mitscoots digital block pattern is another form of our "Pattern of Giving". Crafted with our signature arch support, seamless toe construction, color and style, this sock is where it's at for showing that you know what it means to do more with your socks.

My Opinion: This a box that has some great items for the theme giving as that what makes a person feel go being able to give to someone else. I love the socks they are so cute and warm. The mints will go in a Christmas stocking to give someone along with the giving cards to make a difference.
To see more visit http://faithbox.com/

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.


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