The box contained a hand-written note, which was a nice touch. (It IS the Be Nice Box, after all.)
This "map" travels throughout the month of June, and provides guidelines on how to use the items that the box contains to help others.
2. Sugar books from Leafcutter Designs. I had never heard of sugar books before receiving them in my Be Nice Box.
BTW, the Leafcutter Designs website has all kinds of cute stuff on it, so be sure to check it out.
Kindly Coffee. This package of coffee is just large enough to brew a pot of caffeinated happiness for a friend or coworker.
This is the first Be Nice Box that I received, and I had no idea what to expect when I subscribed. I was pleasantly surprised by what showed up at my door. I loved getting a personal note from the box's makers, and thought that the projects included in the box were intriguing. As I've learned more about various subscription boxes through this blog, I find that I'm gravitating away from big-company boxes and becoming more interested in "mom-and-pop" boxes that are curated and packaged by the people who actually started them. I enjoyed the items that I received in the Be Nice Box this month, and can't wait to see what next month brings!
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