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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

GlobeIn Artisan Box Giveaway

GlobeIn. The world is now open!
If you ever watched National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation movie, Clark freaked out a bit after learning of his annual bonus being a membership to the Jelly of the Month Club. Nowadays, there are all kinds of these of the Month Club subscriptions. GlobeIn is one such service. Instead of food though, they offer rare artisan wares from remote regions of the globe.
Enter to win the GlobeIn Box Subscription Giveaway. Ends 1/8/14.
The subscription service runs $29.99 / month, which includes shipping, and is the perfect Christmas gift for that hard to please someone.
Select one of the collection themes.

When you subscribe, you pick the theme of the box you are after, and GlobeIn will then source products for you from regional artists. Each box will include up to three items. And, along with each item, you get the story of the artisan and a thank you card.
Please select types of Artisan items that you like.
Besides the subscription box service, you can also explore the wares of the different Artisans directly. To help you narrow down the search to what most interests you, pick the appropriate Artisan items you like from a presented set. You also pick continents you want to visit so that the wares from Artisans local to those regions are highlighted first.

When I used to travel more frequently with the job, I always hunted out local wares as souvenirs. They provided a unique reminder of the trip that a pair of mouse ears or a t-shirt just can't do. With GlobeIn, they provide a similar experience but without you having to travel there. I really like the idea, and look forward to receiving an item from one of their artisans.

And, now for the giveaway for you. Our sponsor GlobeIn is offering here a three month trial subscription to the GlobeIn Box Service. That's a $90 value. You have until 11:59 pm EST on 1/8/14 to enter to win and the giveaway is open to Continental US residents who are 18+. Best of luck.

Email addresses of entrants will be submitted to the sponsor.



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21 comments:

  1. Wow! What a cool prize. Thank you for the chance to win. I think the Felt Shyrdak Rugs look promising. They are beautiful, and unique.

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  2. I love the the Craftworks Cambodia Bracelets! So pretty!

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  3. Silver Jewelry Set - Earrings and Ring with Lapis Lazuli - See more at: http://globein.com/browse/jewelry/jewelry-sets#sthash.PKWcn4wK.dpuf

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  4. Love the bracelets! Lilhottemomma@yahoo.com

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  5. Two sided Bag from Kyrgyzstan is something I could use now, and is made from organic cotton.

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  6. I really like the Handmade Carpet from Pure Natural Wool by Damodar Divkar. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

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  7. Lately I've been really interested in felted items and learning how to do it so the felted things especially the felted animals and bags are the things that I'm most interested in,....I saw some beautiful jewelry and weavings so though among other things....I love handmade things and would love to win this sub box as I know I would really enjoy it!

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  8. I love the Handmade Felt Doll "Mother with the Children".

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  9. I like the "Blue Suns" - Hand made Silver Wire Wrapped Earrings from Tajikistan: http://globein.com/item/blue-suns-hand-made-silver-wire-wrapped-earrings-tajikistan-0

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  10. I really liked the handmade rugs that they had. Fingers are crossed that I win,

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  11. I like the Hand carved wooden heart necklace by Maricela Tenorio Flores

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  12. I really appreciate Andrey Kile's woodworking creations, especially his handmade wooden mask.

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  13. Blue Suns" - Hand made Silver Wire Wrapped Earrings from Tajikistan

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  14. I love the Elegant Tajik silver earrings.

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  15. What a great site with such beautiful art! My breath was taking away by Beautiful Hand Embroidered Pictures by Lidia Prepelita.

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