I ordered my Strange Planet Subscription Box via CultureFly. CultureFly is like Cratejoy but they focus on subscription boxes dedicated to pop culture. Strange Planet is a cartoon created by Nathan W. Pyle, who’s had multiple books on the New York Time’s Best Selling List. After following Nathan’s Strange Planet cartoons on Facebook, I became obsessed with his alien creatures and their shenanigans. Which is why I couldn’t resist subscribing to this wonderful box!
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About the Strange Planet Subscription Box
The Strange Planet Subscription Box is a quarterly box, meaning that you get one every season. My first box, ordered a week ago, came today and was full of winter goodies. Unlike the picture above suggests, the contents are not a mystery. I could see them before I subscribed to the box and I was not disappointed. The box costs $39 per box if you pay as you go every quarter, or $35 per box if you pay in advance for the year.
Inside the Winter Box
Every box has a piece of apparel, an accessory, a collectible, some stationary, a homeware item, and some home decor. My box had a sweater, a hat, a scarf, a figure, washi tape, gift wrapping paper, a canvas art print and two post cards that looked like the cute box! I wasn’t sure if I’d want a year’s worth of boxes but now I’m kicking myself for not paying for the year upfront. I love everything in my box and can’t wait to use, wear and enjoy it.
Unboxing the Strange Planet Subscription Box
Here are all the things in my box! The box itself came sealed in a thin layer of plastic to keep it safe from the elements.
The Strange Planet Subscription Box is one of a few quarterly subscriptions in my life. I love both CAUSEBOX and FabFitFun, but this has by far brought me the most joy. And since Marie Kondo is the queen of organizing, that means that I should never unsubscribe. That’s how it works, right? Anyway, I am super excited about all these products and I’m even more excited to see what Spring, Summer and Fall have to offer. Heck, I may even keep it going for another year (or five). Thank you CultureFly and Nathan W. Pyle for this wonderful creation.
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