Treasure Pack Review – November 2013

Treasure Pack Review - November 2013

Treasure Pack, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a jewelry subscription box that will send you 15 unique and handpicked jewelry products, shipped directly from the manufacturer.

Cost: $14.99 - Ships worldwide.

This is the November box. It took quite awhile to get to me, but that’s to be expected since it was shipped in the middle of December. When it arrived I had no idea what it was. The box is very small, but it had a ton of stuff inside. Let’s check it out.

I decided not to take photos of each individual piece, because then you be here all day, so I grouped them into categories.

Necklaces

I really like some of these pieces! The black triangle and gold and crystal heart-shaped one are my favourites.

Treasure Pack Review - Necklaces

Treasure Pack Review - Necklaces

Earrings

How cute are these earrings?! The purple bunny shaped ones are adorable!

Treasure Pack Review - Earrings

Hair Accessories

I wouldn’t use these in my hair, but that doesn’t mean that someone else wouldn’t love them.

Treasure Pack Review - Hair Accessories

Rings

I’m not big on rings either, but these are cute!

Rings

I couldn’t believe how many items were in the box! In total there is 21 pieces. It was a lot of fun to open. You can’t go wrong with this price either. This jewelry, as you can imagine isn’t the best quality, but certainly isn’t the worst. I think Treasure Pack would make a great gift for any young girl or anyone who just generally likes to collect accessories or jewelry of this type. If you’d like to subscribe or find out more, please visit them here.

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  • Cori

    Really cute. My only concern before giving them to a little girl in your life would be to make sure to check to see if they contain lead or not. Alot of inexpensive jewelry does. You can do a quick check by gently rubbing a the item on a piece of white paper, if it leave a mark like pencil lead, it likely contains lead and will be absorbed through the skin.

    • Thanks for the tip! You’re absolutely right, best to check to see if it does contain lead.

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