Festy Box is a subscription box that sends quality festival accessories, apparel, and exclusive artwork to your door every month.
Each box will feature a different artist, as well as a new theme. Items can include collectible pins, jewelry, stickers, t-shirts, snacks, and more. Discover new artists and experience a “festival in a box”.
Subscriptions start at $10/month (plus $3 shipping) for a pin & sticker pack, and up to $35/month (plus $5 shipping) for 3 pins, stickers, and large “festival goodies”.
Let’s see what’s in the August 2015 Festy Box!
A peek inside.
August’s Festy Box featured artwork by Colorado-based painter Drake Arnold. It also included a few items to help you relax and recharge.
Pins – Two high-quality collectible pins featuring Arnold’s designs were included. So colorful!
Another Pin – A third (quite heavy) pin featured… a screaming gorilla? I think that’s what he is anyway.
Stickers – The sticker pack included two Festy Box stickers and four that featured the same designs as the pins above.
Huge Microfiber Towel – I apologize for the crappy photo and the fact that my feet are in it, but I didn’t know any other way of accurately showing the size of the towel. — This thing is HUGE. It could easily cover an entire full-length door. It’s made of a super soft microfiber material and features more artwork from Drake Arnold.
Prints – Here’s a better look at the artwork on the towel. Both of the pieces above were printed on thick cardstock and measured roughly 8 x 6 inches.
Bear Claw Back Scratcher – This handy back scratcher has a telescopic extension to ensure that you can scratch any itch that happens to pop up. I mean, you can’t truly relax if you’ve got an itch to scratch, right?
Yogi Tea – Once your itches have been properly dealt with, you can unwind some more with a cup of hot Yogi tea. Samples of both Kava Stress Relief and Bedtime were included.
Festy Box is clearly an ideal subscription for anyone who enjoys music festivals, art, and everything relating to that whole “scene”. I could totally see college kids decorating their dorms with the artwork included in this month’s box. Since so many of the items were exclusive to Festy Box, I wasn’t able to do a cost breakdown… However, I’d say it’s a pretty good value, considering the collectible nature of the pins and art itself.Browse more Lifestyle Boxes in my Subscription Box Directory
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
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