My Texas Market Box

This little box packs a punch!
This little box packs a punch!

A colleague shared how much she has enjoyed a subscription to a monthly surprise box service (along the lines of Birchbox).  My Texas Market Box has a theme each month, and all products are from TEXAS!    What is not to love?!?

The boxes are packaged so nicely...very Texan!
The boxes are packaged so nicely…very Texan!

You can find them at mytexasmarket.com.  There is a subscription service for one month, three months, or six months.  It renews automatically, unless you alter the subscription through your account.  They also offer some really cool individual items that you can purchase.  I just purchased a lavender mosquito repellant (I am a mosquito magnet), the February box, peach tea, and raw honey.  I couldn’t wait for them to arrive!  I have been enjoying everything I purchased.

The April goodies were based on the theme of blackberries and bluebonnets.
The April goodies were based on the theme of blackberries and bluebonnets.

The March box was based on the theme of bees.  It included all sorts of goodies including a card with facts about bees.  Each monthly box contains 4-6 items, all of which are made in the Lone Star state.  Items from Texas artisans are featured in order to expose them to those subscribing to the box.  What a great way to encourage mom and pop businesses, plus find some really great products.

This cute little box contained the product made in Sulphur Springs.
This cute little box contained the product made in Sulphur Springs.

Sadly, I did not get signed up in time to get a bee themed box, but I did receive the April box.  My colleague received her box a day before mine arrived.  She did tell me there was something from Sulphur Springs included, but she wouldn’t tell me what it is.  So, glad my box arrived, because the suspense was getting to me (it is the Texas Bluebonnet Garden Kit from Nature Favors).

Loving the Lone Star with My Texas Market Box!

This clay contains seeds for bluebonnets! How fun.
This Texas shaped dirt/clay contains seeds for bluebonnets! How fun.

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