Juneberry October 2016

Juneberry is a bi-monthly Canadian subscription box, each having 4-5 different lifestyle items.The cost is $28.50CAD every two months, and they have free shipping to Canada and the United States. You can also pre-pay for 3 or 6 months which lowers the price. Since prices are in CAD, it’s even cheaper for all you American friends reading this! There is also a shop where you can purchase items from past boxes. They will also send you a link before your box ships where you can add on select items for half price! There have been some cute options showing up at that time. There is also a coupon code at the end for new subscribers, so make sure you read all the way through!

Things happened and apparently, I have no first look for you this time around! This months theme was “Wilderness”. I was excited to see what items they would pick to represent that, this box always does the best job of following a theme!

The Goods


Organic Nature Soaps–This item confuses me a bit. To me, soap does not equal wilderness, yet this soap feels like it does. I’m not sure if it’s because of how it looks or because it’s called “nature soap” but I actually really like this as part of the theme. Plus they smell great! I’m not one to use bar soap but I might just be changing that for this.


Artisanal Bark Pencils–How neat are these? Bark is pretty much the epitome of wilderness so this is perfect. It’s a unique item and I like that there are two included. I really don’t use pencils so I will likely give these to Ian. He sometimes uses them when he’s drafting out a plan for something to build and I think he will appreciate this!


Golden Antler Necklace

Branch Hair Pin

Antlers and a branch, once again some items that are full-blown wilderness. Antlers are great to include this time of year too because they also have a festive feel to that. I have no idea how I would style my hair with a pin in it, but I might have to play around a bit. It is really cute!

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Wall Butterfly Decor–These came with some white sticky things that you could use to attach them to your wall, though I’m not entirely sure what the purpose of the safety pin is. I guess you could pin these to your curtains or something? I’m not totally sure what to do with these, but I love how bright these are. Plus, there are definitely a ton of butterflies out in the wilderness!

Final Thoughts


Regardless of whether or not I like the box, Juneberry is always fun to open. They have fun and creative ways of following a theme and always do a great job. There isn’t one thing in this that deviated from the “Wilderness” theme. I’m not sure what to do with the butterflies, but other than that I can see everything getting used by either Ian or me! Definitely a win this month.

If you like the looks of this box you can subscribe here! Make sure you use code “AF007XJBP” when you sign up to save 5% and get a free gift! You can change the currency option when subscribing if you are in the US so you know exactly what your cost will be.