Anyone who's read my blog or seen my social media will know I have a huge love for Prairie Charms, they are by far one of the best brands out there, not only in terms of products but their customer service is amazing. So, when they asked me to work with them and a group of bloggers on their next Prairie Pizzazz box I knew I was singing up to something special.
The winter Prairie Pizzazz box has a winter theme to it and features products designed by groups of bloggers. Prairie split us up into groups based on what our style was and encouraged us to discuss our visions for a product. I was placed in Team Feminine and after emailing back and forth we finally had a finished design. The whole team was super keen on creating a necklace so we scoured Pinterest in search for inspiration, eventually we all fell in love with the idea of a snow globe necklace, something simple with a slight Christmas theme yet suitable for the whole year. I love how the final product came out, and Prairie decided to create it in a range of colours to tailor everyone's needs - yet another example of their great customer service.
The first thing I actually noticed in the box was this beautiful headband, and the little story that came with it was so special. The gorgeous gold and red reminds me of one of my favourite movies - Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas - making this the perfect Christmas accessory, I'm certainly going to be saving it for next year!
The Snowy Moutain set is defintiley the epitome of Winter, featuring a gorgeous tartan bow and a hot chocolate set consisting of chocolate coins, mints, a cocoa filled star bauble and ski pole marshmallows. I decided to put the kit to good use last week with a Disney duvet day, something that was crucial during the horrible winter storm we are facing!
There was also a gorgeous pamper pack featuring a fluffy eye mask, velvet hair band and a Freankincense facial serum - which smells divine! Another cute addition to this box was a set of 3 wax melts, unfortunately I still haven't got my hands on a wax melter and so haven't been able to use them yet, but I'm certainly looking forward to it!
There was also some cute stationery bits and bobs, including a personalised notebook as well as Christmas cards and tags which I have put away for this year! This has definitely been my favourite pizzazz box yet, the mixture of different products and styles made this one the most interesting, and knowing that each item was designed by a group of bloggers makes it even more special!
Like what you see? Prairie Charms are offering you £5 off your first box - the next box will have a spring theme - by simply tweeting:
'@Prairie_Charms I would like to sign up for the Prairie Pizzazz via @BeccaHeppolette #pizzazzsignmeup'